In this new Cinema 4D 101 tutorial, I'll be going over a, more than likely, untouched feature inside of Cinema 4D called Cappucino. It's mainly used in conjunction with character animating, so unless you do a lot of that, I'm sure the only cappucino you know is the hot tasty kind. But there are so many other useful uses for it! So what does it do? Cappucino is simply a method of recording mouse movement in your viewport and converts it to keyframe data. Used creatively, it can be extremely useful, allowing you to do real time animation! In this tutorial I'll be showing you multiple ways to use Cappucino to easily add movement to an object, create a "write-on" effect, and ability to keyframe dynamics simulations live and interactively in your scene as you the simulation play out. I'll also go over some keyframe reduction techniques to smooth out the key track you created using Cappucino.