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Joshua Catalano

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  1. I'm working on AE since 4 years, learning C4D since 1,5 year.
  2. Thanks for your feedback. I thought I could get harder critiques because I know that some people on the board can be quite harsh I'm happy that nobody told me that my stuff was too "GreyScaleGorillish".
  3. Hi I've made my first demoreel, I've tried to make it short as I could. I may have choosed the worst music ever for a demoreel, next time I will use a Justice track. Id be glad to hear your critiques. Cheers
  4. Thank you, in fact it wasn't necessary to bake the camera, I just had to select it. Pretty simple but now I know how to bake objects, nice.
  5. Hello, this is my first post here and I ask for help, i don't know if it's polite but I hope somebody will be able to help me. So I've made an animation in Cinema 4D with 2 cameras. I've made my render and I import my .aec file in AE (following this tutorial). Here is a screenshot of my cameras in AE : http://img153.imageshack.us/img153/1151/camerass.jpg As you can see I have only 2 keyframes on the second camera, that's my problem. I believe this issue come from the fact that the second camera is attached to a spline and has a target tag. I wish I could get all the keyframes of this camera movement, maybe there's a way to convert this "attach to spline stuff" to keyframes in AE. I hope you've understood my problem. Thank you
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