How to Use the Shadow Catcher in Arnold for Cinema 4D

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In this 3D video tutorial, Joe shows you how you can use the Shadow Catcher feature in Arnold for Cinema 4D.

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In this tutorial Joe shows you how to:

  • Align the floor plane of your Cinema 4D scene with the floor plane of your backplate
  • Create an interactive preview so you can check your work as you go
  • Match the shadows to the backplate
Arnold, the 3D ray tracing rendering application, used by animators, studios and 3D artists the world over. Arnold has established its credible reputation in the industry over the last few years as an advanced ray tracing renderer, built for the demands of feature-length animation and visual effects.
Cinema 4D is 3D modelling, motion graphics and animation solution by MAXON. Cinema 4D is the ideal package for 3D artists who need quick, hassle-free results. With a mass of tools and features on offer, it’s easy to create show-stopping imagery and the application is renowned for its reliability – ideal for demanding, fast-paced 3D production.

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