MovieType for Cinema 4D is a huge collection of professionally designed presets and tools for creating dynamic, movie trailer-style graphics fast.
MovieType includes over 400 presets which used individually or combined, enable you to capture the essence of blockbuster movie type looks.
MovieType puts the key tools for creating impactful animation at your fingertips, allowing you to work faster and spend more time designing and doing the fun stuff.
The Type, Camera, Light, Material, Scene and Graphic Element presets can be combined in countless ways for both popular and truly unique looks.
As professional motion graphic designers, we built MovieType to allow us to work faster and produce consistently great looking work every time. MovieType gives you a creative head start and fast tracks many repetitive tasks which steal valuable design time. Spending less time in 3D gives you more time to focus on compositing in applications such as Adobe After Effects, to finish the look.
MovieType isn’t a plug-in, it’s a set of tools which bring together the most useful features of Cinema 4D including Dynamics and MoGraph for creating cool, cinematic text looks. If you want to further customise your looks you still have complete access all of the Cinema 4D tools. Whether you mix and match presets or start from scratch with one of the intuitive tools, with MovieType you’ll be creating professional quality looks in minutes not hours.
New Material Library
MovieType 2 includes a library of over 400 materials, from dark and grungy to bright and colourful.
MovieType 2 includes dozens of easily modifiable, organic and geometric backgrounds.
New Grid Tool
MovieType 2 includes a Grid Tool for creating dynamic MoGraph backgrounds quickly and easily.
New Tunnel Tool
MovieType 2 includes a Tunnel Tool for creating complex tunnel-style backgrounds and more.
New Dust Tool
MovieType 2 includes a new Dust Tool perfect for adding extra detail and depth to your scenes.
Just Type? No Way!
The MovieType toolset can be used to enhance any Cinema 4D scene. Try it with logos, models, anything.