Understanding Octane Render for Cinema 4D

Master the fundamental principles of rendering with world’s first GPU based renderer.
Covers features up to version 2.11

Note: We’ve uploaded a series of free Octane Render tutorials that greatly overlap and exceed the information contained in this product. We highly recommend checking them out before purchasing this commercial training.

 


Table of Contents:

01. Program Overview

– Dialog Panel
– Live Viewer
– Octane Settings

02. Materials

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

03. Shaders

– Overview
– Color and Spectrum
– Glossy
– Image Texture
– Generators
– Mappings
– Special
– Native Shaders
– Transform – Free Sample
– Projection
– Mediums
– Displacement

04. Live Data Base

05. Lighting

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

06. Object Tag

07. Camera

– Thin Lens
– Imager
– Post Processing

08. Motion Blur

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

09. Rendering Hair

10. Render Settings

– Direct Lighting – Free Sample
– Path Tracing & PMC
– Info Channels
– Other

11. Rendering Animation

12. Bonus – Trailer Project File


01. Program Overview – Dialog Panel, Live Viewer, Octane Settings

02. Materials – Creating Materials, Diffuse, Glossy, Specular, Mix, Portal

03. Shaders – Overview, Color and Spectrum, Image Texture, Generators, Mappings, Special, Native Shaders, Transform, Projection, Mediums, Displacement

04. Live Data Base

05. Lighting – Overview, Texture Environment, HDRI Environment, Daylight, Mesh Emission, Volume Emission, Light Tag, Distribution, Efficiency, Visibility

06. Object Tag

07. Camera – Thin Lens, Imager, Post Processing

08. Motion Blur – Camera Motion Blur, Object Motion Blur, Vertex Motion Blur, Rendering

09. Rendering Hair

10. Render Settings – Direct Lighting, Path Tracing, PMC, Info Channels, Other

11. Animation Rendering

12. Bonus – Trailer Project File



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