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OpenEXR passes from Cinema 4D to After Effects

So I’m still new to the whole OpenEXR format, but I like the whole concept of “All the layers in one file”. That being said, here is another struggle I found working with 32-bit OpenEXR render from Cinema 4D and imported into After Effects CS6. #1...