The most fully integrated XParticle Renderer. Version history[ edit ] Christian and Philip Losch enter their ray-tracer into Kickstart magazine's monthly programming contest, and win the competition. Plans are made for porting Cinema 4D to the PC platform. New programmer team begins development of a completely new, operating-system-independent architecture. The first multi-processor version of Cinema 4D is made available. The last version of Cinema 4D for Amiga, V4.
BodyPaint 3D is made available as an integrated version for Cinema 4D, and as a standalone version for other 3D packages. PyroCluster and Dynamics modules are introduced. Cinema 4D XL R7 is shipped worldwide. BodyPaint 3D R2 is introduced. Sketch and Toon module is introduced. HAIR module is introduced. Cinema 4D R9.
MoGraph module is introduced. Service update R Cinema 4D R A new implementation of Global Illumination included in the Advanced Render module offers a higher quality than that of the old version, and much improved animation support.
Non-Linear Animation has been completely reworked. Anti-Aliasing methods to choose from are Scanline, Ray-Tracing, and Hybrid which uses both to best optimize quality vs. Also, manages post filtering and Multi-Pass Layers. Also, exports clones and XRefs to Motion and After Effects, as well as the ability to bring in solids for mapping video onto 3D surfaces. It can also export multiple cameras at once.
QuickTime for Windows 64 bit now supported. File exchange for FBX Menu has been cleaned up. Many minor improvements like the Shaders and Materials. Linear workflow introduced with correct display in OGL.
Double precision calculation introduced and true units. Support for IES lights and physically correct lighting.
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