So this is just a quick exploration of the Content Browser in Cinema 4D. It holds a whole host of exiting and useful content, depending on the version that you have. So go on, get stuck in!
Using the Content Browser
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use Cinema 4D's Content Browser to add pre-built model and materials to your projects. There are also example scenes for you to explore to "reverse engineer" and see how they work.
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