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Sreckom

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    Srecko
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    Micic
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  1. No need for single character of Vex code if you want to do that, plus there are several ways of doing it without Vex. But lets not go offtopic, I can send you screenshot if u want.
  2. No need for scripting either. But if you need more control VEX is there.
  3. And this is only for Americas territory?
  4. Why would you even use AO with Redhsift? Also throw some refractions and reflections in scene and see how render times are different ...
  5. I do not think it has anything to do with license. Something else happened there. You might used digital asset from Apprentice or something like that.
  6. To be fair, with Houdini you can do more without coding than with any other app out there. It is just that for TDs it is more practical to code in VEX than to use VOP nodes or other nodes to get results they want.
  7. Hmmm for me here it would probably be 1000EUR ... MODO permanent license is 1600 EUR. I hate resellers business :D
  8. Well it is you pay for farm, new gear or render on ur machine :D 8000 frames is lot, and 800$ is around something you would probably get elsewhere too.
  9. On Dell XPS laptop with 4K resolution and scaling of 250% C4D looks too blurry. When I was checking (version 17) C4D was DPI Unaware in windows 10, thus crappy look. For example Blackmagic Fusion and Houdini are and they look amazing on every scaling option. MODO also looks too blurry and does not scale well.... Not sure is this changed in v19 though.
  10. I would not agree on this part, you can do A LOT before even touch VEX or Python.
  11. Yeah I do agree. Apologize :D
  12. Thing is that you can be much faster in Houdini than in C4D. That is the point. You build tool once, and rebuild it and improve if needed. You can tailor it your requirements, thus make it even more faster. With C4D you get tools tailored to what most artist use, zero effort on your side, but as soon as you need more, you are stuck. Someone will never get to that point, and it is perfectly fine, but for others it is different. Most of XSI user base did switch to Houdini, most of C4D TDs I know switched or are in process of switching to Houdini. Indie made many hobby artist do the same. You just can not ignore that momentum. Most of large game facilities are using Houdini to QUICKLY build their worlds... Yeah, movies were made before Houdini, but today no one will make Jurasic Park the way it was made first time.... Things evolve you know.

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