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Something cool for DAZ users from Cinema 4D

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I would like to see how fast you can get it to render at 1080p. The rendered is quite customizable. It won't be realtime but i wonder what quality level you can get at the same speed as a max quality 3x3 iclone final render.
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jarretttowe (1/15/2016)
I would like to see how fast you can get it to render at 1080p. The rendered is quite customizable. It won't be realtime but i wonder what quality level you can get at the same speed as a max quality 3x3 iclone final render.


To answer your question --about 35 seconds from the time that I hit the render button to the Finished image at 1920 by 1080P. I work with Octane Render in Cinema so render time is about as fast as you can get. I may try Furryball RT one day, but right now I'm pleased with Octane and Cinema.
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I didn't really do anything to the scene yet because I've been working on my Genesis 3 Rig, but this will give you an idea of what it looks like. I'll do this scene again when I've got the shaders imported and worked out. In Daz Studio, I use the Redspect TGX Skin Shaders and I'm quite pleased with them. It's only recently that the Octane Plugin for DAZ allows you to export your shaders, so I will do this render again when I've got everything all set up, but I really want to get the animation rig working. Genesis 3 is too new, so I have to do the control rig myself in order to animate it. But I assure you when I have that completed, I will redo this so you can get an idea of the final render time with Hair and lighting. 
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