Reset PSR: How to Center any Object in Cinema 4D
How to Add the Reset PSR Button to your Layout
- In Cinema 4D, right-click in the dark gray area next to the toolbar. Choose Customize Palette. A Customize Commands… palette will appear.
- In the Name Filter search area, search for PSR or Reset. Reset PSR will come up on the list.
- Drag Reset PSR to the layout to the point where you want it.
- To use, select any object, camera, or light, then tap the PSR 0 button. Watch in amazement on all the time you just saved.
Watch a video about the PSR Button
In case you are better with moving images, in this quick tutorial video, Matty Preston explains how to add the PSR button to your toolbar in Cinema 4D and how to use it. It’s a HUGE time saver.
S24/R25 Update: Reset Transformation
Note: The info below is from older versions of Cinema 4D. In S24, Reset PSR was changed to “Reset Transformation”. Find it under the Tools menu. The screenshot is from R25.
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Posted by Michele Yamazaki