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Understanding Octane For C4D
Animation RenderingRender SettingsRendering HairMotion BlurCameraObject TagLightingLive DatabaseShadersProgram OverviewBonus Trailer Project Files

Understanding Octane Renderer For Cinema 4D

$ 50.00 USD

Totalling over two and a half hours, this fundamental training covers everything you need to know to master OTOY’s Octane Render For Cinema 4D

Understanding Octane Renderer For Cinema 4D
from InlifeThrill

Master the fundamental principles of rendering with the world’s first GPU-based renderer.

Covers features up to version 2.11

Totalling over two and a half hours, in this essential training we’ll take a look at the various features that come with OTOY’s Octane Render.

Sample Lesson: Shaders – Transform

Sample Lesson: Render Kernels – Direct Lighting

Program Overview

Table of Contents:
01. Program Overview

– Dialog Panel
– Live Viewer
– Octane Settings

Octane Materials

02. Materials

– Creating Materials
– Diffuse
– Glossy
– Specular
– Mix
– Portals

Octane Shaders

03. Shaders

– Overview
– Color and Spectrum
– Image Texture
– Generators
– Mappings
– Special
– Native Shaders
– Transform (Free Lesson)
– Projection
– Mediums
– Displacement

Octane Live Database

04. Live Data Base

Octane Renderer Lighting

05. Lighting

– Overview
– Texture Environment
– HDRI Environment
– Daylight
– Mesh Emission
– Volume Emission
– Light Tag
– Distribution
– Efficiency
– Visibility

Octane Renderer Object Tag

06. Object Tag

Octane Renderer Camera

07. Camera

– Thin Lens
– Imager
– Post Processing

Octane Renderer Motion Blur

08. Motion Blur

– Camera Motion Blur
– Object Motion Blur
– Vertex Motion Blur
– Rendering Motion Blur

Octane Renderer Rendering Hair

09. Rendering Hair

Octane Renderer Render Settings

10. Render Settings

– Direct Lighting (Free Lesson)
– Path Tracing & PMC
– Info Channels
– Other

Octane Renderer Animation Rendering

11. Rendering Animation

Bonus Trailer Project Files

12. Bonus – Trailer Project File

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About the trainer

Name: Dobromir Dyankov /
Field: Motion graphics designer/3D artist.
Part of the beta testing team for OTOY’s OctaneRender.
Location: Varna, Bulgaria
Comments From The Trainer: I invested a great deal of time and effort into this. I feel it’s a rather specific topic and certainly up untill now the information in this training isnt available anywhere else. When I say this I mean the official manual/documentation is not yet complete, it is half written. I’ve gathered most of the my knowledge during endless conversations with the developers or figuring out stuff on my own. I attach a great deal of value to this training.

After Effects CS3, CS4, CS5, CS5.5, CS6
Mac (10.6+) & Windows

JPG 8-bit
PNG 8-bit and 16-bit
AE Layers can also be used up to 32bpc

Nvidia & ATI, minimun 512MBs of memory.
Nvidia GeForce 8800, &9000 Series
Nvidia GeForce 200, 300, 400, 500, 600 Series
Nvidia Quadro FX Series 4000 and better.
ATI 3870 and better on Windows
ATI HD Series on Mac

For ideal performance we reccomend at least
a Geforce 285 or ATI 3870 with 1GB of VRAM.

Requires Cinema 4D R12 and newer to import inside Element.

It is possible to use Element on a network render farm but we do not reccomend or support it because inconsistencies of GPU rendering. Since Element renders with impressive speed on a single GPU it is ideal to pre-render any 3D elements before pushing to the render farm.


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