Once in a while, a new feature comes out for Cinema 4D that I hadn't thought of before, but would have made a past project MASSIVELY easier. That is what the new "Takes" in Cinema 4D R17 system was for me. With the Takes system, you can have multiple versions of a different animation, materials, or ANYTHING within one Cinema 4D project file. What exactly does that mean? Say you have a couple objects and you want to run a dynamics simulation, but you need several versions of the animation, but don't want copies of the objects, or multiple project files. Now you can use Takes to record multiple options. Get it, "Takes," like in the movies. Ohhhhhh...
There are so many new features in Cinema 4D R17, I put together several more videos taking a deeper look at new features. Check out these additional topics for more coverage of Cinema 4D R17!
• Rebuilt Pen Tool for R17
• NEW Variation Shader
• Working with the New Takes System
• Updates to the MetaBall Object
• 3D Motion Tracking Updates for R17
• New Lens Distortion Tools
• Easier SketchUp Import
• Updated Color Chooser
• NEW Book Generator
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