This tutorial from http://www.raeven.be/ shows the basic funcionality of Team Render, both for rendering stills and animations.
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This tutorial by ShepperdOneill gives you a quick look at creating custom tabs and palettes to make it easier to find tools and commands.
In this tutorial EJ Hassenfratz explains a couple very simple ways that you can effect Light Objects intensity in Cinema 4D using effectors. He shows you techniques you can use to “turn on/off” lights as well as a gradual light fade on/off. He also goes over another use for this method to create a noise meter animation where meter bars light up and glow, all controlled with an effector. Last he shows how to use a combination of Cappucino & Mograph to animate the noise meter to look like it’s reacting to crowd noise and how to sync it with a shaking camera as shown in the example.
Microfloaties is free from Joelotron.com and handy for adding floating dust to your Cinema 4D scene. This could been done with a particle generator in After Effects but it’s only a small render hit in Cinema and looks great.
Original post on Joel Otron: http://joelotron.com/2012/06/01/microfloaties-rig-for-cinema-4d/
In this tutorial, The Pixel Lab shows you how to use Greebler. Greebler is a Cinema 4D plugin created by Kuroyume’s DevelopmentZone. It embellishes surfaces of an object with detailed objects. This is a very useful tool with various options to populate the detailed geometry.
“Any time you need more complex, detailed geometry to give the impression of massive detail, this plugin will be very useful!”
Ben Benton from UK shows you how to create your own HDRI from your own C4D scenes.
in this video I’ll be introducing you to the new Camera Morph tag in R14 of C4D. Similar things have been available as plugins and scripts in the past but it’s great to see maxon add it natively and it is a great implementation.
Be sure to check out motioneers.net and pariahstudios.co.uk for more
In a future tutorial I will be showing you how I graded the final shot, so check back or subscribe so I can let you know when it is uploaded.