What You'll Learn in This Video:
In this quick tip for Cinema 4D and Octane Render, David Ariew will show you his standard settings for motion blur in Octane, as well as what to do when motion blur errors or stops working entirely. This tutorial will show how to use transform, transform/vertex modes, and vertex speed modes, and setups include motion blur for character deformations, objects parented to the camera, and motion blur for fluid sims.
In this tutorial, David Ariew (arievvisuals.com
) gives a comprehensive overview of Otoy Octane Render for Cinema 4D & provides super helpful workflow tips while breaking down a scene from his Spaceman music video (vimeo.com/201978693).
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Otoy Octane Render Overview in Cinema 4D Topics Include:
• Learning about the inexpensive OctaneVR subscription option
• A brief overview of how Octane Render works inside of Cinema 4D
• Converting non-compatible C4D textures into Octane Shaders
• Covering Blackbody Emissions to allow geometry to emit light
• Overview of the Octane Node Editor to create slick Octane Materials
• Ways to reduce grain showing in your render with Light Sampling Rates
• Overview of Octane Camera controls and Depth of Field
• Using grunge maps from poliigon.com
• Brief overview of Octane render options
• Tips for optimizing your scenes render time
In this tutorial I'll show you how to make the see-through colored X-ray look you would find in an airport x ray machine. You'll learn how to dial in the opacity and dirt shader. Hope you find it useful!
You can find the model suitcase here: thepixellab.net/3d-travel-pack-30-c4d-models
And you can find the free weapon models here: thepixellab.net/freebies