- [Narrator] In this movie, we're going to focus…on the rendering information…at the bottom of the live viewer.…Specifically, this area where it says tries.…So, let's use a really simple example…to illustrate what's happening here.…So, we have a key primitive, and it has six polygons.…Let's fire up the live viewer,…and you can see now that the number of tries here is twelve.…That's because when you send the jump tree…to obtain each four sided polygon is divided into…a three sided polygod or triangle.…
So, as you build your scenes in Cinema 4D,…the amount of polygons will increase,…so press command I, control I, and you can see…the information about this scene.…We've got this number six in brackets,…and that's because we're just using a primitive.…If it was an editable polygon, it would be over here.…Just choose OK,…and what we can do now is come over to our cube,…and let's just change each of these segments to two,…and you'll see now that we have 24 polygons,…and we have 48 triangles.…
We can go again…to 10 on each side, and now we have over 1,000 triangles,…
- 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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