How to Customise Your Layout in Cinema 4D

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3D programs can be a bit of labyrinth of buttons, menus and icons to start with. One of Cinema 4D's greatest assets is its ease of use. Not only is it a user-friendly piece of software to pick up out of the box, but it's also fully customisable, down to what you want in your own menus!

What's on Your Menu?

You are able to customise Cinema 4D's menu system really easily. In the following video, I show you how easy it is to just create a new menu, and add what you want to it!

Palettes to Suit Your Palate

Not only can you control what you have on your menus, but you can also adapt the icon layouts too! I spend a lot of time adding in Cloner objects to my scene, and I finally decided to update my layout, so I thought you might find this useful to!

In this video, I show you how easy it is to create your own icon sets and how to ensure that they load up each time you start Cinema 4D.

Looking for help to get going with Cinema 4D? Why not take a look at some of our other quick start videos.

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About the MAXON Blog

Welcome to the official MAXON UK Blog. This blog provides the most up-to-date official information about MAXON, its products – in particular its flagship product Cinema 4D – and the Cinema 4D community. You can expect to see posts from a wide variety of MAXON UK employees.