Learn an ACES Workflow for Cinema 4D, Redshift, and Ae

Zak shows how you can use an ACES workflow for the Cinema 4D, Redshift, and After Effects pipeline.

Are you still confused about how you can fit an ACES workflow into how you work? There is a lot of information out there, and there is more than one way to tackle things. If you’re working with Linear color and with Cinema 4D Redshift and After Effects, you should check out this tutorial from i_go_by_zak.

Zak runs through how he approaches ACES workflow, from Cinema 4D & Redshift into After Effects, then out into the world. 

Zak mentions that he finds this method more straightforward than the one often shared on Youtube and within Forums. 

While Zak’s tutorial doesn’t cover or explain some of the more technical aspects of ACES, he provides some resources that do:

Chris Brejon’s ACES Blog

Aces Central Online Community

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