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Cinema 4D Beginner's Guide by Jen Rizzo

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Time for action – compositing tags

Now that we've got an object that will work well for compositing, we'll need to add a couple of tags to let After Effects know how to interpret the scene.

  1. Select the screen object (not the television!). In the Objects Manager, navigate to Tags | CINEMA 4D Tags | Compositing, as shown in the following screenshot:
    Time for action – compositing tags
  2. In the Attributes Manager, select the Object Buffer tab, then click on the top checkbox to enable Buffer 1. You can choose any number you like, but make sure you remember it for the next step:
    Time for action – compositing tags
  3. Open your Render ...

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