Often we see things inside of Cinema 4D but never bother to explore them. The Quicktime VR Object was one of them for me, but I'm glad I checked it out as its a great tool for giving clients models to view.
In this tutorial I take you through the steps of creating a Quicktime VR Object and better understanding its settings.
Be sure to check out musecreative.net for more tutorials and Cinema 4D assets, including scene files, models and textures. If you have any requests for tutorials or you're battling with something Cinema 4D related, be sure to drop me a line and I'll do my best to help you out.
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