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OctaneRender for Cinema 4D Essential Training

Release date:2018, June 7

Duration:04 h 59 m

Author:Andy Needham

Skill level:Intermediate

Language:English

Exercise files:Yes

OctaneRender is a popular third-party render engine for Cinema 4D. It renders images in a much shorter time than a standard CPU renderer. In this course, mograph artist Andy Needham introduces members to this critical tool for 3D modeling and design. It begins with a quick-start guide, designed to get you up and running with Octane in 30 minutes or less. Andy then explores the Live Viewer—the heart of the engine, which provides instant visual feedback on your project—and C4D layouts for Octane. Then dive deep into materials, including the blend and metallic materials introduced in Octane 3.08; the Octane lighting system; and the thin-lens camera, which enables effects such as depth of field and motion blur. Andy also reviews Octane Scatter, volumetric effects like fog, and the new Toon materials and lights. He shows how to optimize your render settings and use a multi-pass workflow to enable you to get the most flexibility and control over your scene. The course wraps up with a challenge that will allow you to practice your newfound skills.
Topics include:

  • 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
Table of Contents

Introduction
Welcome to Octane 1m 15s
Exercise files 41s
Before we begin… 1m 52s
1. OctaneRender for C4D
What is OctaneRender for C4D? 8m 54s
Why use OctaneRender? 3m 19s
Setting requirements to use Octane Render 1m 57s
2. Octane Quick Start: Rendering Your First Image
What we’ll create 40s
Frame the shot with a Camera 3m 40s
Add Materials 5m 48s
Add lights and an environment 5m 37s
Render settings and output 7m 37s
3. Understanding the Live Viewer
Tour of the Live Viewer interface 9m 43s
What else can the Live Viewer do? 7m 55s
Useful Live Viewer information 4m 55s
Create a C4D layout for Octane 5m
4. Working with Octane Materials
How are Octane materials different from C4D materials? 5m 10s
Create Octane Materials 13m 16s
Understanding the Octane node editor 6m 46s
Work with the Octane node editor 9m 13s
Work with material projections 5m 36s
Mix and blend Materials 10m 14s
Metallic Materials 9m 22s
Create a material that displaces geometry 12m
Create a subsurface scattering Material 6m 43s
Download materials using the Live DB 4m 50s
Manage textures 4m 42s
5. Working with Octane Lights and Cameras
How are Octane lights different from C4D lights? 3m 6s
Light a scene with Octane Lights 13m 33s
Mesh lights and sample rates 9m 22s
Work with daylight and environments 8m 43s
How are Octane cameras different from C4D cameras? 3m 41s
Depth of field 5m 12s
Motion blur 2m 53s
Camera post effects 9m 8s
6. Other Octane Objects
Octane object tag 5m 57s
Hair and particles 4m 20s
Octane scatter 8m 52s
Volumetric light effects and fog 9m 42s
Toon materials and Lights 9m 8s
7. Rendering with Octane
Common render settings 6m 40s
Understand priority settings 1m 52s
Optimize scenes and render settings 8m 23s
Create render settings presets 1m 14s
Octane multipass workflow 7m 54s
Rendering animation 8m 13s
8. Challenge
Challenge overview 1m 51s
Solution 11m 3s
Conclusion
Next steps 1m 29s

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001 Welcome to Octane
002 Exercise files
003 Before we begin…
004 What is OctaneRender for C4D_
005 Why use OctaneRender_
006 Setting requirements to use Octane
007 What we’ll create
008 Frame the shot with a camera
009 Add materials
010 Add lights and an environment
011 Render settings and output
012 Tour of the Live Viewer interface
013 What else can the Live Viewer do_
014 Useful Live Viewer information
015 Create a C4D layout for Octane
016 How are Octane materials different from C4D materials_
017 Create Octane materials
018 Understanding the Octane node editor
019 Work with the Octane node editor
020 Work with material projections
021 Mix and blend materials
022 Metallic materials
023 Create a material that displaces geometry
024 Create a subsurface scattering material
025 Download materials using the Live DB
026 Manage textures
027 How are Octane lights different from C4D lights_
028 Light a scene with Octane lights
029 Mesh lights and sample rates
030 Work with daylight and environments
031 How are Octane cameras different from C4D cameras_
032 Depth of field
033 Motion blur
034 Camera post effects
035 Octane object tag
036 Hair and particles
037 Octane scatter
038 Volumetric light effects and fog
039 Toon materials and lights
040 Common render settings
041 Understand priority settings
042 Optimize scenes and render settings
043 Create render settings presets
044 Octane multipass workflow
045 Rendering animation
046 Challenge overview
047 Solution
048 Next steps
Ex_Files_OctaneRender_Cinema_4D_EssT.zip

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