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I tracked a motion in AE and imported it into c4d. Any Idea how to smooth that out?
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I know how to clean something like that up in maya, but c4d's animation layers are stupidly broken to the point of being useless.
If you really have to I guess you could manually delete the problem keyframes, but that's going to take a long fucking time and probably not even look too good in the end.

You could also try cleaning it up in AE before importing into c4d. That might actually be your best bet.
Try adding a smooth expression to the position/rotation transforms in AE.
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thanks dude!!!




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