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Quick Tip: Setting Up A Dual Monitor Workspace In Cinema 4D

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This post is part of a series called Productivity and Building a Better Workflow.
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In this quick tip we are going to look at working with a dual monitor workspace in Cinema 4D. As you are about to see, utilizing a duel monitor setup is a huge time saver and helps a lot with being more productive as you work.

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Installing The Workspace File:

IF you want to use my workspace you need to download the workspace preset files and paste them in the following directory:

For Windows:
C:\Program Files\MAXON\CINEMA 4D R13\resource\res

Don't know about on Mac, but it should be something similar. Just search your Cinema 4D folder for the "resource" folder and then the "res" folder inside of it, and paste the files there.

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