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    Requesting Cinema 4D files for internal testing

    Hello.

    Development is currently underway for supporting Cinema 4D asset-import through the Unreal Datasmith plugin. While we are still a few months away from being ready for public release, our developers are at the stage where it would be helpful to expand our test cases across a wide set of sample scenes.

    For this reason, we would like to ask members of our community to submit their Cinema 4D scenes to us (including both for Arch-viz and Motion Graphics). These scenes will only be used for testing the import process and making improvements to it.

    If you'd like to assist our development progress, please upload your scene using a file sharing service of your choice (for example, such as Box.com) and sharing the download link with us. You may email the download link to studiobeta@unrealengine.com, or if you are not concerned about privacy you may share it here on the forums.

    Thank you very much, and we look forward to sharing the results of our efforts with you as soon as possible.
    Stephen Ellis | Enterprise Program Coordinator

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    Hi Steven,

    A basic Generic Office scene can be accessed here

    https://wolffolins.box.com/s/a8evbf6...ixeok098avhnho

    Happy to help further if needed

    Keep us posted

    Cheers
    Franc

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      #3
      Thanks Franc.

      We also received your email.
      Stephen Ellis | Enterprise Program Coordinator

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        #4
        Hi is it too late to send c4d files to you guys? Only just saw this thread. I have many arch viz scenes done in C4D and VRAY that you can use

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          #5
          Not too late. Development on C4D support is progressing well, but there is still plenty of opportunity to catch issues and edge cases and make corrections to handle them.

          Cheers
          Stephen Ellis | Enterprise Program Coordinator

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