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


Behind the magic that artists like Nikita Diakur, Found, Ines Alpha, or Ouchhh create, stands a tool that makes all that charm possible. Maxon Cinema 4D is the go-to software solution for creating 3D animations, cutting-edge CGI designs, or futuristic AI data sculptures, which is one of the most important ingredients of every motion designer’s workflow. With Cinema 4D R25, Maxon has just published the newest essential.

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Within the Maxon One product offering, Cinema 4D R25 and Trapcode Suite 17 unveil significant new functionality, the VFX Suite 2 features the addition of the recently acquired Bang muzzle flare generator, the introduction of Redshift RT and multiple products have received essential compatibility updates. These updates allow creatives to work on their projects even smoother and faster to not waste time on technical challenges, as 3D animation designer Nikita Diakur mentioned in an interview with Forward Magazine: “Cinema 4D is great for working intuitively without overcomplicating things. I have a good flow working in C4D.”


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“We’ve added a load of innovative functionality and valuable compatibilities to many of the products in Maxon One,” said Dave McGavran, Maxon CEO. “Our goal is to provide artists a frictionless creative experience with trailblazing technology.” With Maxon being at the forefront of technical developments, this multi-product update release follows the company’s enhancements to many products released earlier this year like the Cinema 4D S24 upgrade.


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You can see Maxon One in all its glamour at some 3D and Motion Design Shows, which Maxon hosts and brings creatives like Alex Parker or Pedro Ramos live on the (virtual stage). Find all the dates here!