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Old 03-06-2013, 03:37 AM   #1
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Bezier Warp Data On A Matte C4D To Ae - Is It Possible?


I'm trying to create a book animation with flipping pages in C4D but I would like to choose the content of the pages when I'm in After Effects. I know how to tag a matte for compositing and modify it in AE ( Like in this tutorial of GSG ). My issue is the pages will have some deformations during the animation, I would like to know if that's possible to export some extra Bezier Warp (AE filter) datas in order my solid match with the matte in After Effects?

I've already seen it in 3Dsmax but I don't know if that's doable in C4D.

Thanks for your help
Old 03-06-2013, 08:48 AM   #2
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Export a uv map and use either of these...

Never used youveelizer but remap works pretty well. It's not a one step process so expect to spend sometime working out a workflow for exporting and compositing that works for you.
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