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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you make a texture in Cinema 4d?

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How do I resize a texture in Cinema 4D?

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How do you change material in Cinema 4D?

You can do all of the material adjustments in this panel, or open up the Material Editor. You can create a new material by opening up the Create menu in the material manager where you can create a new basic material, or choose from the list of shaders. Depending on your version of CINEMA 4D you should also have the option to load a material preset.

How to import PNG textures into Cinema 4D?

Ive used cinema before but not 100% how it reads bump/ normal maps. The ao stands for ambient occlusion, which would be a texture containing shadow information, so if you are using the model for a game then it would need to be multiplied with the diffuse channel. Hope that helps!

Can a normal map be read in Cinema 4D?

Note: a normal map and a bump map are different but essentially do the same thing but you might have to change an option in C4D to ensure that the bump is read properly. Ive used cinema before but not 100% how it reads bump/ normal maps.

How do I load presets in Cinema 4D?

Depending on your version of CINEMA 4D you should also have the option to load a material preset. This includes hundreds of CINEMA 4D preset materials, which I talked about previously. To open up the Material Editor simply double click a swatch in the material manager, this opens up a completely separate window and allows you to adjust your shader.

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