RealFlow Fluids inside Cinema 4D

RealFlow | Cinema 4D gives you the best in fluid simulation, directly inside Cinema 4D. Now you can achieve high-end simulations with an even easier workflow.


Why use RealFlow | Cinema 4D?


RealFlow | Cinema 4D 2.0 is built on RealFlow’s 10 Dyverso multiphysics solver – so you get the best in fluid simulation quality and performance, with an easy workflow.


Forget about going back and forth between 3D platforms . You no longer have to worry about network dependencies, permissions, or IP issues.


Make use of your favourite set of Cinema 4D tools. Just to name a few: Deformers, MoGraph objects, Thinking Particles workflows and native Cinema 4D falloffs.


RealFlow | Cinema 4D is GPU accelerated, supporting CUDA and OpenCL.

realflow c4d colliderWhat’s new in version 2.0?

RealFlow | Cinema 4D 2.0 adds some of the most recent RealFlow features, such as the new Multiphysics solver and the possibility for interaction between different fluids in the same scene. Cinema 4D users can now enjoy the faster and easier workflow inside the Cinema 4D interface, plus the latest RealFlow developments for their high-end small and medium scale fluids.

Here are just some of the new features and improvements:

  • New Multiphysics solver (Granular, Viscous, Viscoelastic, Rigid, and Elastic)
  • Force daemon and Killer daemon controllability with native Cinema 4D falloffs
  • Interaction between different fluids in the same scene
  • New Volume tag for objects
  • Possibility to have more than one Scene in the same document
  • Particle Skinner daemon


RealFlow | Cinema 4D 2.0 is built on RealFlow’s 10 Dyverso multiphysics solver – so you get the best in fluid simulation quality and performance, with an easy workflow.

Make use of your favourite set of Cinema 4D tools.
Just to name a few: Deformers, MoGraph objects, Thinking Particles workflows and native Cinema 4D falloffs.

Now it is possible to mix fluids with different properties. This includes not only liquids but all of our multiphysics materials (granular, viscous, viscoelastic) plus rigid and elastic.

Make sure RealFlow always sees your Cinema 4D object exactly the way you want it to. No matter if it is for collisions or emissions.

You can have more than one scene in case you want to test different variations of your sim, or multiple independent takes for the same project.

Avoid the emission of particles inside objects colliding with the fluid.

Decide which fluids will collide, set multiple collider tags for the same object or use textures to control collider parameters like the friction.

Only mesh your fluids without resimulating everything again. Excellent for fine tuning your mesh until you are happy with its look.

Give your particle instances a more natural look thanks to their variation on position, rotation and scale.

This Cinema 4D deformer lets your objects adjust their shape to RealFlow particles.

Cinema 4D falloffs are now part of RealFlow force daemons, making them more customizable than ever.

This exclusive feature of RealFlow | Cinema 4D 2.0 lets you decide down to the finest detail where and how particles are killed.

Alembic is now the only output format for RealFlow | Cinema 4D. And we have made sure that our files can be directly read by Cinema 4D with the new Axis Setup parameter.

The new Thickness parameter for the Spline emitter lets you create thick layers of fluid at just a click away.

Filter daemon has been improved with the possibility of using expressions, the Vorticity and Emitter ID as a condition of the new Randomness parameters.

New parameter “Fill mode” for Fill emitter to be able to use the same object for emission and collision.

What can RealFlow | Cinema 4D do?

Particle-Object Interaction – Use RealFlow nodes and Cinema 4D colliders together.

C4D splines as RF particle paths – Create splines in Cinema 4D and use them as fluid paths in RealFlow.

C4D materials as emission masks – Use Cinema 4D materials and textures for emitting fluid particles.

Crown splashes on demand – Create and customize crown splashes easily.

Use RF directly with C4D Mograph – Convert RF to thinking particles, use particle instances and tracer objects.

Easily configurable RealFlow wetmaps in C4D – Use a RealFlow WetMap Shader on any Cinema 4D geometry.

Super-fast meshing – Take advantage of a fast and easy-to-configure mesh engine based on the OpenVDB library


Comparison Chart

x Supported x Realflow 10.1 Exclusive x RealFlow | Cinema 4D Exclusive x Legacy

Features/Characteristics RealFlow | Cinema 4D 1.0 RealFlow | Cinema 4D 2.0 RealFlow

Dyverso Particles

Interaction between different fluids x x
Liquid-PBD Solver x x x
Liquid-SPH Solver x x x
Granular Solver x x
Viscous Solver x x
Viscoelastic Solver x x
Rigid Solver x x
Elastic Solver x x
Dumb Solver x x x
GPU support (CUDA and OpenCL) x x x
Wet maps x x x
Textured Parameters for Collision x x
Circle Emitter x x x
Square Emitter x x x
Sphere Emitter x x x
Linear Emitter x x x
Triangle Emitter x x x
Cylinder Emitter x x x
Bitmap Emitter x x x
Object Emitter x x x
Fill Object Emitter x x x
Spline Emitter x x x




k Volume Daemon x x x
K Volume Daemon Object mode x
k Age Daemon x x x
k Isolated Daemon x x x
k Collision Daemon K Volume Falloff x
k Sphere Daemon K Volume Falloff x
Gravity Daemon x x x
Attractor Daemon x x x
DSpline Daemon x x x
Wind Daemon x x x
Vortex Daemon x x x
Layered Vortex Daemon x
Limbo Daemon x
Tractor Daemon x
Coriolis Daemon x
Ellipsoid Force Daemon x
Drag Force Daemon x x x
Surface Tension Daemon x x x
Noise Field Daemon x x x
Magin Daemon x x x
Object Field Daemon x
Filter Daemon x x x
Sheeter Daemon x x x
Crown Daemon x x x
Ocean Force Field Daemon x
Particle Skinner Daemon (Deformer) x x
Special deformer to behave as rigid x
Special deformer to behave as elastic x
Falloff for K daemons x
Daemons Force Falloff x x


Hybrido fluid domain x
Hybrido secondary splash emitter x
Hybrido secondary wet emitter x
Hybrido secondary foam emitter x
Hybrido secondary bubbles emitter x
Hybrido secondary waterline emitter x
Hybrido Mist x


Caronte soft bodies x
Caronte rigid bodies x
MultiJoints x
MultiServos x


Particle Mesh VDB x x x
Particle Mesh x
Particle Mesh Legacy x
Hybrido Mesh VDB x
Hybrido Mesh x
Mesh Interactive mode x x x


Ocean surface x
Crest splash x
Object splash x
Maxwell Render Engine x x x
Maxwell FIRE x x x


Standard Particles x
Python Scripting Builtin Only Builtin Only x
C++ SDK x
Graphs x
Spreadsheet x
Retimer x
Alembic Stitcher x
Live simulation (interactive) x x
Thinking Particles compatibility x x
Native C4D splines support x x
Integration with builtin deformers x x
Integration with C4D Mograph x x
Multiple scenes in the same workspace x
Cache options per node (Mesh Only) x
Alembic import/export x x x
RealFlow RPC import/export RFConnect RFConnect x
OpenVDB import/export x



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