Author Topic: Free version for C4D  (Read 771 times)

2019-09-05, 15:09:56

Lokikali

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Hi

You announced a free version for C4D, as for 3DSmax (the latest beta version).
Is it available?

2019-09-06, 11:21:13
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beanzvision

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No, there is no free version for C4D at this time. If and when one is released it will be made known here and no doubt across our social media channels. Our current focus is ironing out bugs for the future release of V5.

2019-09-08, 11:56:31
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Lokikali

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Hi,

I'm a little disappointed :( I wanted to start tutorials, but I'll wait, hoping it will be soon ;)

2019-09-08, 13:00:00
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fabrica

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you can download demo version to try ....

https://corona-renderer.com/download


2019-09-08, 19:12:55
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Lokikali

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I have already spent the 45 days, so it is no longer possible to activate the demo.

2019-09-08, 19:57:53
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You can wait till V5 comes out, usually Corona team is extending demo for a few days to try new features :]
I'm not Corona Team member. Everything i say, is my personal opinion only.

2019-09-08, 20:55:56
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fabrica

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I have already spent the 45 days, so it is no longer possible to activate the demo.

LOL!

well, if you can't decide after 45 days.......


2019-09-12, 00:18:31
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He decided, he don´t want to pay! And since he don´t pay, he has all rights to be "disappointed"! LOL
... never underestimate the power of a dark clown ...
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2019-09-15, 20:12:26
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Lokikali

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I do 3D rendering occasionally and on a strictly personal, which does not justify for me a subscription of 25 euros/month.
3DSmax has a free version, and it was planned that a free version would also be available for Cinema4D users.

2019-09-15, 20:21:06
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Try Blender and Cycles. This is probably a better option than any alpha Coron version if you don't want to pay in the future. 2.8 is a very nice version :)

2019-09-15, 20:44:50
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Lokikali

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I know Blender. Their interface has always been a horror. Even if version 2.8 has been improved, it is still far from being intuitive and user-friendly. I prefer to stay on C4D :)

2019-09-15, 22:11:07
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I have been using Cinema since version 9.5, so I know what you are talking about ;) I approached Blender twice with poor results. But now it's much better and I come to the conclusion that it is a software like any other. Although of course not as user friendly as Cinema :)