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A .C4D file contains a 3D model created with Cinema 4D.
.C4D files can be exported to other apps like: Photoshop, After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Unity.
CINEMA 4D is a popular tool for 3D simulation and animation from Maxon.
The core program contains tools for modeling, texturing, rendering and animation. The basis for creating objects serve primitives like a sphere or plane, divided into polygons. Objects, as a whole on the allocated polygons could be changed by basic transformations such as rotation, resizing, and advanced ones – twisting, stamping, transformation by formula, etc. The program provides a number of deformers and generators of complex objects, for example, landscapes. The Cinema 4D feature is a multi tool for manual dividing of larger polygons into smaller ones. The program also allows you to draw polygon tapes, bind some polygons to others, and convert faces to arches. The MoGraph tool allows you to automatically create complex objects from transformations in the base object or groups of them, such as cloning or symmetrical copying.
Cinema 4D provides a flexible and system for creating materials with parametric shaders to quickly determine the surface of a three-dimensional model. The materials provide such properties as texture, reflection of light, glow, transparency, relief texturing, etc.
Multipurpose rendering provides color reproduction, shadows, reflections, blurring. Supports the export of three-dimensional program models, such as Adobe Photoshop, Final Cut Pro. Apart from the main renderer, Cinema 4D can work with third-party renders embedded in the program or external.
Close integration with CINEMA 4D allows you to use Adobe After Effects in conjunction with Maxon CINEMA 4D. In After Effects, you can create a CINEMA 4D file (C4D) and work with complex 3D elements, scenes and animations.
To ensure compatibility with Adobe After Effects CineRender, the core of the rendering of Maxon CINEMA 4D is integrated. After Effects allows you to render CINEMA 4D files. On each layer, you can manage some aspects of the rendering, the camera, and the contents of the scene. This well-established process does not require the creation of intermediate files or image set files.
With the release of the 12th version of the program, MAXON provides its users with five different Cinema 4D assemblies. Since the spring of 2013, the sixth package – “Lite” – was added to them. Each of the packages has its own target group.
Cinema 4D supports the following programming languages: