MAXON CINEMA 4D R14 Now Available

Eagerly awaited features include sculpting, new camera functionality and rendering enhancements.

Friedrichsdorf, Germany MAXON announced the immediate availability of CINEMA 4D Release 14, the next generation of its industry-leading 3D motion graphics, visual effects, painting, and rendering software application. CINEMA 4D R14 delivers eagerly awaited features including a new, fully integrated sculpting system, new camera matching functionality, the debut of exchange plugins to two key applications – The Foundry NUKE and Adobe Photoshop Extended – improved integration with Adobe After Effects and a huge number of other powerful workflow feature enhancements.

MAXON’s leading 3D painting application, BodyPaint 3D, has also received a major upgrade to R14, which includes many features of its sister product CINEMA 4D R14. The major addition to BodyPaint 3D R14 is the all-new sculpting toolset, which allows users to add details and refinements to their models and bake displacement and normal textures for use in their main 3D application.

Chris Broeska, Producer at Fuse, a leading 3D animation and virtual photography studio in Minneapolis, states, "R14's new arsenal of animation tools make our workflow faster and more fluid than ever. With the addition of the new sculpting tools we can do everything we want all in one application. CINEMA 4D just keeps getting more awesome!"

CINEMA 4D Release 14 and BodyPaint 3D Release 14 are available through MAXON and its authorized dealers. Customers with an active MAXON Service Agreement (MSA) valid through September 4, 2012 will automatically receive their upgrade. Current customers who do not have an active MSA can purchase an upgrade through MAXON and its authorized dealers. Pricing and upgrade information is available at www.maxon.net.

Minimum system requirements include Windows XP, Vista or 7 running on Intel or AMD CPU with SSE2-Support; Mac OS X 10.6.8 or higher running on an Intel-based Mac and 1024 MB RAM, DVD ROM drive and an OpenGL graphics card. Standard DVD installation can take up to 7 GB of disk space.

Source: Maxon

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