It’s not uncommon for us to find applications on our PC that we can’t recall installing at all. That’s because most installations these days are super fast and end in seconds, if it’s an application that you don’t often use you may have simply forgotten about it. In this article, we’ll go through why this program is on your PC and what it’s for.
Why Is Maxon Cinema 4D On My Pc
It usually gets installed together with After Effects, so if you have After Effects that’s the reason why this program is on your PC.
If you do not have After Effects and if you don’t remember installing this program on your PC you may just have forgotten about it altogether since it’s not something you use very often, as your PC gets clogged with all kinds of programs it’s normal for us to forget about some of them.
Another option is that sometimes when installing applications they may ask if you want to install some extra applications and/or their partner’s application, this usually happens when that specific company is paid for advertising and it’s very common for you to have ticked the box to install it without realizing it as a lot of us do so to speed up the installation process without reading what the program is telling us.
What Is Maxon Cinema 4D R21 Used For?
Caps and Bevels – The all-new Caps and Bevels system in R21 allows users to extrude 3D logos and animated text effects – the ‘bread and butter’ of 3D motion graphics.
Can I Uninstall Maxon Cinema 4D After Effects?
There is no way to prevent the installation of Cinema 4D in After Effects, but Cinema 4D Lite can be uninstalled.
What Is Maxon Cinema 4D After Effects?
Maxon’s CINEMA 4D is a common 3D modeling and animation software (www.maxon.net). Adobe After Effects and Maxon CINEMA 4D can be used together in a closer integration with CINEMA 4D. You can also create a CINEMA 4D file (. c4d) from Within After Effects, and you can now work with complicated 3D models, scenes, and animations.
Does My Computer Need Maxon Cinema 4D?
To ensure that your computer will run Cinema 4D, you’ll need an up-to-date processor (CPU), ample RAM, and an OpenGL graphics card (GPU) that supports OpenGL-1.
In a nutshell: Windows 10 64-bit Version 1809 or higher.
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