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Video rendern

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Mar 02, 2023 Mar 02, 2023

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Habe ich das alles richtig Verstanden? Aus Substance 3D kann man aktuell eine Videos rendern. Bewegende Objekte und Kamerafahrten sind nicht möglich. Man kann lediglich Standbilder rendern. Sind solche Funktionen geplant und wenn ja, bis wann kann man damit rechnen? Die Frage stellt sich für uns aktuell, da wir entsprechende Arbeitsplätze in den nächsten Wochen ausstatten und entscheiden müssen welche 3D Software wir im Unternehmen einführen.?

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If you have an Adobe subscription, then you will be able to play with all the new features in 2.0 It's limited at this time, but works "ok" Future version will add keyframing and much more power.  If you need adavanced 3D options you are looking at the wrong program. You should be using Cinema 4D which is integrated in After Effects.  It will take time for Stager to do anything like this, as AE is going to incorporate 3D objects ( it is in beta right now ) and will be released very soon, which m

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If you have an Adobe subscription, then you will be able to play with all the new features in 2.0 It's limited at this time, but works "ok" Future version will add keyframing and much more power.  If you need adavanced 3D options you are looking at the wrong program. You should be using Cinema 4D which is integrated in After Effects.  It will take time for Stager to do anything like this, as AE is going to incorporate 3D objects ( it is in beta right now ) and will be released very soon, which means you will not need Stager.  Stager is program geared more to people who only need a little 3D here and there.  In your post you indicate "in the next few weeks" - so Stager is NOT an option for you at this point. Look at Cinema 4D.

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