Sims 4 Tutorial:How to Organize and Clean Out your Sims 4 CC (Custom Content) with Sims 4 Studio

This tutorial is specially written for my friend Lisa McMaster-Baldwin and for all of my CC addict fellow simmers.With the release of Sims 4 Studio version Sugar the team introduced an amazingly new feature of Custom Content management for both players and CC Creators so that we can organize and clean out our CC with ease.In this tutorial I'll show you how to manage your Sims 4 cc collection with Sims 4 Studio.

Required:

You need to download and install   Sims 4 Studio Version Sugar

*You need to be registered to the Sims 4 Studio forum site before you can download*

Steps of Managing your Sims 4 CC:

1.Open Sims 4 Studio. By default Studio is set to look for your game files in the typical installation location. If you installed your Sims 4 game in a location other than the typical one then Sims 4 Studio will ask you to configure your Sims 4 Documents folder path and Sims 4 game folder path. Simply browse and select your Sims 4 game folder and your Sims 4 documents folder.

sims 4 tutorial on organizing and cleaning out your sims 4 cc (custom content),mods with Sims 4 Studio

sims 4 tutorial on organizing and cleaning out your sims 4 cc (custom content),mods with Sims 4 Studio



2.Write your name under “Creator’s Name”. Don’t worry your name won’t replace the other cc creators' names in cc files.


sims 4 tutorial on organizing and cleaning out your sims 4 cc (custom content),mods with Sims 4 Studio

3. Click on “My CC” button.

sims 4 tutorial on organizing and cleaning out your sims 4 cc (custom content),mods with Sims 4 Studio

It’ll show all of your CC in a list on the left sidebar and there is also a search bar on top of the left sidebar to search for any CC by writing its name or part of its name or creator’s name of the cc.

sims 4 tutorial on organizing and cleaning out your sims 4 cc (custom content),mods with Sims 4 Studio


4.Select any CC you want. For the sake of this tutorial I chose one of my own CC creations. You can see how your selected CC looks in game in the 3D Preview window.

sims 4 tutorial on organizing and cleaning out your sims 4 cc (custom content),mods with Sims 4 Studio

Click on the 3D Preview window. Use your mouse scroll button up and down to zoom the view in and out respectively. Click and hold the mouse scroll button and move the mouse pointer up/down/left/right to move the object view. Click and hold the mouse right button and rotate the mouse pointer to rotate your object view.Here I've zoomed and rotate to view my teapot properly.

sims 4 tutorial on organizing and cleaning out your sims 4 cc (custom content),mods with Sims 4 Studio

5. Click on any of the swatches to see the color/texture variants available for an cc object.

sims 4 tutorial on organizing and cleaning out your sims 4 cc (custom content),mods with Sims 4 Studio

6.Change the tags if you wish though I don’t recommend it for players other than creators because sometimes it will break your cc or make your CC not appear in game if you apply wrong tags.

sims 4 tutorial on organizing and cleaning out your sims 4 cc (custom content),mods with Sims 4 Studio

7.Click on the "Delete" button if you want to delete the cc from your Mods folder.

sims 4 tutorial on organizing and cleaning out your sims 4 cc (custom content),mods with Sims 4 Studio

Or click on "Save" button to save any changes you have made to the cc.

sims 4 tutorial on organizing and cleaning out your sims 4 cc (custom content),mods with Sims 4 Studio

Feel free to comment below if you need any help regarding this tutorial.Besides the regular blog comment box,you can comment through the Facebook comment box below.You can also contact me via Email by using the contact form under "Contact Me" in the left sidebar of this page.

Sanjana Tasnim Rahman Sanjana

I've been addicted to The Sims series games since the release of Sims 1.My all time favorite is Sims 3 though currently enjoying Sims 4.Besides playing the Sims 4 I love to create custom contents for it,in fact creating custom content for Sims 4 has become my new addiction.

6 comments:

  1. Thank you for this tutorial. I find it suitable for buy and build objects but does not suit CAS CC like hair, makeup etc as these do not show up like in game in Sims 4 Studio

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    1. You're welcome and I noticed it too that hair,make ups shows up without a Sim model.May be this issue will also be fixed in near future.

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  2. TY and BIG hugs Sanjana .. it saved me from DAYS of sorting!! You are awe"sim" ...

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  3. A very useful tut!!! Thank you so much!!!

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