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3D render engines have a huge impact on your workflow, composition, and final animation. If you’re unfamiliar with how to use them, these engines can seem complicated and intimidating. Fortunately, we have a personal friend of Redshift here to make the intro. Who knows? This might be your personal meet-cute with the render engine of your dreams.
What are the benefits of using Redshift?
Redshift Render’s Latest Version utilizes your graphics card’s processing power to create photorealistic images remarkably faster than traditional rendering solutions thanks to powerful features like ‘Global Illumination,’ ‘Physical Sun and Sky,’ ‘Physically Correct Lights,’ ‘Denoiser,’ ‘Mesh Lights,’ and more! Please note, that quality and calculation speeds will vary depending on the scene, settings such as ‘Light adjustments’, ‘Ambient occlusion’ or ‘Sampling thresholds’, and your hardware’s capabilities.
Redshift is the world’s first fully GPU-accelerated, biased renderer. This means that the engine takes full advantage of your GPU to create photorealistic textures, lighting, and effects. As a biased engine, it makes estimates as to value in order to render out images faster (although this does mean a small tradeoff in accuracy). Redshift is offered through a subscription, although you can also bundle it with the Maxon One package. Once you have your license, you’re ready to rock.
In Cinema 4D, navigate over to the Redshift menu tab on the top, and let’s take a look at the Render View. Click on the Start/Stop Render button to begin the render. You’ll see your composition window mirrored but with Redshift rendering any inputs. Use your scroll wheel to zoom in and out of your render view. When you rotate your objects, your render will rotate as well. This shows you that the image is live and ready for you to get to work.
If you need to refresh your render, hit the Refresh icon to the right of the Start/Stop button. If you want Redshift to focus only on one area, use the Region button (looks like a crop symbol). There are two render modes in Redshift: Progressive and Bucket. Progressive favors speed over quality, while Bucket favors quality over speed. Depending on the work you’re doing, you’ll find the mode that works best for you.
CREATING A REDSHIFT MATERIAL
Double-click on the material to open up the Shader Graph.
Redshift uses a node-based shader graph to create any materials for your scene. For those of you who may not be familiar with node-based material workflows, it may seem odd from the outset, but you will get a handle on how this works. We’ll start slow. Where you’ll do most of your material work is inside the RS Material Node. Inside you’ll see all the options available for affecting the color, diffuse, reflection, refraction, and other main aspects of your material.
With our material applied to objects in our scene, we can dial in the color and reflection to start designing our final look. If you set your Viewport to show the render (in Viewport go to Redshift > Start IPR), you’ll see the effect take place instantly. Now we can play around with our Roughness and Reflection until we have our material close to our intended look. What is the material you’re trying to mimic? Always helps to use references to try to match the actual texture you’re wanting to recreate!
Aside from your standard RS Material node, there are many other nodes you can use. To view all the nodes at your disposal, you’ll want to pull up your Node Panel by going to View > Node Panel. Alternatively, you can also use Shift+C to call up the Commander and type in whatever node you need. Let’s create yet another material, again you can do this by going to your Materials panel and going to Create > Redshift > Materials.
Let’s name this one Glass. If you’ve never designed your own glass material, you’re in luck. Redshift comes with plenty of presets to get you started. Simply go to your Node Graph on the selected material and go to Presets > Glass. These presets are great learning tools since you can see all the settings needed to recreate the same material. Once you’re more comfortable with the Node Graph, you can experiment to create your own textures and materials.
CREATING A CONCRETE TEXTURE IN REDSHIFT
Now it’s time to add a concrete texture to our cone object so we can finish out our design. Create a new material, open your Node Graph, and open the Node Panel. Now let’s select Texture and add that to our graph. You can also drag and drop from your Explorer. Now, these textures aren’t connected to anything, which means they won’t affect our material. We have to connect them. Click the circle underneath the texture and you’ll see a line attached to your cursor. Now click on the blue bucket in the material node.
Now assign this to the correct property. Any Color textures will get the output into your Base Properties > Diffuse input channel. Now our Displacement Map needs to be routed through a Displacement Node to work, so drag an RS Displacement node from your panel (or search in your Commander) and then attach the map to the node. Attach the displacement texture as a Texture Map, then attach the Displacement Node to the Output Node Displacement input. We know these steps can seem confusing, but you are doing great so far. Trust us. This becomes second nature faster than you think.
- Using proxies, users easily send and receive groups of objects. Proxies allow users the shader, matte, and visibility flag.
- Redshift Render Crack supports a 2-step warp blur and multi-step transform blur.
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- Deeper support and layered EXR for 3D compositing.
- Shading tools and components such as a matte puzzle, depth, motion vectors, and more.
- There are many physical lens effects like ISO, shutter, vignette, color balance, and depth of field with bokeh texture.
Redshift’s System Requirements
- macOS 11.3 or later
- Windows 10 or later
- 8 GB of RAM
- Processor with SSE2 support (Pentium 4 or better)
- For Windows: NVIDIA GPU with CUDA compute capability 5.0 or higher and at least 8 GB VRAM
- For macOS: Apple M1 16GB and AMD “Navi” or “Vega” GPU or later with 8 GB VRAM or more. See GPU list below
- 16 GB of RAM or more
- Core i7 or Xeon equivalent, 3.0GHz or better
- For Windows: NVIDIA GPU with CUDA compute capability 7.0 or higher and 10 GB of VRAM or more. We recommend NVIDIA Quadro, Titan, or GeForce RTX GPU for hardware-accelerated ray tracing.
- For macOS: Apple M1 16GB or AMD “Navi” or “Vega” GPU or later with 8 GB VRAM or more.
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