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Octane Render Daz Studio Plugin Rapidshare 3




Octane Render Daz Studio Plugin Rapidshare 3


Octane Render Daz Studio Plugin Rapidshare 3




Octane Render is a powerful and fast GPU-based rendering engine that can produce stunning photorealistic images and animations. It is compatible with many 3D software, including Daz Studio, a popular and versatile application for creating 3D characters and scenes. However, to use Octane Render with Daz Studio, you need a special plugin that integrates the two programs and allows you to access the features and settings of Octane Render from within Daz Studio.


In this article, we will review the Octane Render Daz Studio Plugin Rapidshare 3, a free version of the plugin that was released by OTOY, the developer of Octane Render, in late 2019. We will also compare it with the previous versions of the plugin and the native Iray rendering engine that comes with Daz Studio. Finally, we will provide some tips and resources on how to use the plugin and get the best results from it.


Download: https://tinurll.com/2w4u9X


What is the Octane Render Daz Studio Plugin Rapidshare 3?




The Octane Render Daz Studio Plugin Rapidshare 3 (ORK) is a complete starter kit for Octane Render plugin for Daz Studio. It is equipped with ready to render Genesis 8 materials, Octane Render environments, mesh lights and render settings, custom base shader pack, and templated shaders for easy one-click conversion of scene materials from Iray to Octane. It was created to fit the need of a Daz Studio user and to integrate Octane Render plugin into Daz Studio workflow as flawlessly as possible.


The ORK is a free version of the plugin that requires an OTOY account to download. It is based on the Octane Render engine 2019.1.4, which is one of the most recent and stable versions of the engine. You can read about the new features of Octane Render 2019.1.4 [here].


How does it differ from the previous versions of the plugin?




The ORK is not the first version of the Octane Render plugin for Daz Studio. There have been several versions of the plugin since 2014, each with different features and limitations. The most notable ones are:



  • OctaneRender for Daz Studio v1: The first version of the plugin that was released in 2014. It was based on Octane Render v1.5 and had limited support for Daz Studio features such as lights, cameras, materials, and animations. It also required a separate license from Octane Render standalone version.



  • OctaneRender for Daz Studio v2: The second version of the plugin that was released in 2015. It was based on Octane Render v2.2 and had improved support for Daz Studio features such as lights, cameras, materials, and animations. It also introduced some new features such as live texture baking, displacement mapping, hair rendering, and volumetric effects. It still required a separate license from Octane Render standalone version.



  • OctaneRender for Daz Studio v3: The third version of the plugin that was released in 2016. It was based on Octane Render v3.0 and had further improved support for Daz Studio features such as lights, cameras, materials, and animations. It also introduced some new features such as out-of-core geometry, motion blur, denoising, spectral rendering, and more. It still required a separate license from Octane Render standalone version.



  • OctaneRender for Daz Studio v4: The fourth version of the plugin that was released in 2018. It was based on Octane Render v4.0 and had even more improved support for Daz Studio features such as lights, cameras, materials, and animations. It also introduced some new features such as AI light, AI scene, AI denoiser, universal material system, layered materials, random color texture node, and more. It also allowed users to use their existing Octane Render standalone license with the plugin.




The ORK differs from these previous versions in several ways:



  • It is free: Unlike the previous versions that required a paid license to use, the ORK is completely free to download and use with an OTOY account. This makes it more accessible and affordable for Daz Studio users who want to try Octane Render.



  • It is a starter kit: Unlike the previous versions that were just plugins that connected Daz Studio with Octane Render, the ORK is a complete starter kit that provides users with ready to render resources and settings for Octane Render. This makes it easier and faster for users to start rendering with Octane Render without having to manually adjust the materials, lights, and settings.



  • It is based on Octane Render 2019.1.4: Unlike the previous versions that were based on older versions of Octane Render, the ORK is based on one of the most recent and stable versions of Octane Render. This means that it has access to the latest features and improvements of Octane Render, such as improved denoising, adaptive sampling, cryptomatte, and more.




How does it compare with the native Iray rendering engine?




Iray is the native rendering engine that comes with Daz Studio. It is also a GPU-based rendering engine that can produce realistic images and animations. However, it has some differences and limitations compared to Octane Render. Some of the main ones are:



  • It is slower: Iray is generally slower than Octane Render in terms of rendering speed, especially when dealing with complex scenes, high-resolution textures, and advanced effects. This is because Iray uses a different rendering algorithm than Octane Render, which is more accurate but also more computationally intensive. Iray also has less optimization options than Octane Render, such as out-of-core geometry, adaptive sampling, and AI denoiser.



  • It is less flexible: Iray is less flexible than Octane Render in terms of material creation, lighting setup, and post-processing effects. This is because Iray uses a more restrictive material system than Octane Render, which limits the types and combinations of materials that can be created. Iray also has less options for lighting than Octane Render, such as mesh lights, environment lights, and volumetric lights. Iray also has less options for post-processing effects than Octane Render, such as bloom, glare, vignette, and LUT.



  • It is more integrated: Iray is more integrated than Octane Render with Daz Studio, which means that it has better compatibility and support for Daz Studio features such as lights, cameras, materials, and animations. This also means that it has less issues and bugs than Octane Render when working with Daz Studio. Iray also has more presets and resources than Octane Render for Daz Studio, such as materials, shaders, environments, and render settings.




Therefore, the choice between Iray and Octane Render depends on the user's preferences and needs. Some users may prefer Iray for its ease of use and integration with Daz Studio. Some users may prefer Octane Render for its speed and flexibility in rendering. Some users may use both engines for different purposes and projects.


How to use the ORK and get the best results from it?




The ORK is designed to be easy and intuitive to use for Daz Studio users who want to try Octane Render. However, there are some tips and resources that can help users to get the best results from it:



  • Watch the video tutorial: OTOY has provided a video tutorial that explains how to install and use the ORK with Daz Studio. The video covers topics such as how to load the plugin, how to convert materials from Iray to Octane, how to use the environments and render settings presets, how to adjust the camera and lighting settings, how to use the templated shaders and base shaders pack, how to render animations, and more. The video is a great way to learn the basics of the ORK and see it in action.



  • Read the documentation: OTOY has also provided a documentation that describes the features and functions of the ORK in detail. The documentation covers topics such as how to install the plugin, how to activate the license, how to access the plugin interface, how to use the live database (LDB), how to use the node graph editor (NGE), how to use the material picker tool (MPT), how to use the render viewport (RVP), how to use the render settings (RS), how to use the light manager tool (LMT), how to use the environment manager tool (EMT), how to use the camera imager tool (CIT), how to use the post-processing tool (PPT), how to use the animation tool (AT), how to use the render passes tool (RPT), how to use the cryptomatte tool (CMT), and more. The documentation is a great way to learn the details and nuances of the ORK and see the screenshots and examples.



  • Join the forum: OTOY has also created a forum for the ORK users to share their feedback, questions, tips, and renders. The forum is a great way to interact with other users and OTOY staff, get help and support, learn from others' experiences, and showcase your work.



  • Experiment and have fun: The ORK is a powerful and versatile tool that can unleash your creativity and imagination. You can experiment with different materials, lights, environments, settings, and effects to create stunning images and animations with Octane Render. You can also use the ORK to render your existing Daz Studio scenes or create new ones from scratch. The ORK is a fun and easy way to explore the possibilities of Octane Render with Daz Studio.



In conclusion, the ORK is a free and comprehensive starter kit for Octane Render plugin for Daz Studio. It is based on one of the most recent and stable versions of Octane Render engine and provides users with ready to render


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