3D & Animation CINEMA 4D

Set Unique Filters for Each C4D View with the Make Parameter Local Option

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Cinema 4D’s View Filters work globally by default, so that any changes to the filters in one view panel apply to all the views. In this Quicktip, you’ll learn how to make the view filter parameters local so you can uniquely control which object types and UI elements appear in each viewport. You’ll also learn how to manipulate the filters for multiple views at once using the Configure All option or by selecting multiple view panels.

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