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Old October 30th, 2006, 09:41 PM
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how to render with transparent background?

hi
i'm new to 3d
i wonder if i can render with transparent BG
what i do now is open dialog and give BG the color green and i color matte the clip in after effect which will place heavy jobs on some files
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Old October 31st, 2006, 04:08 AM
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hi,

if you want to compsit a clip including your 3D objects with a tranceparent bg you have to export to .png sequence then inport the sequence into after effects ... of if you want to you can couse green or blue or yellow for your bg in the 3D app and key it out in after effects and ad your own ...

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Old October 31st, 2006, 06:05 AM
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hi
thnx lot will do for sure
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Old November 3rd, 2006, 05:10 AM
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help with screenshot

have a little problem, its no use to make a new thread for it, so i ask it in this one.
I made a nice object with cinema but i need a sort of screenshot of it; so i can import the picture into photoshop and make a few adjustments. HOW is this possible? Is it something with rendering?
thanks -greetz-

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Old November 5th, 2006, 05:25 PM
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Hi soz missed your post ....

not shure what u mean but all artists in the industry that do a final scene render tend to put their pictures throuigh photoshop for fine tuneing / finishing .. usually just to desaturate the colours as 3d apps tend to over do the plastic look... or to add detail that the render failed to pick up ...

as for just a screen shot then it is prinscreen key on you keypad open pshop > new > paste > you screen in in a pic

hope I got it right what ur after

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Old November 8th, 2011, 02:38 PM
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Actually if you go to the render settings, and under file type, you have the option to render to Photoshop psd format. no need to use print screen or anything like that. You can even save it with layers to change colors.

If you wish for a transparent background, render it using a png file!

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You need to use a format that supports the alpha channel. The easiest and safest way to do that, I assume younger gonna composite your animation later, is to render to a sequence of frames, using PNG or Tiff, and then import the sequence in your NLE After Effects. AE recognizes image sequences as clips so the process is, no pun intended, completely transparent.

You could render to QT with a codec that supports alpha but you would complicate matters. Image sequences are your friends.

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Old August 23rd, 2012, 04:08 PM
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Cinema 4D Render with Alpha

You must choose Quick Time PNG 16+ millions of colors and check alpha channel

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