Maxon, the developers of software solution Cinema 4D, just made every motion designer’s and visual effect artist’s life easier: The latest Cinema 4D application comes up with a bunch of innovative and forward-minded alterations.


Behind the magic that artists like Ines Alpha, Ouchhh, or Found create, stands a tool that makes all that charm possible. Maxon Cinema 4D is the go-to software solution for creating viral face filters, futuristic AI data sculptures, or cutting-edge CGI designs, which is one of the most important ingredients of every motion designer’s workflow. With the Cinema 4D S 24 application, Maxon has just published the newest essential.


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The latest subscription-only release of Maxon’s 3D application allows users to easily browse and obtain models, materials, and other assets, and to intuitively place them within the scene. The release also includes key workflow enhancements and a sneak peek at continued progress on the Scene Nodes and Scene Manager interfaces to the new core.



“S24 showcases what Maxon always strives to offer our subscribers – exceptional and innovative workflow matched with leading-edge core technology,” said Dave McGavran, Maxon CEO. “The new Asset Browser in combination with the Placement Tools provides a playful workflow that empowers creativity. And the advancements to the node-based system offers glimpses into the powerful and promising future of Cinema 4D.”



Maxon has just debuted the new release at its three-day virtual event, demonstrating the S24 feature highlights. A placement tool sets the stage for creativity with intuitive and powerful tools for placing objects within a scene, while a new asset browser makes it easy to find and use models, materials, and other assets in your 3D scenes.