How to Composite C4D, Octane Renders With Fusion Studio

SilverwingVFX shows his process for rebuilding Octane images in Fusion Studio, including an ACES workflow.

This new tutorial from SilverwingfVFX (Raphael Rau) covers his process for recreating Octane/C4D renders in composite using Black Magic Design Fusion Studio. The tutorial also covers working with a color-managed workflow using ACES between the apps.

Rau often takes specific rendering techniques and does a deep dive showing off things like working with nested dielectricsray switch nodes, and working with cryptomatte.

This tutorial uses Octane Version 2022.1_R4, Cinema 4D Version 2023.1, and Fusion Studio 18.1.1.

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