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Old 28 February 2015, 21:11   #10
Michael Sykes
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Originally Posted by Steve T View Post
Inverse square falloff for the fills? If you can get away with it, it can better - mainly for speed - to avoid GI.
Who cares about speed? The software was desinged with a cpu with 25-50Mhz in mind and maybe 128Mb ram.And that was what I was using C4D on myself for some years.
Now that I have the equivalent of a 1Ghz 040 under the hood you can do some really crazy things like set an insane number of lights with only 1% intensity and soft sadows around the scene.

EDIT: the scene got also a treatment with the very nice darkglow and glow filter in arteffect4.Two excellent plugins for finishing a scene.They are on some AE plugin disk and in the aminet.
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