Cinema 4D Tutorial - Converting Physical Renderer Scenes for Octane Render

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In this tutorial David Ariew (
) will break down this scene I made using Physical Renderer in a previous tutorial ( and demonstrate how it compares to an Octane Render workflow!

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Intro to HDRI Lighting Using Octane Render in Cinema 4D Topics Include:
• Converting Cinema 4D materials to Octane shaders
• Using HDRI images to light your scene in Octane
• Recreating non-compatible C4D textures using Octane Shaders
• Covering how different HDRI images affect a scene
• Brief overview of Octane render options
• Tips for optimizing your scenes render time

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