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Ive been using cienma 4d for about 4 days now. Did my first animation ever and started rendering. Everythin went okay after 44 frames (all frames 83).The last frame is a black picture. I rendered in psd as i checked a tip online.Its a simple animatin but i takes long becaus i dont have a good laptop i guess. Soo teah im a begginer in this so and tips on rendering are great 😄IMG_20200504_123007.thumb.jpg.769debffe05651a293a5c5f180e4bc83.jpgIMG_20200504_122705.thumb.jpg.487eca82371857d67171725330ca5c41.jpg

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Why use a camera ? Just print screen and paste to photoshop or the free irfanview then post up your images

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Check your project settings match your render settings you should not be rendering to fractional frames. Your timeline should be whole frame numbers.

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    Yeah i was in a hurry so i just took a picture and sent it here trought my phone 😅

    I set frame rate and fps to 25 . I used forester plugin for the tre and set a octane material emission(followed a tutorial for glow on yt). Its rendering really slow as u can see 9-12 min a frame :S And its a simple project only a tree and a lightbulb. I was palning to start an architecture like house project with realistic materials but i dont knwo if i need that of a beter computer or i can render on my laptop . Is there a faster way to render bcs if i do somethin more complex its gona take forever...I used octane render here. My idea was to make a growing tree in a lightbulb and as it grows the leaves turn blue/ purple (emissive materials octane) and as the picture shows it stoped when the leaves began to grow soo here are my laptop specs and thanks in advance 😄

    Intel Core i7-2640M @ 2.80GHz / NVIDIA GeForce GT 520M  

     

     

     

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    I'm afraid that system is somewhat tragically underspecc'd for 3D work, especially in the graphics card department. All your rendering is going to take a very long time if you use that with Octane...

     

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    Im no really in a position to buy a pc :S I guess i just try on this laptop and hope i get better in the future 😄 small steps can lead to big changes

    Il try to change colors or something idk ... Is there a render engine that does not eat that much of specifications ?

    Thanks in advance 😄
     

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    With that system, stick with a cpu based render engine. Redshift and octane are gpu engines, your gpu simply isn't suitable for 3D rendering. As a beginner, stick with standard or physical render engine that are built in.

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