The Compositing Tag

Learn how to use the Compositing Tag and Exclusion option inside Cinema 4D to control the visibility of objects and reflections in your scene.

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  1. Chris Holland
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    Thanks John. Nice Quick Tip. This program is huge and trying to learn it is very daunting. Little tips like this help a lot.

  2. VFX-Anomaly
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    JD,
    I had seen this before
    in a tutorial but the instructor blew past it so fast it didn’t stick in my head, You my friend
    made it a perfect Tip that I’ll remember now!

    Thank You

  3. jorberg
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    Nice tips! I’m trying to get into C4D! You were right about that clock…..I fooled around with it for a while by making another hand that was completely transparent, and putting them on the same timeline. Unfortunately, when I would change things, the scales would go CRAZY!

  4. Wilhelm
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    That seems REALLY useful, thanks a lot đŸ˜€

  5. John Stanowski
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    You Rock! This is great stuff! It’s so hard to find tips like this for C4D.

  6. ko maruyama
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    I remember this project! đŸ˜‰

  7. vjorchid
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    This tip is soooooo coool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    i just wanna say thanks you!

    • John Dickinson
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      Hi vjorchild, great to hear you found value in this tip. Best, John.

  8. Fabian
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    Thanks John for this tutorial. I was trying out some lightboxes to lighten up my sphere, but I couldn’t find out how to render it while still seeing the reflection of the lightboxes but without seeing the actual lightboxes themselves in the render. Now I can…. thanks a lot!

    • John Dickinson
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      That’s great to hear Fabian, thanks for the feedback. Best, John.

  9. ChrisP
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    Thank you for the tut, Loving C4D and there is so much to learn and people like you just make it that much easier to learn.

    • John Dickinson
      Reply

      Cool Chris, I’ll be posting some more C4D tips soon! Best, John.

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