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Greg NeumayerDo I upgrade AE Cineware plugin when upgrading Cinema 4D? (r14 to r15)
by on Feb 6, 2014 at 7:03:05 pm

I just loaded up C4D R15 (from R14), and everything in Cineware feels like it's CRAWLING.

Do I need to do anything to upgrade my Cineware plugin?
Cineware is pointed toward a plug-in (CineRender.app) that says it's version 14.0. Is there a version 15 I need to get?

Or is there something else I can just flush? I'm not sure why I've taken such a performance hit all of a sudden.

Thanks,
Greg

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Geoffrey WeglarzRe: Do I upgrade AE Cineware plugin when upgrading Cinema 4D? (r14 to r15)
by on Feb 7, 2014 at 5:11:35 am

I have the R15 version, which was installed after AE CC, but AE still loads the lite version. Do you know how to make AE load the full version? Maybe I can help you with R15 after I can get mine linked.


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Geoffrey WeglarzRe: Do I upgrade AE Cineware plugin when upgrading Cinema 4D? (r14 to r15)
by on Feb 7, 2014 at 2:50:35 pm

I have the R15 version, which was installed after AE CC. I am on a PC, but the only render application for cinema 4D is in the lite directory, "cinerender 64bit.exe" Seems version agnostic and should support both versions of 4D


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Geoffrey WeglarzRe: Do I upgrade AE Cineware plugin when upgrading Cinema 4D? (r14 to r15)
by on Feb 7, 2014 at 3:03:39 pm

This link may help.

http://helpx.adobe.com/after-effects/using/c4d.html#CINEWARE%20effect


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Greg NeumayerRe: Do I upgrade AE Cineware plugin when upgrading Cinema 4D? (r14 to r15)
by on Feb 7, 2014 at 5:34:41 pm

Thanks. Something more must be amiss.
I re-directed Cineware to my R15 app, without improvement in speed.
For now, I just had to old-skool it and pre-render my C4D and bring it in as footage. One frame renders in about 10 sec. in C4D, but in AE, it was taking about a minute.


It is noteworthy that I've got quite a bit of compositing going on with it, which would slow it down, but doesn't seem like it would be that bad. I have two obj buffers knocking it out in two different Cineware instances, then I'm layering some AE textures over the top of those as well as transforming the scale of the (precomped, of course) C4D layers.

Thanks for the link

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http://www.antifreezedesign.com


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