Import video as camera raw by Jim Arco 9 years ago I have been able to gain some significant post-production improvements by converting video to an image sequence in Photoshop and then opening the sequence as camera raw in AE. In a few instances, I ha
Re: Import video as camera raw by Matt Bowmer 5 years ago Why not skip the AE step You can open the video in Photoshop, apply the Camera Raw Filter (Shift+Command+A), then export directly to ProRes for 10bit editing.
video texture render C4D by Jennifer Morehead 8 years ago Hey folks, I'm using videos as textures in my C4D project. everything works fine till i go to render. i have no lighting in the project yet. when i do a hardware render, the videos look fine. when i d
Re: video texture render C4D by Matt Bowmer 8 years ago Could be your colour profiles By default the renderer uses a linear workflow, but applies a display profile to the viewport and outputs files with an sRGB profile. Try changing your output profile in
Rendering question by Kevin Camin 8 years ago Take a game like 'Gears of War 3' which is HD and beautiful--how can my Xbox render in real time, but if I were to construct a frame of that game in C4D it would probably take hours Best regards, Kevi
Re: Rendering question by Matt Bowmer 8 years ago Two different principles. A game engine maps textures to polygons, plus a few optimised post effects. A lot of the detail is already baked into the textures - shading to mimic complex lighting or mate