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Exporting a Null to Ae

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When I export a Null to Ae everything is fine, but when I try to do it with an isometric camera in C4D the Null is no where near where it should be in Ae. Is this an issue that can't be fixed, or is there a work around?

 

For this version I had to fake isometric by using a very very high focal length and using the correct angles, but ideally I'd like to be able to do it with an isometric cam

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The Cinema 4D Isometric camera is not a compatible After Effects camera so doing what you did by using a high focal length is the only solution. Under Coord. tab, set your Rotation H to 35 and Rotation P to -35 and under Object tab, set Focal Length to 200 to get close.

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