C4D Octane Lights – Spotlight and Projector Tutorial (Free Project)

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Today we’ll be looking at Octane lights in C4D. We’ll build a few lighting setups in Cinema 4D including a Spotlight, Window lights and a Movie Projector.

You can download the free project file too and use it in your own motion graphics work. Let me know if you found it useful!

Download Project File Here ➜ https://gum.co/EsfO

Get the Statue Model Here ➜ https://bit.ly/2uCCrmT

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  1. Hello Dave,i have the same cinema 4d r19,the same octane in it,but i have always the same report:”There is no cuda device which is selected…”.I have Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Super.Can you help me?

    1. Hi mate, Id suggest getting in touch with Octane support, they’ll help you out much better than I could with hardware issues;)

  2. Man, just so happy to land on one those tutorials that gets right into the helpful bits in a concise way that doesn’t bore me to death either! Thank you!

  3. hi there!, when i change the env color to black nothing changes? is there any reason why ? and also do you mind if i use this project file as a light room for my publicly posted c4d render? not making any money off of it just sharing my progress and practice

  4. Troubleshoot solve: If you find your projector only playing the first frame of your video and then playing the rest of the video as black (this is the problem I had), make sure that your JPEG sequence (or png or tiff etc) is inside your “tex” folder, which is next to your project file.

  5. Anybody know how to do separate shadow pass on layer in Photoshop in octane? Thanks!

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