5 Great Tips for Octane Render in Cinema 4D

Dave Bergin Covers 5 Tips That Will Solve Issues and Have You Working Better in Octane.

Most render engines will have some similarities in setting and workflow. Of course, there will be a few, and one of them is Octane Render. Some settings are unique to Octane, as it is a GPU renderer. Dave Bergin from CGShortCuts has a look at five tips that can solve issues, and have you rendering better when using Otoy’s renderer for Cinema 4D.

Have you ever tried to render glass and had the specular and reflections appear faceted? Dave shows how easy a fix that one is, with one setting. Another tip includes how to let more light through glass than the allowed defaults. The rest of the tips cover saving and conserving RAM, how to work with native Cinema 4D Noise, and how to make objects double sided.