Next-generation connection for ArchiCAD 12 and CINEMA 4D R11 unveiled.
Friedrichsdorf, Germany – Graphisoft, pioneer in developing Virtual Building Solutions, and MAXON, leading 3D modeling and rendering software specialist, today announced the immediate availability of the latest CINEMA 4D add-on for ArchiCAD 12. The new update functionality now enables users to merge changes made in ArchiCAD into their existing CINEMA 4D visualizations.
ArchiCAD users can take advantage of CINEMA 4D's intuitive organic modeling toolset to create or modify breathtaking architectural structures of almost any shape. Functions like Bend, Twist and Magnet give architects complete artistic freedom for their creations. ArchiCAD projects can also be sent to CINEMA 4D to produce high-end visualizations and animations.
"One of the most important factors of quality of any software connection is the level of workflow support," said Miklos Szovenyi-Lux, vice president of product management at Graphisoft. "ArchiCAD and CINEMA 4D made a tremendous job to make a 'round-trip' communication workflow virtually seamless."
"We are delighted about the depth and quality of the integration Graphisoft and MAXON can deliver to our mutual customers. We are confident that we will be able to tremendously extend the creative possibilities of the architect of the 21st century," states Harald Schneider, chief technology officer at MAXON.
The new plug-in is available via MAXON online updater or manually from the download page at MAXON's website and requires the latest CINEMA 4D add-on from Graphisoft that can be downloaded from the Graphisoft website.
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