Cinema 4D Tutorial : Comprehensive Introduction to Maxwell Render
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In this series of tutorials, lasting more than 8 hours and 20 minutes, learn how to use Maxwell Render for Cinema 4D
Cinema 4D Tutorial – Comprehensive Introduction to Maxwell Render from Mograph Plus
In this series of tutorials, lasting more than 8 hours and 20 minutes you will learn a comprehensive introduction in how to use Maxwell Render for Cinema 4D.
Maxwell Render is an unbiased 3D renderer for making photo reallistic images, the good thing about Maxwell Render is that it is really straight forward, it just works.
Lights, cameras, materials, they are all real world and correct, what amazes Mograph Plus the most about Maxwell is the fact that there are very few technical concepts and rendering photoreallistic images couldn’t be easier.
The course starts by laying down a number of rules that are going to be extremely essential when working with Maxwell.
Then you are shown where to find different Maxwell tools and functions inside Cinema 4D as you walk through the general workflow to get your job down with Maxwell inside Cinema 4D.
The next two sections of the course are dedicated to discover Maxwell Material, first you learn what each and every parameter does in this powerful system, then you learn how to use Maxwell Material to create real world materials like plastics, woods, metals, transparent objects, fabrics and much more.
Mograph Plus has worked with different render engines and feels the way Maxwell handles creating materials is exceptional and the most complex materials may be created using this system.
Next, start learning about emitters and environment lighting as you walk through differnt types of emitters like area emitter, spot emitter and IES emitter. After that discover different types of environment lighting including sky dome, physical sky, image based lighting and … Multilight. Using the Multilight feature you can adjust every bit of your lighting during, or after your render, so if you want to change the intensity or the colour of your light after your render has finished, you can do that simply using Multilight.
Next you will learn about cameras in Maxwell, the camera in Maxwell was built to resemble real world cameras in every aspect. You will learn about exposure value, ISO, F-stop, shutter speed, depth of field, motion blur, lens and aperture, white balance and much more.
Then learn differnt render options in Maxwell. Learn how to use FIRE to interactively preview your scene, how to export still frames and animations, cover channels and multi-pass rendering in depth and learn about extra sampling that allows you to focus your resources on specific parts of your render.
In the final section of this course you will discover some of the Maxwell objects and tags including instancing in Maxwell, MXS refrence, Maxwell sea, Maxwell mesher, hair and grass tags, particle and volumetric tags.
Even though this course is geared towards Cinema 4D users, other users can also greatly benefit from it.
Maxwell is a great, solid, high-end, very straight-forward and easy to use renderer.
So … let’s start learning Maxwell!
Cinema 4D Tutorial – Comprehensive Introduction to Maxwell Render
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