Objects and scenes from popular 3D modeling and animation software CINEMA 4D can be used directly as footage inside Adobe After Effects CC without rendering first. This eases roundtripping between the programs and opens up numerous creative possibilities. It’s the end of hard matte lines. Keep the details when separating complicated foreground elements like frizzy hair or motion-blurred edges from complex backgrounds. This means you can create natural-looking composites without keying specially shot footage. A major upgrade to the much-loved Warp Stabilizer, VFX adds the ability to choose which objects within a scene get stabilized, reverse a stabilization, and preserve a scene’s original scale to fix tricky shots such as aerial fly-throughs. The 3D Camera Tracker makes it possible to reproduce the original camera movement in a scene so you can add new layers - including video and text layers. It also now features much-requested Track Optimization, so you can refine tracking points over time. Inspiration doesn’t like to wait. That’s why Adobe After Effects CC crunches pixels using multiple processors and has improved support for NVIDIA GPUs. It’s a full 64-bit application that uses all the RAM your OS allows, for caches and to render multiple frames simultaneously. Add or enhance motion blur for moving objects in live footage and rendered scenes. You can use this effect to add realism, exaggerate movement, match shots, and make stuttery footage easier to watch. Whether you’re scaling a layer up or down, you can make sure every pixel looks its best with your choice of bilinear and bicubic resampling algorithms. More tasks are now streamlined. Locate missing fonts and effects in your compositions so you can relink or replace them quickly. New layer and mask snapping behavior makes aligning both 2D and 3D objects much simpler, without needing to calculate and type in values. Finally you can install Adobe After Effects CC on your main computer as well as on one backup.