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Cinema 4D will not save video with Transparent Background


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Hi @briankoko

Thank you so much for your quick reply) I uploaded a screenshot of my project in cinema 4d as well as the the folder that was saved to from cinema 4d, I had it saved to a series of png to make the video background transparent so the pngs are saved to a folder. And then in after effects I imported the first png of the sequence to the composition. If you need anything else let me know. Thank you so much for your help)))

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Everyone seems to have missed the obvious question, whats in your background? eg. is there possibly a giant sphere wrapped around your project, blotting out the sky?

 

If you upload the c4d project we can take a look

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That's a good point Mash. There are some issues with a background object or a sky object messing up the alphas. I just noticed the Null object having objects hidden as children. At least open that up so we can see the objects.

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Open a single png in photoshop and see if it has transparency. If it does not, it will not work in AE.

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Thank you @imashination and @BigAl3D. I have uploaded a my projected below.  It is a basic animation of a paper flying, I hid the bend on the paper so it doesn't show in rendering. There is just the wind under the null object, I have meant to make the wind a child of the null object so I probably accidently made an null object. 

 

Thank you guys so much for your helps!)

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Hi @Isleofgough

Thank you so much for your reply) Yeah I opened in photoshop it doesn't seem to be working the background appear to be black. I have have another look.

 

Thank you so much)))

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