Maxon Announces Cineware By Maxon Plug-in For Unity Technologies

Maxon has announced that it is now distributing a plug-in for Unity, called Cineware by Maxon. The plug-in provides integration of Cinema 4D assets into Unity. 

Maxon said artists can create models and animations in Cinema 4D for use in real-time 3D (RT3D), interactive 2D, 3D, VR and AR experiences. The Cineware by Maxon plug-in is available free-of-charge on the Unity Asset Store.

The plug-in is compatible with Cinema 4D Release 21, the latest version of the software, and Unity’s latest release, 2019.3. The Cineware by Maxon plug-in does not require a license of Cinema 4D as long as Cinema 4D scenes have been “Saved for Cineware.”

By default, imported assets will appear relative to the asset folder or imported asset. The plug-in also supports user-defined folder hierarchies. 

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