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import 3D objects jsx

Community Beginner ,
Aug 04, 2021 Aug 04, 2021

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Hello friends,

 

i want to to import my jsx script in after effects wich i can do but i only have the plain then but not the solids. so i cant see my object that i did in blender in AE. can anybody help?

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Aug 04, 2021 Aug 04, 2021

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AE does not import any kind of 3D geometry natively. It seems you have a misunderstanding there. Whatever script you are using is likely simply meant to align the scenes after which you have to use Cineware or Element 3D to import the actual objects and place them in the scene where the script has created placeholder Nulls and solids. You may wish to go back and re-read the instructions for exact procedures. anything more would require better info, anyway, like how your scen is set up, what you are exporting and importing and so on.

 

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Aug 04, 2021 Aug 04, 2021

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i just managed to import my file into cinema 4 lite and create a .c4d file wich i can import into AE but to use my 3D object ther must be some setting. in the image below u can see what AE is telling me.. what does it mean? i have to change the settings in Cinema 4D ?

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Aug 04, 2021 Aug 04, 2021

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Steht eigentlich alles da, wie's gemeint ist. Die Größe der Ebene mus der Kompositionsgröße entsprechen. Also mal in C4D die Szenen- und Rendereinstellungen checken und mit der Kompositionsgröße in AE abgleichen oder umgekehrt.

 

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Ja hab ich gemacht. habe in beiden Programmen Größen der Komposition bzw in C4D Rendergröße angepasst. aber wo finde ich die standard transformations werte?

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Aug 04, 2021 Aug 04, 2021

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Die Objekte sollten halt nur alle Koordinaten für den Pivot auf Null gestzt haben. Mehr sollte da eigentlich nicht zu tun sein, aber vielleichtr hat der Export aus Blender irgendwas verrückt. Also einfach mal schauen, ob die Kamera nicht negative Koordinaten hat oder sowas oder dieselben unsinnig kleine oder große Werte enthalten bzw. ob der Szenenmaßstab nicht auf Parsec oder Nanometer eingestellt ist. Sollte immer m oder cm sein.

 

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Aug 05, 2021 Aug 05, 2021

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Ich kriegs leider einfach nicht hin. Auch eine c4d Datei aus dem Internet zeigt die gleiche Fehlermeldung.

Sollte das Importieren von D3 Objekten denn einfach möglich sein, oder muss man da wirklich noch viel einstellen dann, weil in C4D hab ich leider keine Kenntnisse.

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Aug 05, 2021 Aug 05, 2021

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Nein, natürlich sollte es einfach klappen ohne sich den Arm auszurenken. Vielleicht kannst du ja einfach mal ein paar Screenshots von den C4D Render- und Szenen-Einstellungen machen. Möglicherweise hängt's an irgendeinem dummen kleinen Häkchen, das irgendwo falsch gestellt ist.

 

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Aug 06, 2021 Aug 06, 2021

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Check the C4D layer's scale property in the composition.  It should be fixed to 100%, but if the expression has been disabled somehow, then AE cannot resolve the mismatch and brings up the warning, like this:

scaling error.PNG

That's me taking at guess at the german translation, but I think it's the same message.

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