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  1. Check R21.1! https://www.MAXON.net/en/news/MAXON-news/article/cinema-4d-r211-service-release-now-available-1/
  2. Thanks for the list. Very interesting. I will need some time to dig into this list. @Nigel: Non of the lists I get are complete. There is always stuff missing. Or not missing, as such lists are mostly very personal and people don't use certain parts of the software. Yes, I've occasionally post here. Maybe less than I should, but posting in forums always take a lot of time, as you have to phrase your posts very carefully and think twice on what to write and how to write. But I have a pretty good overview on the forums because I normally read the forums and if I miss some
  3. I would be very much interested in this list. Could you please send it to me?
  4. Our focus is currently to get the new Core into all parts of CINEMA 4D. But we won't forget Cinebench. I can tall you that sometime in the future, there will be a new Cinebench. How "near? That is relative! :-)
  5. We try to be as forward/backward compatible as possible with our file format. Normally, you can open CINEMA 4D files in newer and older versions. New functionality will be ignored, when you open a file in an older version. This could change the look and behavior of your scene and is not recommended. But even then, CINEMA 4D will try to keep the unknown data for new functionality, even when you are editing the scene. There is a chance, that you can open a actual scene in a older version, edit it and open it back again in the new version and everything works. There is also a huge chance that you
  6. Free software doesn't integrate itself for free into a product. It doesn't automagically connect itself to the object system, animation system, material system, ... It also doesn't test itself or designs it own User Interfaces and workflows!
  7. We never (at least since I am working for MAXON) distinguished between a .5 and a full release during planning and development. Which is also the reason, why we ditched the .5 versions.
  8. You can be sure, that our programmers mainly focus on programming and not on UX Design, testing or Productmanagement. Which doesn't mean, that they don't support the Designers, Testers, ... Creating such a complex software as CINEMA 4D is a team effort. You don't have to wait until you win a job at MAXON, you just can apply for one: Assist me in Productmanagement: https://www.MAXON.net/en/header-meta-navigation/about-MAXON/jobs/description/junior-product-manager-mf/ Help Quality Assurance to make CINEMA 4D as stable as possible: https://www.MAXON.net/en/h
  9. CINEMA 4Ds SDK (Software Development Kit) is changing constantly. This has to be done to reflect new functionality and changes under the hood. While we try to keep the SDK as stable as possible, from time to time, we have to introduce bigger changes. Sometimes, even smaller things can cause bigger changes for the 3rd Party Developers. With R12 we switched from single to double precision. This isn't a huge change by itself, just adding some digits to make numerical calculations more precise. But this also meant, that no old Plugin would run anymore and each Developer had to adapt and recompile
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