- [Instructor] Let's look at how we'd add…volumetric lighting and fog to our scenes.…So the first thing we're gonna at is a method of adding fog…using this object, well a cube,…but I'm just calling it a fog box.…If we come out of our camera,…when I enable it you can see it's just a cube.…And what we can do to make things a bit easier to see,…'cause when we come back into our camera…it's just gonna be nothing,…we can add a Cinema 4D display tag…and change this to use lines.…
That helps us out when we're in the viewport here,…but not so much in Octane.…So, what we need to do is start working with this.…So we will create a new material,…and it's going to be a specular material,…so we'll add in the specular material,…and once we drop that on the box,…we'll just jump into the camera.…So I'll open up the material,…and we want to change the index to one,…and we wanna take off all the reflections…so we'll turn that right down to zero.…
Let's make sure we've got fake shadows turned on,…so now we can start to see through this once again.…
- 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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