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How do I create an arnold mesh volume in Arnold 5 C4DtoA

I've been trying to follow the tutorial from arnold, but I can't find the Arnold Mesh Volume tag in C4DtoA. Otherwise I'd be able to follow the tutorial easy - perhaps I deleted something in my installation which is why it's not there? Or I'm just being stupid. Here's a screenshot:

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Hi, which C4DtoA and C4D versions are you running?

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Hi Ben,

Cinema 4D R18.048

C4DtoA 2.02, Arnold core 5.0.0.3

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Stephen Blair answered ·

You need C4DtoA 2.0.3

From the release notes at https://support.solidangle.com/x/iRRSAw

  • Support for polymesh volume containers
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