- [Instructor] So here we are with our scene…and we have our sunglasses here.…And our goal at this stage is to frame up…the shot using an Octane Camera.…Now what we want to do before we begin…is make sure that we can see the live viewer.…So we'll come over to the Octane menu…and choose live viewer window.…And that opens up and we can just dock it…by just grabbing this gripper button here…and just as you can see…putting it in our interface like so.…
Now I'm gonna right click and I'm just gonna…hide this window title.…Give ourselves a bit more space.…And what we can do immediately is just…send this scene to the Octane render.…Just by clicking this button.…It's gonna take a second to send the data.…And there we have it.…So we have our sunglasses and we can see now…if we just move the default camera…we're getting this instant update in the live viewer.…Let's get an Octane camera and start framing up this shot.…
Come over to objects and use Octane camera.…And this is just the same as taking a regular…old Cinema 4D camera,…
- What is OctaneRender?
- Framing shots
- Adding materials and lights
- Rendering your first image
- Using the Live Viewer
- Creating Octane materials
- Mixing and blending materials
- Working with lights and cameras
- Rendering objects such as hair, particles, and fog
- Creating render settings presets
- Rendering animation
Skill Level Intermediate
After Effects CC 2018: VFX Essential Trainingwith Alan Demafiles4h 20m Intermediate
1. OctaneRender for C4D
Why use OctaneRender?3m 19s
2. Octane Quick Start: Rendering Your First Image
3. Understanding the Live Viewer
4. Working with Octane Materials
5. Working with Octane Lights and Cameras
6. Other Octane Objects
7. Rendering with Octane
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