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lennart-bruggink

.c4d files

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Hi guys,

I want to ask something, of which I can't get specific information on the web.

I have found some files in the C4d format, which i guess relate to Cinema 4d software.

However, I do not have the program and cannot read them but I want to have the files printable.

Does anyone own the program to export the files and perhaps convert to .obj?

Or in any case tell me if this is at all possible?

Thanks in advance!

Cheers!

Lennart

 

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I thought I'd restart the thread since my question revolves around .c4d as well. As a 3d designer most of my models aren't optimised for printing but for animation and stills. I'm looking for someone to convert some C4D models into print ready files. The simple conversion to .obj leaves too many errors to print any of them and I do not posess the skills or software to get it properly done which is why I'd thought this might be a good place to start looking!

 

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