5 Ways to Optimize Ambient Occlusion Renders in Cinema 4D

In this tutorial you’ll learn 5 ways to speed up your Ambient Occlusion rendering in Cinema 4D!

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Topics covered include:

• Learning how Ray Length settings can affect your render time
• Discover the difference between global AO vs. Material based AO
• How to render AO as a separate pass for compositing inside of After Effects
• Using AO Cache
• Baking AO into a texture & uses for game asset design

If you have any questions, be sure to post it in the comments section!  Did you know all 5 of these tips?  Which ones didn’t you know?  Do you have any tips to add to the list?  Let me know and post them in the comments!  Thanks for watching!

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