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KeyBox App launches The essential reference guide for Cinema 4D users

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Last Updated: March 1, 2011 12:08 am GMT
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(March 1, 2011) KeyBox, has been released on iTunes this week. Developed by Brett Morris and Patrick Teen, KeyBox provides users with a comprehensive list of Cinema 4D keyboard shortcuts for the iPhone and iPod Touch, designed to maximize productivity and efficiency whilst working with the software.

KeyBox allows users to explore shortcuts by visual keyboard, alphabetical list, through various function categories, or via the search bar.

KeyBox users will be able to utilize the visual features to practice, refresh and memorize vital keyboard commands, allowing them to become masters of Cinema 4D.

The application is designed to assist first time users learning how to operate Cinema 4D shortcuts and regular users who aim to decrease the time spent navigating the software.

KeyBox is a first of its kind reference facility that is easy to use, portable and efficient. Cinema 4D kicks off the KeyBox series, with future releases to include; After Effects, Photoshop,Illustrator and more.

For further information, please visit http://www.keyboxapp.com

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