Batch Take Maker Can Create Multiple takes Based on an Image Sequence in C4D

Adam Heslop has created some great commercial tools for Cinema 4D, and shared some others in the past. Recently while working on a project, Adam needed to batch process footage so that he could end up with a series of shorter frame animations that would loop.

 create multiple takes based on an image sequence and an animation length parameter

The problem was that the footage was one long stream of image files, containing the smaller sections needed. Adam put his Python scripting skills to work, and came up with the Batch Take Maker, that leverages the Cinema 4D R17 Take System.

The Batch Take Maker for Cinema 4D lets you easily create multiple takes based on an image sequence and an animation length parameter. Adam admits the tool is a specific one, and that it is more of a foundation of something to build your own batch take settings, rather than a tool that is ready to go out of the box.

Still, you never know when you may need such a tool as the Cinema 4D Batch Take Maker.

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