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Hi community,

 

lately I am watching this guy's tutorials which are fantastic while he developed a very promising plugin.

But the site is down for long time and there is no info regarding the luck of this dude and his project. His work is fantastic and learned so many things from him.

 

Does anyone knows what happened? 

Anyone had the chance to work with this plug in?

 

Is there any alternative to get such, lights and cam stands? He made enormous work I have to admit..

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzObGRbFSMk

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found on the website: The Cinema 4D products (Cine Designer and Set Designer) are both offline for now.  We may update them in the future. http://www.cinematographydb.com/  

Matt has moved onto Unreal Engine. Cinedesigner now runs real-time, something that could never be done in C4D.

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Oh yeah you're right. Huh weird.

 

Maybe you can try to contact the guy somehow? E-Mail on the Website, YouTube Channel, something?

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2 hours ago, Jops said:

found on the website:

The Cinema 4D products (Cine Designer and Set Designer) are both offline for now.  We may update them in the future.

http://www.cinematographydb.com/

 

Oof that doesn't sound very reassuring...

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yeah I already email the guy but I had no response.. I hope he is well, but also its too shame that the plugin is not anymore available.

 

Had you look his tutorials? The lights and camera simulations are amazing.

Wonder if there is an alternative based on this concept.

 

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10 hours ago, Reino said:

yeah I already email the guy but I had no response.. I hope he is well, but also its too shame that the plugin is not anymore available.

 

Had you look his tutorials? The lights and camera simulations are amazing.

Wonder if there is an alternative based on this concept.

 

Interesting.....I always viewed his products as models of real world film/video production equipment and their place was in the pre-visualization of shooting set-ups prior to actual photography.  Do these set-ups actually mimic via physical simulations the way real world cameras move?  That is, how do they make the finished animation better?

 

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