Thanks for posting your query on the forum. Yes, The Intel® oneAPI Rendering Toolkit includes libraries and advanced components that are industry-trusted building blocks. And one of these is Cinema4D. You may download and use the Intel® oneAPI Rendering Toolkit using the below link.
Important Note - Make sure to download and install the Intel® OneAPI Base Toolkit first and then add Intel® oneAPI Rendering Toolkit.
Download link for the Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit - https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/tools/oneapi/base-toolkit/download.html
Download link for the Intel® oneAPI Rendering Toolkit -
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Where can I find detail about what components of 4D Cinema are included with OneAPI Base or Rendering?
Is this installed on Windows, MacOS and Linux or just specific platform and versions?
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Adobe Creative Cloud installed Cine4D without user consent. They have an agreement with Maxon that if the 4DCine product is removed it will be reinstalled when creative cloud patches After Effects.
Cinema4D is not a component within the Rendering Toolkit. Cinema4D is a Maxon product. Some of the performance benefits were built with Intel Embree. Embree, in-turn, is one of the components in the Rendering Toolkit. See this announcement for an overview of how libraries were deployed with that product.
Many end user products use Rendering Toolkit libraries. Typically, end user products will either directly integrate Embree code and/or redistribute the Embree runtime library. The Rendering Toolkit download includes libraries, like Embree, targeted for those developing applications. Similarly, the OpenVINO Toolkit contains libraries for those developing high performance deep learning applications. A deep learning inference, end-user application may use libraries from the OpenVINO Toolkit. Downloads of the Toolkit are targeted for those developing deep learning inference based applications.
As a general rule, if you are interested in an end-user application it is best to go directly to the software vendor's website. Otherwise, If you are interested in developing such applications then you can access the related oneAPI toolkit from Intel.
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