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Lynda – Cinema 4D: X-Particles and Redshift Techniques

Lynda – Cinema 4D X-Particles and Redshift TechniquesX-Particles and Redshift Techniques

 

Cinema 4D: X-Particles and Redshift Techniques : View intermediate and advanced methods used to build a scene using the Redshift workflow for X-Particles. Instructor Ryan McCauley demonstrates a complete project, building a scene using emitters, xpInfectio, and Explosia FX. He shows how to render the scene using elements of X-Particles data with user data nodes in Redshift. Ryan also walks through ways to speed up a workflow and lookdev using caching and VDBs to import the particle simulations, providing faster playback that maintains access to needed render data. Most of these methods transfer over to other particle systems, including built-in C4D particles, thinking particles, and Houdini simulations.

Topics include:

  • Using X-Particles to generate particles
  • Rendering particles with the RS Object tag
  • Changing the look of particles with xpInfectio
  • Rendering xpTrails
  • Using Explosia to add interesting effects
  • Rendering Explosia FX using Redshift
  • Importing Explosia FX data
  • Using particles to emit Explosia
  • Importing, exporting, and using VDBs
  • Caching techniques

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