Octane Renderer for C4D – Real-Time Updates


Hello and welcome to “Real-Time Updates with Octane Render for Cinema 4D”. In this video tutorial we’ll the explore the reason that trigger real-time updates in Octane’s Live Viewer. Additionally, we’ll take a quick look behind the scenes to better understand why Octane works the way it does. Some of the most important paramters that will be covered include cameras, lights, materials and geometry-based updates. The “Object Tag” is another vital ingredient that plays huge role in optimizing a scene for animation rendering in the Picture Viewer. To cap it off you will learn a few things about materials and OpenGL previews, working with 3rd party particle engines and sub-sampling.

 

For more information about Octane Render please visit render.otoy.com

 Duration
14 minutes
 Language
English
 Resolution
1920x1080
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Inlifethrill - Tutorials Inlifethrill-Tutorials-24114 Octane Renderer for C4D – Real-Time Updates

Hello and welcome to “Real-Time Updates with Octane Render for Cinema 4D”. In this video tutorial we’ll the explore the reason that trigger real-time updates in Octane’s Live Viewer. Additionally, we’ll take a quick look behind the scenes to better understand why Octane works the way it does. Some of the most important paramters that will be covered include cameras, lights, materials and geometry-based updates. The “Object Tag” is another vital ingredient that plays huge role in optimizing a scene for animation rendering in the Picture Viewer. To cap it off you will learn a few things about materials and OpenGL previews, working with 3rd party particle engines and sub-sampling.

 

For more information about Octane Render please visit render.otoy.com

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