At a time when movies rack in millions of dollars (heck, even billions nowadays), VFX studios are going under due to unfair competition and unreasonable compensation. All that tacked to insane timelines that squeeze budgets even more and push workers to lower their working standards far too much.
Time for a new “little features” post, this time for release Cinema4D R14.
Everybody loves the underdog, these little novelties that don’t necessarily get much press but that often help us so much day in, day out.
Cinema4D release R14 is out now, with a lot of exciting new features.
One such feature I haven’t seen mentioned too much but is, as usual, awesome, is the new color grading available directly from the Picture Viewer filters tab.
Here is a preview of the new Cinema4D R13 muscles in action.
Here is the second part of my collection of less talked about little features and workflow improvements added to Cinema4D R13.
Some of it will seem trivial, but everything is actually extremely useful in practice.
Read on for some more examples.