Cinema 4D Quick Tip 5 – Make A Custom Viewport For Rendering

March 25, 2014

In this C4D Quick Tip, I will show you how to set up a custom viewport in your C4D interface that is only for rendering the current view. I use this viewport to easily light scenes and to quickly see the effect my lighting has by using the Interactive Render Region.

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  • Great quick tip!! Thanks Nick!

  • love the quick tips great job as always and keep it up 🙂

  • Im surprised you don’t have two sceens

  • Great tip, Nick!

    …as allways, thank you. 🙂

  • Nice! Thanks

  • Nitro4D has a free plugin that does something similar with some added options. It’s called MagicPreview and you can get it here:

  • This is one of those “why didn’t I think of that” tips. Nice advice. Thanks!

  • Great tip Nick! This will save a lot of time going back and forth between the camera views. Thanks so much! Keep these tips coming, they’re great!

  • Hot dog! Like Marv, I was getting really frustrated today having to go back and forth between camera views–this tip is the bee’s knees! Thanks so much, Nick!

  • OuYeah thanks

  • saif hassan khan April 15, 2014 at 11:57 am

    Great . . .

  • thanks Nick, like always very good and useful tips and tricks.

  • This is a great tool. It took me forever trying to figure out how to change the resolution of the render region….that little slider is quite inconspicuous. 😛

    Keep up the awesome tips

  • Very useful – thank you. It’s amazing how much one eventually saves time with these little extras

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