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Keyframe Data

by Colin on February 22nd, 2011

I'm currently working on a Papervision project outside of work, and in doing so I found out the hard way that Cinema 4D doesn't export baked keyframe data to a collada (DAE). Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find a replacement collada exporter for Cinema 4D, but I did cope with a different way of exporting that keyframe data. I updated Lee Brimelow's Audio Exporter for CS5 use which you can download here. From there, throw that JSX file into your Adobe After Effects CS5/Scripts directory and you can export keyframe data by selecting the attribute you want to export (ie. Position), and voila, your newly generated text file will output the X/Y/Z values of the highlighted object.

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