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Cinema 4D Introduction

Media Training
Course summary
2 hours
375 GBP
London
Professional Training

Course description

Cinema 4D Introduction:

Two Day Course

OVERVIEW

This Maxon authorised two-day training course is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction, showing you how to use Cinema 4D, the industry standard 3D application, to create still images and animations for both TV and film.

During the course, you will learn to set up a project, understand Cinema 4D's interface, work within a 3D environment, model and render objects adding texture and lighting effects to them and create some basic animation sequences.

By the end of the course, the delegate will have the tools to create full 3D scenes and create finished output.

This course is designed for anyone who is new to Cinema 4D and wants to learn to create 3D stills and animations.

COURSE OUTLINE

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Outcome / Qualification etc.

Certificate of Attendance

Why choose Media Training

20+ years of experience

Average class size of 6

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About provider

Media Training

Media Training 

With 20 years of experience, we know training inside out. We can advise you on all the options to make sure you get the best possible course. We offer over 250 hands-on, instructor led courses covering design, coding, video, 3D...


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