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"Melange (Wiener Melange - German for "Viennese" and French for "Blend") is coffee with milk and is similar to a cappuccino but usually made with mild coffee (e.g. mocha), preferably caramelised." (Wikipedia). We find Melange is a fitting name for our file exchange and render connection library.

We hope this documentation will help you to develop with the Melange library for the award winning Cinema 4D.

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Copyright

The Melange SDK documentation is copyright © MAXON Computer GmbH, Friedrichsdorf, Germany.
Any form of unauthorized use, publication, reproduction, copying or changes to this document is not permitted without the written consent of MAXON Computer GmbH.

Disclaimer

MAXON cannot be held responsible for any damages to your code or project-schedule as a result of your study and use of this documentation or correspondence with our SDK-support team.
MAXON is not obliged to make any changes to the SDK at your request.

When using this reference or inquiring for support you do so at your own risk.

Content

The Melange SDK documentation is a publicly available reference. As such it is a growing document that is designed to help developers understand how to program with the Melange library.

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