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3D Devices Collection for Element 3D After Effects

3D Devices Collection for Element 3D requires an Element 3D v2 plugin from Video Copilot. This article covers a few specific features of this packages. 

  • How to fix missing textures
  • How to replace a phone’s image
  • How to replace a logo on the back

1. How to install?

After installing the Element 3D plugin, unpack the models and textures using the following ways:

  1. Unzip AEJuice 3D Devices Collection in:Windows: n C:\Users\Documents\VideoCopilot\Models\My_Models\AEJuice Device CollectionmacOS:
    Users\Documents\VideoCopilot\Models\My_Models\AEJuice Device Collection

2. Unzip AEJuiceHDRIMap

Windows:
C:\Users\Documents\VideoCopilot\Materials\Environment\AEJuiceHDRIMap

n macOS:
Users\Documents\VideoCopilot\Materials\Environment\AEJuiceHDRIMap

Then you will see all the models already in Element 3D.

3. How to fix missing models, textures in Element 3D v2?

  1. Go to File – Relink Scene Files
  2. Make sure the checkboxes are checked:
  • Relink Models
  • Relink Materials
  • Relink Missing Only
  • Lookup Depth:5
  1. Click on “Add Path” button
  2. Specify the path to the “3D Device Collection for Element 3D” folder, once selected it will appear in the “Path” 
  3. Click on “OK” button
  4. In the future you will only need to repeat step 1 and 5, as the other steps should be saved.

4. How to replace a phone’s image?

After you have imported a 3D model from the 3D Device Collection for Element 3D on your device screen, you will see the resolution and aspect ratio.

  1. In After Effects, create a new composition, which will be our placeholder.
  2. In “Composition Name” write the name of the composition, for example: “Phone Placeholder“.
    Specify the resolution of the song from the screenshot of the device you imported, in our case it is:
    width: 1125
    height: 2436

Also do not forget to specify the frame rate and duration of the composition.  n

  1. Drag and drop the composition you just created to the composition where you have the Element 3D. 
  2. Turn to “off” the visibility of the layer
  3. Select the layer with the Element 3D, then in Custom Layers – Custom Texture Maps, select the layer with the placeholder
  4. Go into Element 3D by clicking on “Scene Setup“, then click on the triangle next to the 3D device to display a list of materials and look for the material named Placeholder. Also, to quickly find the material, you can simply left-click with Cntrl (Cmd on Mac) on the screen of the device.  
  5. Click on “Illumination” and select “Custom Layer 1“. n
  6. Now, you can use the composition “Placeholder” which will be displayed on the screen of your 3D device.

 

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