Working With Octane Light IDs in Cinema 4D and After Effects

SilverwingVFX shows how to work with light IDs in C4D and After Effects letting you tweak lights in post.

This new Octane quick tip from SilverwingfVFX (Raphael Rau) shows how to use Light IDs with Octane in Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects. Light IDs let you tweak lighting at the composite stage without re-rendering.

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.

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