A Good Introduction to Lighting in Redshift C4D

Merk Vilson Helps New Redshift C4D Users Get Up to Speed With Lighting With the GPU Renderer

Just getting started with Redshift C4D? Have a look at this 15-minute walkthrough by Merk Vilson and James Mauger. It’s an excellent overview of all the lighting tools available in addition to all the essential settings and what they do.

In this video, Merk Vilson walks you through an introduction to lighting in the Redshift plugin for Cinema 4D

Redshift C4D, like any other render engine, offers a range of lights that you can use with your scenes. You will be able to find all the familiar light-types under the Redshift Lights menu, including Infinite, Point, Spot, Area, Dome, IES, Portal, and Sun.

Redshift has undoubtedly made waves as the fastest production-based GPU renderer since its release. As a biased renderer, Redshift is easily able to meet the demands of production rendering, where other GPU renderers fall short.

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