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  1. Yes, I know that I could animate it in such a way that they dont go inside each other. I was just wondering if there was a way i could be lazy and not have to be precise basically. :)
  2. Hi! I was just thinking about character animation in cinema, and am wondering if there is a way to enable self/external (other object/character) collisions? For instance if the character is going to rest a hand on a knee or hip, or if they are going to interact with another character, is there a way to prevent them from going inside each other?
  3. Yeah, these were in DL, and I tried switching to PT and saw a large improvement. Ill go try beveling some edges and see if that helps. I knew that 90 degree corners aren't physically correct, but I had never thought of how it can highlight edges, and that subtle thing could make a difference... Thanks! And yes, I was planning on doing some post editing in After Effects when I finish rendering the animation. I'm not sure how experienced you are with Octane, but switching to PT does slow the render time considerably, so do you know of any ways to fix this but keep the noise levels down? Here are my settings: https://gyazo.com/fed35db13ed48c7cdb2ca2e92284e849
  4. Hi! I am working on an animation that I am having take place indoors. I have been modeling and texturing part of the scene, and have been fairly happy with the modeling, but the renders just look a little off. I am going for a fairly realistic look, at least enough to sell it in a busy animation (not too focused on the scene/still shots) but the lighting seems funny and it just doesn't look right. Is there anyone that is more experienced at stuff like this that can help give me some tips on what to change or any tricks or techniques you use to get your scenes to look more realistic? Thanks! Renders: https://gyazo.com/706f520f2ab234cccc0a2826382b3e0b https://gyazo.com/7e1e4e6d91a4f8c7430e545889b266d1 https://gyazo.com/cce280abf5b034ff7775053f5c2ed354 https://gyazo.com/717fcfe970997da761a7da39af96daef Keep in mind this is still a wip so I am still adding new things such as dirt on the floor and more clutter on the ground :)
  5. Hi! I have been using cinema for a while now, but have noticed that it is missing something, and that is a startup page. I use Adobe After Effects a lot as well, and like how easy it is to open recent projects in the window that opens on startup. I'm fairly sure Cinema doesn't have something like this built in by default, but are there any plugins out there for this? Or any way to get it? Its a very small thing but it would be nice rather than either having to search through my 100+ cinema files for the right one, or having to go to File>Open and select my project there.
  6. Yeah, this at least gives me an idea of how to. Thanks!
  7. Was Chris's tutorial along the same lines as this:?
  8. Hi! I am working on a character animation short now, and have been trying to make it as realistic as I can... I was looking at how the arms were moving, and am not too happy with them, as the cloth sleeves don't act how they should in the real world by creasing up and such when the arm is bent. Does anyone know if there is a way to do this?
  9. Hi! I have been considering upgrading from my 1080p monitor to a larger 4k monitor for gaming, entertainment etc, but also use cinema a LOT. I remember a while ago a friend of mine got a 4k monitor and had problems with the UI being incredibly small and almost unusable. Is there a way to fix this? I would love to get a higher quality monitor but don't want it turning into a waste of money when I can't use Cinema with it. I'm running windows 10 by the way, as I have read on some other forums that the OS has made a difference.
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    Alright, Ill consider that. Thanks so much for your help.
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    That .c4d file is a copy of the one I had in my documents "Cinema 4D Files", that was just the normal file I had it saved to. I didn't have any backups anywhere... Aw sh*t. Well thanks for the help... I needa get in the habit of saving backups more... the thought came to mind while I was turning my computer back on when it was too late :(
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    There is no actual .c4d file, but do you want the zip file that contains the 4 files I listed above? The txt file is in a different language to me but would you able to figure it out?
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    The bug reports folder contains 4 files-.c4d_prf, .l4d, .prf, .txt, and then a zip file of all the above files again. And the original file name was "Rainbow Six House.c4d". I can upload any of the bug report files if that would be helpful.
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    Alright, thanks.
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    Yes, here it is. Corrupted_File.c4d

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