Author Topic: volumetric fog lines  (Read 1027 times)

2021-06-01, 21:50:28

MARDUK

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volumetric fog lines

First of all, be aware that there are prior questions about these matters
But all for the Max
And here I am talking about the lines how they appear
I did experiments, but it didn't show any lines like that
Is there a certain way someone can help me?


2021-06-02, 01:15:33
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TomG

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All the advice etc. given for Max would apply to C4D, the principles are exactly the same :)

2021-06-02, 01:17:20
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TomG

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So, as well as revisiting the prior questions you've looked at safe in the knowledge that the advice and information there is applicable to Corona in C4D too, you can also check out things like the 5 part tutorial
and other videos on our channel. Other than the differences in the UI, the settings in the volumetric materials, lighting, scene set up, etc. is the same.

2021-06-02, 02:11:16
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MARDUK

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So, as well as revisiting the prior questions you've looked at safe in the knowledge that the advice and information there is applicable to Corona in C4D too, you can also check out things like the 5 part tutorial
and other videos on our channel. Other than the differences in the UI, the settings in the volumetric materials, lighting, scene set up, etc. is the same.


You have already seen this video brother before
I followed all the instructions and the lines did not appear correctly

2021-06-02, 09:07:18
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Cinemike

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If you are using a cube to contain the volume, make sure your camera is outside that cube.

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2021-06-02, 12:09:32
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Beanzvision

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We also cover Crepuscular rays in one of our helpdesk articles. That can be found here: https://help.c4d.corona-renderer.com/support/solutions/articles/12000047684-how-to-make-god-rays-with-corona-renderer-in-cinema-4d

I'm also attaching a sample scene for you. ;)

2021-06-03, 14:58:38
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MARDUK

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We also cover Crepuscular rays in one of our helpdesk articles. That can be found here: https://help.c4d.corona-renderer.com/support/solutions/articles/12000047684-how-to-make-god-rays-with-corona-renderer-in-cinema-4d

I'm also attaching a sample scene for you. ;)


thank you very much
Of course I downloaded the file and will review it and benefit from it

2021-06-03, 16:12:13
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Beanzvision

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