Check out this short tutorial that shows how Corona’s interactive viewport can save time.
A lof of the render engines these days will have an IPR or interactive viewport, and Corona Render is no different. IPR’s are useful because it is an actual view of the scene as any other viewport would be. You can move the view and select and change objects and see updates while you work.
This new tutorial from the Corona Render team shows how you can use the interactive viewport within Cinema 4D. The tutorial explains that there are a couple of ways to spin-up an interactive render. The tutorial also covers working with GPU settings along with all the other parameters that will allow you to fine-tune the IPR.