How would you love to rub 52 minutes of KeyShot exploding animated action all over your eyes? Yes? Well, you’re in for a treat as Brian Townsend follows up the previous session on creating exploded view animations in KeyShot with Part TWO. Here, Brian breaks down After Effects for you, nice and simple like, then shows you what can be done with rendered scenes from KeyShot. Hit it!
Exploded view animation in KeyShot
In this part Brian provides an overview of After Effects and brings the rendered frames in as a TIFF Sequence for some finishing work. He also discusses the benefit of rendering images in 32 bits and how to render out animated masks to add glow or change material colors without having to re-render animations.