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Getting Started in Octane Renderer! – Cinema 4D Tutorial

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In this MAXON Cinema 4D motion graphic tutorial we are going to be taking a look at how to get started in Cinema 4D using Octane renderer to create a 3D airplane. From acquiring high-resolution assets to producing materials in Cinema 4D using Octane materials, this tutorial is a jump start guide for beginners on Octane in Cinema 4D.

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00:00:00 Intro
00:00:55 Finding good quality 3D assets
00:02:12 Buying Octane Render for Cinema 4D
00:02:56 Octane for Cinema 4D basics
00:03:38 Octane & Cinema 4D materials
00:07:43 HDRi in Octane
00:11:00 Ambient Occlusion vs Diffuse GI
00:12:18 Octane Camera & Depth of Field
00:12:46 Bloom and Glow
00:13:22 Hotpixel Removal
00:13:52 Improving your render
00:14:37 Animating
00:15:00 Adding a target camera
00:15:22 Rendering with Octane


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