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Redpill me on Arnold renderer. Aparently every VFX company uses it nowadays. Does it difer in quality depending on the application? Planning on using it for C4D.
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i only know that it displays textures in more accurate way

im sure it has more advantages
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>>559399
Dead simple to use. Doesn't fuck up renders or crash Maya like Renderman tends to do.

Supports alShaders for that "holy shit" photorealistic skin.
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>>559399
This guy's YT channel has some awesome examples of Arnold in Maya and I'm sure it's exactly the same in C4D

https://www.youtube.com/user/URsProductions/videos
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>>559399
doesn't support hard caustics, less flexibility than mentalray. Renderview was a great addition though, don't know why that wasn't a thing earlier.
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There's barely any tutorials for Arnold for some reason.




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