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Cinema 4D Beginner's Guide by Jen Rizzo

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Render settings

Now that we've set our keyframes and worked on our motion paths, we should see how the whole piece flows together. Depending on the speed of your computer and the complexity of your scene, you may simply be able to hit play and see a draft rendering. Keep in mind, though, that this may be playing much slower than intended; the computer will play through as quickly as possible, which will most likely not be at 30 fps. At this point you can either create a preview render, or you can create a full render—what you do is up to you and depends on how much available time you have for your renders. You can turn render settings down; turning off ambient occlusion and global illumination are easy fixes, but there is also a better way if ...

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