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Not sure what renderer to pick?! This might help!

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nerv    223
On 2/21/2017 at 4:59 PM, Rectro said:

Here is a video showcasing Vray put in the hands of some fantastic artists.  Truly brilliant art, and fantastic render engine Technology.

https://www.vray.com/showcase/#church-on-the-water

Dan

Oh my... 

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Flavius    0
On 2/21/2017 at 10:59 PM, Rectro said:

Here is a video showcasing Vray put in the hands of some fantastic artists.  Truly brilliant art, and fantastic render engine Technology.

https://www.vray.com/showcase/#church-on-the-water

Dan

Amazing...very courious how many weeks we're they rendering :)) But probably with some render farms.

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zeden    20

The most powerful renderers feature wise out there for C4D are Arnold and Vray. You just see that they are used in feature film production the way they handle things. They basically let you do everything, they eat it all. But they are slower than all the GPU renderer sadly while I have to say the new Vray in pathtracing mode is really fast for a Cpu renderer. Great engine.

I can recommend Octane. It is extremely fast, feature rich and now unlimited in polycount. And gets fast development. Redshift looks nice as well. The Gpu renderers are just made for all that mograph stuff.

But wait what MAXON is cooking with their new Pro Render Gpu engine. That for example looks nice:

http://pro.radeon.com/en-us/radeon-prorender-available-for-autodesk-maya-coming-soon-for-blender/

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nerv    223

MAXON just released another webinar: this time for Cycles 4D.  

This one revolves more around motion graphics than real-life visualization,  but it's still a good glimpse into how Cycles 4D fits into the C4D workflow. 

PS: I have no association to Cycles 4D or Insydium.  Just thought it'd be interesting to throw it into the mix, for comparison's sake. 

 

 

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Igor    459
1 hour ago, nerv said:

MAXON just released another webinar: this time for Cycles 4D.  

This one revolves more around motion graphics than real-life visualization,  but it's still a good glimpse into how Cycles 4D fits into the C4D workflow. 

PS: I have no association to Cycles 4D or Insydium.  Just thought it'd be interesting to throw it into the mix, for comparison's sake. 

 

 

I shared this on the blogs!

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nerv    223

@SIgor whoops! Missed that one, sorry.

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Igor    459

No worries, no biggy! ;)

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