In this article, I will cover the basics of using a Motion Camera in Cinema 4D. To start off, you must have an object that can track and be animated with ease. The best way to do so is through v-rays’ Arnold renderer because it has built-in motion blur effects which make intuitive sense when combining them together! In addition there are numerous prebuilt cameras available from their library or downloadable via marketplace website “Cinema4d Market.” These three components work well for creating expressive shots without having any experience working directly on 3ds Max itself – but don’t worry if all these seem too complicated: we’re here every step ough)!
This is by no means a be all and end of of the motion camera but it should at least get you started playing with it
It’s a great idea to use the camera motion tag in C4D for adding some dramatic, shakey footage.
Camera Motion is a new tool in Cinema 4D r14 that allows you to create dynamic camera animations easily. You can morph between multiple cameras and animate smooth transitions or generate path-style motion with hand held or shoulder mounted cameras, combining spring dampening dynamics for realistic movement!
If you want to learn more about motion cameras in Cinema 4D, then check out the tutorial over at Rory’s Rate My Funeral Site. He has some great tips and tutorials that will help with everything from Rigid Body Simulation (RBS)to composite shots!