There’s an effect I’m trying to pull off that’s a bit difficult to describe, but I’ll try.
You’re in a room (static scene). There is a picture frame on the wall. In the picture frame is a camera moving through a twisting tunnel (already worked out separately). Camera in the room moves toward the moving tunnel picture until it is perfectly framed, and we are now inside the tunnel.
If I did the two scenes separately, it would be exactly what corner pinning in AE is used for.
I’m having trouble figuring out how to do it in c4d, though. I can pin it in the same sense that I camera morph from the scene in the static room to a close up that perfectly frames the picture, but the issue is that the scene inside is already moving, and in a different space, so not sure how I could project the scene from the one scene into the frame of the second.
In a sense, it’s more like a portal from one xyz space into a complely separate xyz space.
Any ideas on how to achieve this? Do I somehow take the image from the moving camera and project it onto a plane that sits within the picture frame? Can this even be done without separate scenes being composited?