Cinema 4D is a popular tool for hobbyists, students, and professionals, due
to its user-friendly interface and ease of integration into additional pieces of
software. Users of other instances of design software such as Adobe Photoshop
or Adobe Illustrator will notice strong similarities in the default layout. This
chapter will serve as an introduction to Cinema's interface so that the tools
we refer to later on will be easier to find.
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Seventh, the idea of slicing a view with movements into small
dissections, each of a fraction of a second, combined with the idea that
when this would be shown the audience would see the movement
because of the persistence of vision, was important to cinema. The notion
of the persistence of vision is old, and was used in several of the visual
gadgets of the 19th
century, such as the Thaumatrope and the projection
of a cartoon. The idea to dissect a view, however, was newer, and started
with the photographs of Marey to capture the movement of...
The hot air produced by the projection lamphouses must always be extracted to the outside of the
building. This is not new and you have to be very careful regarding this exhaust air. The correct exhaust
of the hot air ensures a longer service life of your equipment as well as better ageing characteristics of
your lamps and an optimized functional capability of your installation.
You have to correctly calibrate the flow of the exhaust air in accordance with the lamp power (or the
max. lamp power allowed for the lamphouse - see...
The scientist Jean Marey completed the first working model of
a film camera in 1888 in Paris. That year, Edison visited Marey and
watched his films. In 1891, Edison filed an American patent for a film
camera, which had a different moving mechanism than the Marey
camera. In 1890, the Englishman Friese Green presented a working
camera to a group of enthusiasts. In 1893 the Frenchman Georges
Demeney filed a patent for a camera. Finally, the Lumière brothers filed a
patent for their type of camera and for projection in February 1895. In
December of that year they gave the...