Need a simple text animation tip.

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  03 March 2013
Here a little quick scene in which I use an inheritance effector to drive a Motext. If there's a way to do the same thing with Plain effector, please enlight me!

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  03 March 2013
Originally Posted by earwax69: Hey maya junky, would you care posting a scene where you use multiple plain effector to drive a a text sequence animation? (nothing fancy) I would really like to decorticate it. I start to be confortable using Mograph but I'm far from a master.

Thanks Troyan, why would you need Zblur to create a depth map? Is it not easy in C4D just by using a depth pass in th render settings?

I forget why I originally switched years ago, I think it had something to do with transparency and reflections, but the latest incarnation of Zblur 2 does a much better job with edges and is multiprocessor aware. I'll see if I can't get Chris Montesano to chime in and talk about it.
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  03 March 2013
Thanks Troyan! Yeah transparency is a bitch for post-pro DoF.
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  03 March 2013
BTW - It may be intentional, but in your test screen shots, the word 'Fabulous' is misspelled.
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  03 March 2013
Ha yes, it's Mister Faboulos, a big fat greek man. But he is very fabulous.
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  03 March 2013
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