Point Morph free plugin


Point Morph is a Cinema 4D r13/r14 plugin that helps user to create and animate complex poses quickly.
We developed this plugin in order to bypass some frustrating limitations of the PoseMorph Tag which is actually one of the best and easy tool to create and animate poses in Cinema 4D.

Point Morph works by copying the base pose into a new a new object so you can use tools like iron and slide that usually don’t work with PoseMorph because they modify the base pose even if you are working on a custom pose.

You can use all kinds of tools but of corse the custom pose need to have the same number of vertices of base pose.
Another interesting feature of Point Morph is the add track spline function.
By default the Pose Morph mix the poses using the linear transition, this is not a limitation but if you want to fix this behaviour you need to waste a lot of time finding the correct rotation point of the pose because there is no visual tool that helps you during this process.
Point morph can creates a spline for each point you need to animated over a path.

You can also flip your pose and spline tracks automatically with the Point Morph tools.

Point morph also creates automatically for you a controller object with user datas and xpresso script configured and ready to use…only in one click.

Last but not the least PoseMorph is available only Studio edition of Cinema, Point morph is free and downloadable from our store and works with all editions: PRIME, BROADCAST, VISUALIZE, STUDIO



This is an amazing plugin and for FREE, wow!!

Massive thanks!!


I also had a quick play with it. Great little tool!
Thanks very much!!



Thanks guys, we are working on upgrade this tools to release 2.0 with some other features from users feedbacks. Free for all.
Stay tuned!



Just updated right now for all C4Dzone users:



Thanks, very generous :wavey:


thanks for sharing :slight_smile: !


Great update with some cool refinements and extra tools, this is an awesome plugin!!


Wow. Great plugin. Thank you.


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