Setting up a multipass render


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Setting up a multipass render

Multipass rendering is the process of breaking your image from CINEMA 4D into specific layers that correspond to the image channels that make up your final image. What we're going to end up with is the ability to control virtually every aspect of our rendering inside of After Effects. It takes a little bit of set up in the render settings here in CINEMA 4D, but it's worth the time. This is our Multipass-render-START file. It's based on the previous movie. So we've got our External Compositing tag set, we've got our Compositing tag set with our object buffers.

Everything is ready to go. So let's go into the Render Settings, Command+B or Ctrl+B. And first thing we want to double check is under the output options that we're going to be rendering, the correct size and the correct number of frames, and we are; 640x360, and 0 to 89. Now what we want to do is to go to the Multi-Pass settings. The Multipass is on and you can see that I've got my object ...

Setting up a multipass render
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Setting up a multipass render provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D Essentials 5: Rendering and Compositing

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3D + Animation Video
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