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In addition to the standard features, X-Particles includes the excellent Particle Studio, allowing you to create particle effects in just about any format and publish them to the web in seconds.
X-Particles Renderer is a standalone application that renders particles in the Cinema 4D renderer. The renderer has a large number of options that allow you to fine tune the look of your particles. You can also use the renderer to create smoke and fire particles and render animations within the Cinema 4D project. These renders can then be added to your project as render layers as well as exported to a.png file as a texture. You can even use particle Studio to create your own textures for your particles.
The renderer is fully integrated with the new Particle Studio plugin, allowing you to create and edit particles in a clean interface. Using this plugin you can select from a range of effects, textures, and shaders. These renders can be exported to the web in seconds.
X-Particles is supported on the following platforms:
Windows and Mac OS X (64-bit)
Apple Mac OS X (32-bit)
In addition to this, X-Particles V2 includes a completely new rendering pipeline which uses many of the existing rendering features already built into Cinema 4D. This includes support for many of the existing features as well as a number of new ones. Perhaps the most exciting feature of this pipeline is the ability to render a number of particles at the same time. This includes an entire particle buffer containing all of the particles at once. This supports up to 1024 particles at once. In addition to the ability to render up to 1024 particles at once, the pipeline supports the ability to render multiple emitters at once and dynamically change the number of emitters. This means that your particles can be rendered in multiple locations across your scene. This is a huge time saver in many cases. 827ec27edc