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If you want us to help, you have to tell us more than "it did not work".
What, exactly, did you do, step by step? What, exactly, happened?
There's a link to a tutorial here:
Try following the steps there.
Thank you for providing very helpful information regarding photoshop Repousse 3D
Sorry for insufficient information provided by me, from next time i'll discuss whole thing in detail.
I am interested in achieving text explosion effect using SIMULATION>shatter, as text explode with material.
I understand that the SIMULATION>shatter effect is 2D, is there any way to achieve same effect?
The steps are as follows :
1) I turn on the text layer in 3D,
2) edit that layer in Repousse
3) then in the 3D window, in the quality filter I applied Ray Traced Final
4) and then saved it as a .psd
5) after that I opened the said psd in AE, as a composition
6) in the said comp I got 4 layers, 1) BG, 2) TEXT, 3) Text Controller, 4) Camera
7) then i applied SHATTER effect, on the TEXT layer
8) as effect applied I previewed it, but text broken in 2D, (as SHATTER effects is not a 3D)
9) I don't have any 3D software to create material so can you please tell me shall I achieve the same effects using ADOBE SOFTWARES????
It's not possible, unfortunately. You may be able to fake it on some level by playing with teh camera alignments both in Shatter and the PS 3D layer, but proper fracture simulation is way beyond what this can provide.
You mean to say, bringing a "3D model" into after effects? It is very much possible. As u already found out the solution by reply messages of other members in this forum, i wudnot like to deal with that issue..
But, however there is another cool way to use 3D objects into after effects... that is turning the static images into 3D and using them as if they were in real 3D space.
HOW TO BRING STATIC IMAGES INTO LIFE IN AFTER EFFECTS WITHOUT THE USE OF ANY OTHER 3D MODELING PROGRAMS.
Here below is an example, I hope this will help you out.
In one of the above video links, under information, procedure for the effect has been mentioned. Here below is a sample of how a realistic 3D eyeball looks when animated in after effects by placing a static image in the front of 3D eyeball.