Maxon Announces Cinema 4D S24, this latest release for subscribers includes a brand-new asset management system and powerful new placement tools. With S24, you can easily browse and obtain models, materials and other assets, and intuitively place them within your scenes.
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.
Maxon Announces Cinema 4D S24!
Cinema 4D S24 is immediately available for subscription customers. For perpetual license holders of Cinema 4D, a release is scheduled later this year that will incorporate the features of S24, as well as future enhancements.
Cinema 4D S24 Overview
Cinema 4D S24 Feature Highlights
Placement Tools: Cinema 4D S24 sets the stage for creativity with intuitive and powerful tools for placing objects within a scene. Creating an environment, adding props and creative exploration is as simple as dragging and dropping objects onto one another, painting objects onto a surface, or allowing objects to fall into place with the help of dynamics.
Cinema 4D S24 – Placement Tools
New Asset Browser: Makes it easy to find and use models, materials and other assets in your 3D scenes. Browse and search online or local asset databases, including a vast library of assets available to C4D subscribers. Assets are organized with rich metadata and keywords and are downloaded and cached locally on demand.
Cinema 4D S24 – Asset Browser
Animation Workflow Enhancements: Cinema 4D S24 adds more powerful animation workflow enhancements and builds upon the success of character animation features introduced in R23. Everyone who creates keyframes will enjoy improved curve evaluation and other workflow enhancements, while Character Animators will enjoy even more powerful retargeting and pose workflows. Scene Manager/Scene Nodes: Experience first-hand how things are taking shape as work continues on Cinema 4D’s new core. Cinema 4D S24 introduces the Scene Manager, the spiritual successor to Cinema 4D’s Classic Object Manager. Use powerful node-based assets to construct procedural geometry or entire scenes in this new hierarchy-based view or view the same objects in a continually evolving Scene Nodes editor.