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noni

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About noni

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    noni
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    b
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    NYC

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  • C4D Version
    R18.041 Studio
  1. I know C4D can animate textures, but I have so many objects with texture that need to animate that I'm hoping I can animate between takes. Is it possible to render an animation that fades or dissolves from one take to another? Just trying to avoid having to render extra frames for overlapping in post. Thanks!
  2. Hello, I'm using C4D on Windows 7 Pro 64bit and also on Mac Sierra at work, and in r19 cineware on both platforms, my textures are very low res in the viewport. I've tried changing the settings in the texture tag from MIP to None, Square, Circle, etc., but nothing helps. However if I open the same exact file in r18, the textures preview crisp and clean in the viewport without adjusting any settings, just opening the same file. Does anyone know why this might be happening? Is it a limitation of Cineware, or might there be a setting somewhere that I'm not aware of? Thank you for your help!
  3. That was it! Thanks so much, bezo! :) See, these are the kinds of things that happen when you work without your glasses on ;)
  4. I'm trying to edit a material and I'm finding that all the settings in the Material Editor are dimmed, so I'm unable to edit any of the settings. I imagine it's something simple, but somehow I've not run into this before. I'm attaching a capture of the window. Thank you for your help!
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