Import Metropolitan OBJ in Cinema 4D

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Import Metropolitan OBJ in Cinema 4D

Postby WavyBavy on 07/7/2016, 3:21 pm

Hello,

Sorry if I'm in the wrong sub-forum, I couldn't find anything via the search function.

I wanted to animate a moving car that I created in Cinema 4d in an Element 3d world that I created in After Effects. However, the movement via the Element 3D engine wasn't really satisfying.

So I downloaded the alternative Metropolitan files with my account and imported the OBJ in Cinema 4d.

Now I'm facing the following problem:

How do I set the textures and materials in Cinema 4d? If I use the maps in the folder it's looks really strange and not realistic at all, regardless of the light settings etc.

Is there something that I've overseen? Is there a way to apply Metropolitan textures to a Cinema 4d project and have a similar look to the element 3d file?

Best regards and thanks for your help
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Re: Import Metropolitan OBJ in Cinema 4D

Postby WavyBavy on 07/18/2016, 8:44 am

Sorry to bother you guys. Does anyone have a solution for the problem?
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Re: Import Metropolitan OBJ in Cinema 4D

Postby WavyBavy on 08/2/2016, 5:55 am

Frustrating!
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Re: Import Metropolitan OBJ in Cinema 4D

Postby Michael_Szalapski on 08/5/2016, 12:59 pm

Could you show an example of how it looks "wrong" to you?
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