Free Cinema4D Plugins You Gotta See

Cinema 4D is a powerful application, and with some additional python scripting, objects can be 'supercharged' and effectors can be customized to have their own effects. Here's some free python plugins and presets for Cinema4D that you HAVE to try.

Contribute to the list by adding your favorites in the comments below

Try at your own risk

Nitro4D


If you're using C4D and you don't know about Nitro, you're welcome!
Nitro features some VERY powerful plugins, some of the best out there, and they're mostly free (if not Name Your Price).
Some of the ones I use are MagicSymmetry, the shattering plugin Thrausi, the realtime rendering preview window MagicPreview, and the feature that NEEDS to be in C4D by default: Magic Solo.

Nitro does an amazing job at providing these things, especially for free. Donate a little something if you can.

Check out all of the plugins at http://nitro4d.com

Adaptive Cloner


One common problem with the C4D cloner is that the spacing between objects can get a bit annoying. Adding more clones to a Grid Array will have you tweaking the spacing again. Adaptive Cloner is the answer. It automatically adjust spacing between clones.


Check out the original post at CyborgDino for the download link.

Ocean Wave Effector


This is an awesome python effector developed by CreativeTools that creates waves based on the location of the effector. It takes a bit to get used to how it works but it's very powerful.



A great way to work with this is to add a null and drop the plane in a hyperNURBS. Set the subdivisions in editor to 0 and the subdivisions in renderer to 3. This will make the viewport light and easy to work with and make the final render (in Picture Viewer) a lot more detailed.

You can get more information and download the Ocean Wave Effector from their GitHub

MazeTrace

MazeTrace is yet another plugin from CreativeTools. It creates a maze out of your geometry, which can then be converted to splines.



Check out their github for lots more.

Microfloaties


Whether you're doing microscopic or medical work, or maybe you just need something to spice up your scene, microfloaties creates random drifting object simulating dust and stray hairs.


You can find the download and a good explanation on the product's page n Joelotron.com

Know of any plugins that should be on this list? Drop a comment below and I'll add it!

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