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Cinema 4D R14 Cookbook - Second Edition by Michael Szabo, Simon Russell

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Comparing different renders

Instead of making mental images of what your renders used to look like and comparing them to your current renders, you can observe actual changes firsthand by using the Cinema 4D's Compare menu in the Picture Viewer. You can load rendered frames into the Viewer and use a variety of tools to spot differences between two images that are rendered with any differences in lighting, materials, positioning of objects, render quality, you name it.

Getting ready

We will be using the Warm_Wine_scene_Render_Region.c4d project again for this recipe. Revert back to the original version if you want to have green grapes again by navigating to Revert to Saved in the File menu.

How to do it...

  1. Our wine scene is modeled, lit, and textured ...

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