Working with Proxies in Redshift for Cinema 4D

08.08.2018
Jack Davies Marketing Manager
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This is apPROXYmately our best tip ever! Working with Redshift proxies in Cinema 4D! No puns were harmed in the making of this description.

Watch now for a top draw explanation of the following:

-Definition of Proxy files
-Exporting proxies and settings
-Importing proxies and viewport settings
-Managing materials
-Exporting proxies with animation

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