Maxon presented the new release of Cinema 4D R23, Maxon developed important updates to Character Animation Tools, Character Solver, new Toon/Face Rigs, and rendering, UV Workflows, and many more.
Here are details and Overview of R23 features, characters, and animations with outstanding new tools and workflow enhancements.
Cinema 4D R23 New Character Animation Tools
As for animation, the update introduces more advanced character animation tools. There’s a new dedicated facial rig from Walt Disney Animation Studios character TD Bret Bays.
Cinema 4D R23 includes key enhancements to the animation workflow making it easier to create and manipulate keyframes, produce fantastic new character animation rigs, and manage your character poses, retargeting, and skinning. There’s a new dedicated facial rig from Walt Disney Animation Studios. In this video Maxon, character specialist introduces the new features and workflow enhancements like the new Pose Library, Character Solver, Delta Mush, Toon and Face Rigging, Filtering in Attribute Manager, and Timeline, Keyframing Optimization, Copy&Paste Ease, Markers with a brand new HUD.
Cinema 4D R23 UV Workflows Improvements
With the update to UV editing, UV editing capabilities introduced in Cinema 4D S22 have moved to the Cinema 4D R23.
New tools geared mostly at UV workflows for hard-surface models. As there are UV Snapping, Multi-Object Support, Align Straighten Rectangularize, Interface Enhancements to the UV Edit Layout.
Magic Bullet Looks New Integration
Easily apply one of over 200 preset film looks, import LUTs, or work with individual tools for color correction, film grain, chromatic aberration, and much more.
The Red Giant’s Magic Bullet Looks technology is integrated into C4D’s render settings, so all of this works in the interactive viewport and with your final C4D renders. Best of all, you can save your own Looks presets and pass them between many other host applications like After Effects, Premiere Pro and FCPX, and more.
Scene Nodes in Cinema 4D R23 offers a sneak preview of the performance you can expect from the next generation Cinema 4D core and object system. Nodes enable you to explore massive Distributions and Procedural Modeling in advance of the further development of capabilities and integration of familiar Cinema 4D workflows that foster creativity and experimentation.
Best of all, you can save your own Looks presets and pass them between many other host applications like After Effects, Premiere Pro and FCPX, and more.
To know more Visit Maxon’s website for a complete list of new features and updates.