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Portable Cinema 4D Studio Bundle Full - ZWTiSO 2010
16 May 2010

Portable Cinema 4D Studio Bundle Full - ZWTiSO 2010

Portable Cinema 4D Studio Bundle - ZWTiSO (5.2010) | 700 mb


Cinema 4D Studio Bundle - the outstanding 3D package for high end Modeling, Animation & Rendering. Top quality made even better. Once again, CINEMA 4D convinces with its forward-looking innovation, ease of use and legendary stability. The actual release of CINEMA 4D offers you more possibilities than ever before, whether for film, television, advertising, scientific simulations, architecture, product design or any other field that demands professional results. Its one-of-a-kind modular system and the ease with which it can be learned make CINEMA 4D the ideal tool for any purpose and every budget. CINEMA 4D is available in several languages. ? inema 4D contains all functions needed to create high-end 3D images and animations - start the application and start working, it's that easy. For those whose work demands more than the basic application, MAXON provides numerous CINEMA 4D modules that can be integrated seamlessly. Equip your production environment with the CINEMA 4D Studio Bundle in order to take advantage of all the power CINEMA 4D has to offer. Your advanced 3D projects will come alive with the addition of 3D painting, dynamic simulations and network rendering. The CINEMA 4D Studio Bundle lets you unleash your creativity and enjoy 3D without limits.
Digital-Tutors - Introduction to CINEMA 4D R14
25 October 2012

Digital-Tutors - Introduction to CINEMA 4D R14

Digital-Tutors - Introduction to CINEMA 4D R14
English | .mp4 | h264 1627 kbps | 1280 x 720 30fps | aac 48kHz stereo | 13h 40mn | 9.62 Gb (With Project Files)
Release Date: October 9, 2012 | Author: Multiple Authors
Level: Beginner | Required Software: CINEMA 4D R14
Genre: Tutorials

In this CINEMA 4D tutorial, we will provide you with a good understanding of how to work within CINEMA 4D. You will learn from several of the instructors here at Digital-Tutors, as we go through many of the major parts of the software, and help you become a more effective CINEMA 4D artist. We will begin our training by exploring the user interface, and discussing a number of features and concepts that will be very important to know as we start to delve deeper into the software. From this point, we will walk step-by-step through the process of modeling and texturing our own futuristic flying vehicle using CINEMA 4D and the built-in BodyPaint texturing suite. We will also guide you through the entire process of rigging this vehicle for movement, and then animating the takeoff and flying sequence for this project. From there, we will learn how to use the standard CINEMA 4D particle system to create realistic steam for the refueling hose of our aircraft, and we will guide you through the process of setting up the lights, shadows, and using many rendering features in CINEMA 4D to finish out this whole project. Finally, we will finish this CINEMA 4D tutorial by taking you through MoGraph, an extremely powerful toolset in CINEMA 4D that will allow you to create highly complex, very detailed motion graphics with minimal effort.
MAXON CINEMA 4D Studio v12.0 MULTiLANGUAGE (PC/MAC)
5 November 2010

MAXON CINEMA 4D Studio v12.0 MULTiLANGUAGE (PC/MAC)
MAXON CINEMA 4D Studio v12.0 MULTiLANGUAGE - PANTHEON (PC/MAC) | 3.04 GB

CINEMA 4D Studio - Everything You Need for High-End 3D

CINEMA 4D Studio is the very best that MAXON has to offer for professional 3D artists. If you want to create advanced 3D graphics but need a helping hand to ensure you create jaw-dropping graphics quickly and easily, then this is the choice for you.
As well as containing all of the features found in CINEMA 4D Prime, Visualize and Broadcast, CINEMA 4D Studio adds advanced character tools, hair, a physics engine and an unlimited clients network rendering. The end result is that CINEMA 4D Studio can tackle any project you throw at it with ease.
CINEMA 4D Studio's character tools make it easy to create character rigs and advanced character animations. Adding hair or fur to characters is fast and simple with a powerful suite of hair tools that let you grow, comb, style and animate. The physics engine, which has been overhauled in R12, makes it simple to perform complex collisions and interaction between objects, be it a few or thousands. Network rendering allows you to take advantage of all computers on your network to help render your animations faster.
Despite being for advanced 3D, the extra tools found in Studio are still designed to be user-friendly and intuitive. Generating advanced 3D effects such as hair is surprisingly easy and fast, with CINEMA 4D doing much of the hard work for you. For example, hair will automatically swoosh and sway as you move your character around; and making thousands of objects collide with each other only takes a few mouse clicks to set up.
CINEMA 4D Studio lets you unleash your creativity and enjoy 3D without limits.
Home Cinema Choice 2011 collection
22 October 2011

Home Cinema Choice 2011 collection

Home Cinema Choice 2011 collection
English | PDF | 580MB

Home Cinema Choice is the UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Every issue features news and reviews of the latest home cinema equipment, from amplifiers, receivers, processors and power amps, to DVD recorders, speakers, projectors and flat panel TVs. The magazine also offers advice on setting up this hardware alongside features focussing on drop dead gorgeous home cinema installations, and reviews of the latest DVD releases. The UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Home Cinema Choice is the UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Every issue features news and reviews of the latest home cinema equipment, from amplifiers, receivers, processors and power amps, to DVD recorders, speakers, projectors and flat panel TVs.
Home Cinema Choice - March 2012 (UK)
17 January 2012

Home Cinema Choice - March 2012 (UK)
Home Cinema Choice - March 2012 (UK)
English | PDF | 124 pages | 35.2 Mb

Home Cinema Choice is the UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Every issue features news and reviews of the latest home cinema equipment, from amplifiers, receivers, processors and power amps, to DVD recorders, speakers, projectors and flat panel TVs. The magazine also offers advice on setting up this hardware alongside features focussing on drop dead gorgeous home cinema installations, and reviews of the latest DVD releases. The UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Home Cinema Choice is the UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Every issue features news and reviews of the latest home cinema equipment, from amplifiers, receivers, processors and power amps, to DVD recorders, speakers, projectors and flat panel TVs.
Home Cinema Choice - Xmas 2012 (UK)
16 November 2012

Home Cinema Choice - Xmas 2012 (UK)

Home Cinema Choice - Xmas 2012 (UK)
124 pages | 60MB | PDF | English

Home Cinema Choice is the UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Every issue features news and reviews of the latest home cinema equipment, from amplifiers, receivers, processors and power amps, to DVD recorders, speakers, projectors and flat panel TVs. The magazine also offers advice on setting up this hardware alongside features focussing on drop dead gorgeous home cinema installations, and reviews of the latest DVD releases. The UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Home Cinema Choice is the UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Every issue features news and reviews of the latest home cinema equipment, from amplifiers, receivers, processors and power amps, to DVD recorders, speakers, projectors and flat panel TVs.
Home Cinema Choice - January 2013 (UK)
13 December 2012

Home Cinema Choice - January 2013 (UK)

Home Cinema Choice - January 2013 (UK)
124 pages | 64MB | PDF | English

Home Cinema Choice is the UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Every issue features news and reviews of the latest home cinema equipment, from amplifiers, receivers, processors and power amps, to DVD recorders, speakers, projectors and flat panel TVs. The magazine also offers advice on setting up this hardware alongside features focussing on drop dead gorgeous home cinema installations, and reviews of the latest DVD releases. The UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Home Cinema Choice is the UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Every issue features news and reviews of the latest home cinema equipment, from amplifiers, receivers, processors and power amps, to DVD recorders, speakers, projectors and flat panel TVs.
Home Cinema Choice - June 2013 (UK)
3 May 2013

Home Cinema Choice - June 2013 (UK)

Home Cinema Choice - June 2013 (UK)
124 pages | 61MB | PDF | English

Home Cinema Choice is the UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Every issue features news and reviews of the latest home cinema equipment, from amplifiers, receivers, processors and power amps, to DVD recorders, speakers, projectors and flat panel TVs. The magazine also offers advice on setting up this hardware alongside features focussing on drop dead gorgeous home cinema installations, and reviews of the latest DVD releases. The UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Home Cinema Choice is the UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Every issue features news and reviews of the latest home cinema equipment, from amplifiers, receivers, processors and power amps, to DVD recorders, speakers, projectors and flat panel TVs.
3D Fluff - Photorealism Volume 1 Training for CINEMA 4D R12 (2010/Eng)
10 January 2011

3D Fluff - Photorealism Volume 1   Training for CINEMA 4D R12 (2010/Eng)

3D Fluff - Photorealism Volume 1 Training for CINEMA 4D R12 (2010/Eng)
English | H264 1440x900 30 fps | AAC 128 Kbps 48 KHz | 1.35 GB

With the help of this 3 hour long set of videos, presented by Janine Pauke of 3D Fluff, you will learn how to effortlessly produce photorealistic and great looking product renders with CINEMA 4D Release 12. A large part of the tutorial requires only CINEMA 4D Prime to complete, and you will end up with a completed project and a convincing product render using only those basic tools. The videos will then take you through additional features such as global illumination, HDRI and cloth to arrive at a genuinely photorealistic result.

With an emphasis on photorealism, the videos cover an entire project from start to finish since even in the modeling phase there are important things to watch out for. The smallest details can make or break an image and the illusion that what the viewer is looking at might actually be a photo.

The difficulty level of this product is intermediate and assumes a basic level of knowledge of CINEMA 4D. No in-depth knowledge required.

Main topics covered:

* Setting up CINEMA 4D
* New lighting & rendering features in R12 (including IES and LWF)
* Modeling
* Texturing
* Simple lighting
* Cloth
* GI and HDRI
* Extra tips
* Project files and bonus content on the disc

System requirements:

Any computer capable of playing back H.264 encoded Quicktime movies. The high quality video compression demands a 2GHz or higher CPU for smooth playback and a minimum screen resolution of 1440x900. Smaller screens may work, but will not show the full video detail.

CINEMA 4D Prime is needed for the main tutorials. Broadcast/Visualize/Studio required for additional content.

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3D Fluff - Photorealism Volume 1   Training for CINEMA 4D R12 (2010/Eng)
The Cinema Effect
25 September 2010

The Cinema Effect

The Cinema Effect

The MIT Press 2004 | 466 | ISBN: 0262033127 | PDF | 11 Mb

It has been said that all cinema is a special effect. In this highly original examination of time in film Sean Cubitt tries to get at the root of the uncanny effect produced by images and sounds that don't quite align with reality. What is it that cinema does? Cubitt proposes a history of images in motion from a digital perspective, for a digital audience. From the viewpoint of art history, an image is discrete, still. How can a moving image--constructed from countless constituent images--even be considered an image? And where in time is an image in motion located? Cubitt traces the complementary histories of two forms of the image/motion relationship--the stillness of the image combined with the motion of the body (exemplified by what Cubitt calls the "protocinema of railway travel") and the movement of the image combined with the stillness of the body (exemplified by melodrama and the magic lantern). He argues that the magic of cinema arises from the intertwining relations between different kinds of movement, different kinds of time, and different kinds of space. He begins with a discussion of "pioneer cinema," focusing on the contributions of French cinematic pioneers in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He then examines the sound cinema of the 1930s, examining film effects in works by Eisenstein, Jean Renoir, and Hollywood's RKO studio. Finally he considers what he calls "post cinema," examining the postwar development of the "spatialization" of time through slow motion, freeze-frame, and steadi-cam techniques. Students of film will find Cubitt's analyses of noncanonical films like Sam Peckinpah's Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid as enlightening as his fresh takes on such classics as Renoir's Rules of the Game. ...