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17 comments:

Anonymous said...

any clues on multi-pass render out of C4D with Vray? Do you have to use internal C4D multipass setting with the Post Effect - option activated? Last time i tried it only seemed to work that way? Cheers :)

josef bsharah said...

yes you use C4D's MultyPass but only whit RGBA & Post Effects

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-az777jansTk/TqUlnZsWCaI/AAAAAAAAAk4/_23v2j62c8k/s1600/Multypass.png

bacardi said...

Ah i see, thank you:) Have you tried the C4Ds net with Vray as well? I have two machines at home and i really should get into it :)

josef bsharah said...

no actuality .. you can try and tell me :) ..AFAIK it works with Vray

bacardi said...

Yeah, i'm getting a new machine soona and that's going to be some horsepower combined with my other one ;) And i'm definetely going to try it :)

imran said...

Can we get this sample files...?

josef bsharah said...

you mean the scene ?

imran said...

yes.

gustaira said...

Thanks for showing the vray multipass setup :)

josef bsharah said...

thanks gustaira .. also i recommend Auto ID plugin to randomize materials id's

http://vrayc4d.com/manuals/files/plugins

@imran

sorry .. cant do !

Anonymous said...

Hi, I just did a setup you shown. but I didnt get normal shadow layer, its like mask... please help me:)

josef bsharah said...

hmm ... strange can you post a photo please .. and jive some details about the passes you used .. and also make sure you have the layer mode correct in photoshop

Anonymous said...

I don't know if its important, but i use C4d 11.5 and vray 1.2.5.5. Its a settings wich I used: http://i1178.photobucket.com/albums/x371/Andrius_Raudonikis/before.jpg
Here's the result: http://i1178.photobucket.com/albums/x371/Andrius_Raudonikis/AFTER.jpg
And in photoshop(this is from other angle, but the result is the same as first render):
http://i1178.photobucket.com/albums/x371/Andrius_Raudonikis/in_photoshop.jpg

Maybe I make some silly mistakes, or is it other problems? I just want to get the shadow layer like you shown before (first in the row). thank you very much

josef bsharah said...

oh i see .. its all good actuality but the first photo on the row is not a shadow pass .. its an AO pass done manually using vray dirt as override material .. just make a new advanced material with vray dirt and add it to the override slot in vray options :) .. if you like i would recored a quick video tut about that

josef bsharah said...

also i recommend updating your vray to 1.2.6 for newer projects

Anonymous said...

No thank, dont waste you time for now. i will try to do it my self :) but if i have some problems i will post. and thanks for recomendations about updating.
But maybe you know direct way to render a picture with a saparate smooth shadows? Because I just want to put shadows on my 2d plan, and architectural elevation. the friend of mine is rendering with c4d (without vray)and with multpass he get separate smooth shadows.

josef bsharah said...

i did some tests to find a way but no luck .. AA is not supported .. i suppose the only way is to wait for 1.3 !

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