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I need to get an animation from C4D to a webpage. I want to use Adobe  Animate to build a responsive site around this animation. In the past when Adobe Animate was Flash, I used to use animations rendered as PNG's and put them in Flash Frames. It has been a while since that time. I would like to know if anyone could suggest some modern ways this is done. Thanks

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2 hours ago, Chris Johnston said:

I need to get an animation from C4D to a webpage. I want to use Adobe  Animate to build a responsive site around this animation. In the past when Adobe Animate was Flash, I used to use animations rendered as PNG's and put them in Flash Frames. It has been a while since that time. I would like to know if anyone could suggest some modern ways this is done. Thanks

Are you wanting to display baked/rendered 3d or true interactive 3d?

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  • I am taking it that a backed/rendered animation will give you everything except you alpha channel. Once I get the animation to Animate (Flash) frames I am going to make it interactive of the web (CreateJS). I was thinking of backed/rendered but I would like to hear options for both. Thanks so much::):

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  • Does C4D have a way to render as SVG? Thanks

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