Also, on second 0:11 the narrator mentions how many advertising agencies there are in the world, do you guys know how I can make that "number scrolling" effect? I'm sorry if I'm asking for way too much. I hope you've got the time to help me out.
> Also, on second 0:11 the narrator mentions how many advertising agencies there are in the world, do you guys know how I can make that "number scrolling" effect?
There are several resources for creating counters linked to from here.
Hey, thanks a lot for those answers! I'll check them out right now.
But, I was wonrering if you (or the other forum readers out there) could give me some answers that had to do more with their own experiences, as to how they would tacke a project like this, maybe.
I hope you can help me out, I'd just like to wrap my head around the workflow that I'd have to learn to make something like this.
Cinema 4D is often the tool of choice for standalone 3D applications where After Effects is involved - it has nice tight integration capabilities that allow the easy export of camera and lighting data from your 4D work to an After Effects project.
But the example you've provided is a 95% After effects job, with just a few individual 3D elements added to the mix. If I were replicating the sequence you've provided, I would probably just use a 3D plugin inside After Effects (like Zaxwerks 3D invigorator) because there's no real need to go further, and the ability to directly animate the object in tandem with the AFter Effects layers is a huge advantage.
I suppose it's possible that a Photoshop 3D layer could do some of that work, but I haven't really used that feature much - I don't find it very reliable, and the texture mapping is pretty basic.