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Hi, I saw this tutorial and it was new to me that I should uncheck "apply to project"
https://www.cineversity.com/vidplaylist/getting_started_with_cinema_4d_r20/getting_started_with_cinema_4d_part_20_introduction_to_multipass_rendering

at 02:11 
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also read about it in the help files and I am not sure why should I uncheck this if anyways I am rendering a multipass and there is not "baked" image with AO.... 
also found this thread where it seems helpful for OP
https://forums.creativecow.net/docs/forums/post.php?forumid=19&postid=887959&univpostid=887959&pview=t

so my question is, in what scenario exactly would I need to uncheck this? is it just for the case I want my RGB pass to not include AO? because if I render multipass, I don't see any difference when I composite my passes. 

Thanks

Edited by Cerbera
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1 hour ago, Roei said:

in what scenario exactly would I need to uncheck this?

If you didn't want AO applying to everything in the scene, and instead were applying to specific objects via a material.

 

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  • thanks @Cerbera I will look up this technique. 

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