Yes there IS!!! You send me all your tapes, pay me 100$ and I’ll automate it for you. I will also send all captured footage from those tapes:)
P.S. There is a way out from any situation when you know Kamasutra.
Well, that depends on what you bought – if it’s a stock footage then yes, you get MOV file. IF it was After Effects project – you’d get project file for it.
Yep, and after 2 week you still get ugly result, that you won’t use, as it’s still flickering:) By the way, also make sure your shadow quality settings are balanced and don’t introduce shadow flickering.
Make sure you are rendering you resolution you need and not higher.
Check your AA settings.
Include channels in Multi-Pass render.
Make sure you render to TIFFs instead of MOV or AVI file.
Check your alpha channel if you need one.
Disable AO for this render and do AO render AFTER your initial rendering is done.
Check your blurry reflections – do they really need to have that high settings?
Check your GI settings – how many bounces do you have ON?
Maybe switch to render without GI.
murkin saidand then you get a two weeks vacation while you wait for the animation to render
in this case you need to set it to IR+QMC Full Animation
What version of C4D do you use? Any ways, try to avoid using GI when animating, cause it will cost you pain + render times. However, if you MUST use GI, and you are on R13 or above – use Physical render. That’s almost bullet proof solution for flicker free GI animation.
well, I dont know, maybe it’s because of the editing, but it all look AWESOME . I really dig how it looks. Lovely. However, if this template didn’t pass the reviewer, well then what are other 60% of current templates are doing on VideoHive? Unless Videohide upped the criteria for projects, but I highly doubt that. Your piece looks very professional and complete. Have no idea what went wrong with reviewer. Maybe upload again ask for another guy to review it? Maybe your first reviewer had a rough day or something?
Edit: I agree with Felt_tips, it’s not really clear what you are selling. You picked up really great footage and did amazing job with editing and sound, but as a buyer I would think that I will get these footages along with the project and will be able to use them in edited template. So yea, make it more clear WHAT you are selling and WHAT client will get.
well, you can report this comment to envato by clicking REPORT on comment. And explain to envato what this fuse is about. I dont know. I your file passed reviewing, then it’s A GOOD FILE that WORKS . So lack of exp. of that buyer is mainly his own fault. Not yours.
Any ways, dont let these kind of comments put you down.