I’m In Cinema 4D Render Hell

What is it?!?

The frame you see pictured above is a visual representation of the brutal beating my CPU is taking right now. It’s currently rendering at about 2 – 3 minutes per frame and the resolution is only 400×225 4 – 5 mins per frame (I’m exporting a higher res version now)… more than just a new computer, I’m gonna need a render farm if I keep this up!

For those interested, I have plans for some additional post in After Effects and then will probably ad some sound effects too, so it will be up in a day or two.

Oh the suspense!

Update: It’s up. Head over to the motion page to see it.

- Justin Metz

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My name is Justin Metz and I'm a freelance motion graphics designer. I started juicestain.com back in 2004 as a personal blog and portfolio site. We are now a collective of motion and sound designers from around the world.

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