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  1. Keep hearing about Octane for C4D? Want to know more about how it works? Want to know about the required hardware? Is it worth the money? Absolutely! We'll guide you through it. Links: INLIFETHRILL DESIGNS - OCTANERENDER FOR CINEMA 4D http://inlifethrill.com/trainings/octanerender_for_cinema_4d/
  2. Hi All, Like many of you, I've recently transferred from CS6 to Creative Cloud. I do most of my work using a combination of C4D and After Effects so it was a pretty easy decision. So far I can't complain but now that I am nearing the completion of my first large scale project using CC I've encountered a problem that I was curious if anyone else ran into. I'm using the Cineware Module to import animated 3D elements as a part of a music video. Once imported I drop them in a comp and set the Renderer to "Standard (Draft)" to save time while working. Ive done this in between 75-100 instances through out the video. Now the video is almost done and I'd like to render a full quality draft. The only problem is that there doesn't seem to be a way to globally update the Cineware layers within the project (which are comp'd and pre-comp'd, used as Mattes etc) from "Standard (Draft)" to "Standard (Final)". Did I miss a simple button? It definitely seems like this is a feature that should exist. Going back through all the comp / pre-comps and manually selecting the correct Renderer could take hours / days. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks, Steve
  3. Hi All, Like many of you, I've recently transferred from CS6 to Creative Cloud. I do most of my work using a combination of C4D and After Effects so it was a pretty easy decision. So far I can't complain but now that I am nearing the completion of my first large scale project using CC I've encountered a problem that I was curious if anyone else ran into. I'm using the Cineware Module to import animated 3D elements as a part of a music video. Once imported I drop them in a comp and set the Renderer to "Standard (Draft)" to save time while working. Ive done this in between 75-100 instances through out the video. Now the video is almost done and I'd like to render a full quality draft. The only problem is that there doesn't seem to be a way to globally update the Cineware layers within the project (which are comp'd and pre-comp'd, used as Mattes etc) from "Standard (Draft)" to "Standard (Final)". Did I miss a simple button? It definitely seems like this is a feature that should exist. Going back through all the comp / pre-comps and manually selecting the correct Renderer could take hours / days. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks, Steve
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