Adding Sound to Cinema 4D Scene Renders Tutorial

Sunday, December 26, 2010
Total Running Time: 4:33
Using Sound in Cinema 4D
In this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to add sound using the sound object in the timeline. This will enable you to sync up your sound to your animation and render it off together. No more trying to sync up the audio and video in After Effects.

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12 Responses to “Adding Sound to Cinema 4D Scene Renders Tutorial”
  1. Kent Wenger says:

    Hi Tim,

    The ‘adding sound’ tutorial is great… I feel like you added it just for me!

    I had trouble adding sound so my students render to QuickTime and then use iMovie to add sound. I’ll now have my students use sounds in C4D.


    Kent Wenger

  2. Tim Shetz says:

    Hey Kent! Sorry it took so long to get it on the site ;-)
    I’d still love to feature the students work if they are up for it!

  3. Michael West says:

    I’ve been all over the ‘net for weeks looking for a way to add sound to a C4D project and haven’t found anything remotely as comprehensive, and also simple, as yours.

    I can’t thank you enough.


  4. franzformer says:

    hey there,

    does anybody know how get audio data mapped on time tracks?

  5. Zak Pericq says:

    Very nice,
    Love youyr tutorials. I have learned quite a lot of things waching your tutorial. I wish more people are commenting, it does helps community. Good Luck.

  6. Joel Nunez says:

    I don’t like to respond any of these blogs, but this one worth it. I’ve been looking in a bunch of 3D cafe’s and no one is so helpful and simple as yours, congrats.

  7. Zack says:

    Hey uhh im having an issue with this umm i go get null and then open timeline then drag it in then all that apperars is “summary” and i cant select it or anything please help


  8. David Nogueira says:

    Hi, congrats for your tutorial, it’s very explanatory, but i have a question for you, if the output of the work is not a video (psd sequence), the sound will be included in the aec. file or do we have to put int the composition manualy?
    Hope to hear your answer

  9. Matty says:

    thanks Tim, the tutorial is great, it helps alot.
    by the way, is it possible that i can use the sound beat to animate an object? like it’s scale?
    I have searching for many tutorials, but they all use cloner first, so Im curious if I can use the soundeffector to animate an object without the cloner?


  10. Terry says:

    Thanks you so much. After many many hours of trying you saved me.


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