Cinema 4D Tut: Changing C4D Startup Settings

Pixel Lab Training C4D

Watch this tut, even though it sounds like a boring title. It’s a cool way to save yourself some time and headache in Cinema 4D! Big thanks to my buddy Thomas for showing me this!

 

    1. Gee Ranasinha
      Gee Ranasinha01-05-2012

      This is going to be a HUGE time-saver for me.

      I hate to think of the time I’ve wasted having to go and re-apply aspect ratio, size, etc. parameters every time I start a new C4D project.

      Thanks Joren!

    2. Norrie
      Norrie01-05-2012

      New.c4d will work as well (I’m so sad that I HAVE to use Capitals in file names) and it will also work if you save the file to /Applications/Maxon/CINEMA 4D R13/New.c4d

    3. Steve
      Steve01-05-2012

      Thanks, great tips!

    4. jomatecc
      jomatecc01-05-2012

      Cant thank you enough Joren, I used to be so annoyed changing setting everytime I start up Cinema, what a great way to start the new year off.

      Have a great 2012.

    5. Gokhan
      Gokhan01-06-2012

      very useful tutorial Joren,thank you.
      Big time saver 😀

    6. Bobby
      Bobby01-06-2012

      That is a great tips there thanks Joren and happy New Year to you.

    7. AssGuard
      AssGuard09-11-2014

      Thank you so much, thats exactly what I needed! 🙂

    8. Mauricio A
      Mauricio A03-25-2015

      thank you very much for your help, for new versions still works the same, but must be careful that even for versions in Spanish, it is also necessary to use the name “new.c4d” in English ……

      Muchas gracias por tu ayuda, para las nuevas versiones sigue funcionando igual, pero deben tener cuidado por que inclusive para las versiones en español, tambien es necesario usar el nombre “new.c4d” en ingles……

    9. Andy
      Andy06-02-2015

      Thanks for the great tip! I have always wondered how to change those defaults.

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