IES Lights Many light manufacturers offer IES data for free download to realistically simulate the look of the real lighting fixtures. Brightness, color temperature, falloff and direction are already included in IES lights to produce the most realistic lighting. CINEMA 4D already includes several pre-defined, ready-to-go lamps.

Sketch and Toon module can be used to create an illustrated or sketched look (excellent for use with conceptual work or for presentations)

CINEMA 4D's material system provides incredible control over the properties of your 3D objects. You can easily define an object's color, diffusion, luminance, transparency, reflection, environment, fog, bump, alpha, specular, glow, displacement and illumination properties.

Decorate Your Scene The comprehensive object and material libraries included in this CINEMA 4D version provide everything you need to create great-looking visualizations.

System Requirements:
Windows 8.1 64-bit (all versions)
Windows 8 64-bit (all versions)
Windows 7 64-bit (all versions)
Windows 2012 Server 64-bit

Apple Mac OS X 10.8.5 (and higher)

 
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Complimentary Products

Architect / Renderworks
Vectorworks Fundamentals
Artlantis R
Form Z Renderzone





The complte modelling, rendering and animation solution for high end Architectural Visualisation

Key Features:

Whether you need to visualize a mobile phone, a building, a car or anything else, CINEMA 4D Visualize provides everything you need to produce fantastic images and animations quickly, easily and to any level of realism

Cinema 4D Core allows for the modelling,creation and texturing of your scenes

Global Illumination Achieve greater realism with Global Illumination, which provides a more accurate representation of scene lighting by taking into account light that bounces between objects. The Global Illumination engine can also utilize an HDRI-based sky for outstanding image-based illumination.

Physical Render Engine Render with ultimate realism using the new Physical Render Engine in CINEMA 4D. Use real camera settings like shutter speed and aperture to view the Project through the lens - with 3D depth of field, motion blur and more.

 
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