Exploring key application preferences


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Exploring key application preferences

The Preferences menu in CINEMA 4D allows you to change a whole variety of settings. Rather than trying to explain what it is, let's just dive in. The way you access the Preferences is under the Main Edit menu. At the very bottom is Preferences. You could also get there by hitting Command+E or Ctrl+E on the keyboard. Now, there are a lot of options here, so rather than cover them all, I'm going to cover the ones that I think are the most important for now. The Preferences window is divided into two primary sections. You have the left-hand side, which lists the categories of preferences, and then the right-hand side, which shows you those categories. It defaults to Interface, and the Interface section tells us what kind of language you're using, what's the scheme, how does the interface look? For example, I only have the English version installed, but you can work in a variety of languages: Chinese, German, Russian, French--you name it.

The Scheme is how the int...

Exploring key application preferences
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Exploring key application preferences provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D Essentials 1: Interface, Objects, and Hierarchies

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3D + Animation Video
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CINEMA 4D
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