Wednesday, 5 October 2022
This Service Update contains fixes for the following:
5531 - xpCloth - Failing to solve.
5549 - xpEmitter - Display Constraints causes a shift in viewport particle color.
5496 - xpExplosiaFX - Slowdown in Cinema 4D S24-2023 due to OpenGL removal.
5544 - nxFluids - Intersecting xpColliders fail when nxConstraints is active.
5537 - nxFluids - Colliders leaking at Scene Steps above 1.
5530 - nxConstraints - Modifier isolation not respected.
nxConstraints - Removed “Create CPU Constraints"; this is now automatically done if the emitter has Draw Constraints enabled.
nxConstraints - Added viscosity constraints for draw.
5533 - toPlant - Some branches are not following the Growth value.
5538 - tfRock - Failing to generate in Cinema 4D 2023 due to Subdivision.
5547 - mtFractal - Clone orientation issue with low Linear Count.
5529 - mtFractal - Nested mtFractals incorrect rotations in Multi-instance mode.
5506 - mtFractal - Particles intermittently showing on 0 F.
If you are an eligible customer, you will receive this Service Update automatically, as long as you have enabled your Online Updater. Alternatively, you can access the latest build of Fused for your license from your Customer Account.
Please Note: Customers who bought a new perpetual license from 21st September onwards and have not chosen to add Maintenance will also receive this Service Update.
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Cycles 4d is the render engine I’ve always wanted to have as a C4D artist. It’s a feature rich engine that doesn’t ask you to change the way you work to get the render you want. You can render entirely procedurally, or with image textures. It doesn’t feel like a plug-in at all, it feels like an update. - Casey Hupke
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