Final Product What You'll Be Creating
Using audio in Cinema 4D to drive animations can be a powerful tool, but it can be difficult finding the same power of Trapcode Soundkeys. In this tutorial, we will look at a workflow to generate keyframes in After Effects using Trapcode Soundkeys and export them to Cinema 4D to drive the animation of text only using the core features found in the Prime version of Cinema 4D.
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