Uber Material and Built-In Material Assets [New in C4D R20]

With Cinema 4D Release 20, MAXON has provided a number of pre-made Node Based material assets, with the most important parameters exposed so anyone can use them, without having to use the Nodal editor. A great example is the “Uber Material”. It resembles the standard material interface, but has somewhat different functionality. Learn more about CINEMA 4D R20: https:// https:// Other Great R20 Vids: https://youtu.be/K-ljL8jddMw https:// https:// https://

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Architectural Grass Tag Tutorial #CINEMA 4D

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Cinema 4D Lite Tutorial | Using The Target Tag With Cameras And Lights

Want all of our free Cinema 4D Lite training videos? Visit our Learning Library, which features all of our training courses and tutorials at More details on this Cinema 4D Lite training can be seen at This clip is one example from the complete course. For more free Cinema 4D tutorials please visit our main website. YouTube: https:// Facebook: https:// Twitter: https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia Website:

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ExplosiaFX – X Particles 4, New Feature Sneak Peek

Copyright and with proud permission to use, upload and distribute by Insydium LTD. xpExplosiaFX will become your first stop in the creation of realistic smoke, fire and explosive simulations. Various settings provide you with unparalleled control and interaction. Adjust the voxel size to control the resolution. View different channels such as temperature, velocity and speed. You can isolate each channel, for example, switch off smoke to concentrate on fire or vice versa. Introduce the Forces tab, and add wind to your scene, make the movement erratic, and fine-tune the detail by adding curl turbulence, to produce even more realistic simulations. Select scene objects to interact with your smoke and fire; objects can be polygonal, parametric, or animated. Use the X-Particles emitter source,

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Cinema 4D Screencast Interaction Tag I

In basic use, this tag works in conjunction with the new Tweak mode to determine if objects can be moved without first being selected, and allows control over object highlighting.

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TUTORIAL How to merge animations in Cinema 4D with Retarget tag

Sorry, no audio. This method will work only if you have same bone structure and names in different animated skeletons. In my packs from Skyrim it is like that. Bone structure, names, parents/children – everything is the same. Main tip for joining animations in this way, is that we are keyframing “Source” field in Retarget tag. So if first animation lasts for 51 frames, keyframe Retarget’s “Source” field empty(0 and 51 frames), than go to 52 frame and paste second animation in it and keyframe it’s first and last frame(for example from 52 and 102 frames), than third animation source and so on. And don’t forget to shift second, third and other source animations in time line(as it is in tutorial). And of course we don’t need any geometry from source skeletons, so simply delete them, we want o

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