Python Plugin


Multipass, Object Buffer, Rendering


Tomas Sinkunas

Renomi v.1.1

Renomi is Python driven Cinema 4D plugin that helps you organize your rendered image sequences and maintain your Object Buffer names.

Supported C4D releases: R12, R13, R14, R15
Required C4D modules: -
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What is it?

When rendering Multi-Pass sequences to image files you end up with hundreds of files in one folder - NOT the best way to work. Imagine each pass to be in its own folder? This way you maintain clean and tight file and folder structure - RENOMI does that!!!

Cinema 4D does not respect your renamed Object Buffers names - RENOMI fixes this issue!!!


  • Rename rendered files to match their names in Render Settings (Object Buffer especially),
  • Move each renderpass to appropriate folder (Shadow images to Shadow folder, RGBA images to RGBA folder etc),
  • Update Compositing Project File to match new names and paths.

More features in Online Documentation

Not yet supported:

Some features are not implemented in Renomi v1.0. However, plugin is in development, so new updates will follow pretty soon.

  • Separate Lights feature is not supported yet.
  • Stereoscopic render is not supported.

Renomi documentation


Release Notes

v1.12. September 16, 2013
  • Now works on Cinema 4D R15;
  • Added support to all Compositing Project Files;
  • Renomi will work out different incremental formats (leading numbers) like ‘##’, ‘###’, ‘####’, etc;
v1.0.2.2. August 19, 2013

Discussion about this product

  1. Reply
    Oliver Tomann on November 14, 2014 at 3:50 pm

    Hi, is the actual Version of Renomi compatible to C4D R16?

    Oliver Tomann

  2. Reply
    Ben on October 21, 2014 at 3:26 pm


    How do i received updates? I am still on v1.1


    • admin on October 26, 2014 at 3:40 pm

      Hey Ben, please email your invoice ID to me and I will look into it. Bye, Robert (Admin)

  3. Reply
    xpez2000 on December 20, 2013 at 12:21 am

    Also what is cool is that once each pass is in a separate folder you can drag and drop the folders into after effects for INSTANT conversions to image sequences… no multi file importing and arduous traveling through directories, one by one, to import each pass into AE.

  4. Reply
    Craig Chupinsky on September 9, 2013 at 8:05 pm

    I know that this is Python driven and should work with versions R12 and up, but to make sure, is this R15 compatible?

    • Tomas Sinkunas on September 11, 2013 at 2:55 pm

      Hi Craig. has Renomi version 1.0 that works for R12-R14 and not for R15. By the time R15 was released, website didn’t host plugins for R15. Admins promised that web update will come shortly, so I will upload Renomi v1.1 for R15 here on in short time.

      Please contact me via my email if you have more concerns. Thank you.

    • Tomas Sinkunas on September 19, 2013 at 11:57 pm

      As off this day RENOMI if fully compatible with Cinema 4D R15.

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