How to submit a job using Cinema 4D and Octane Renderer
Open the scene you want to render online in Cinema 4D with Octane Renderer and open the render setup.
Please navigate to the Octane render settings, and configure your max samples and your desired AOV Multipasses, if necessary.
Please define the save path for the render pass file, by clicking on the '...' button.
Set a name for the results and then click on 'save'.
Afterward, navigate to the Cinema 4D render settings 'Save' tab and set a save path for the regular image.
Click on the '...' button and define a name and a save path for the regular image.
If you are going to use the Take System, we recommend you also set a path on the multipass here.
Next, set a frame range and a resolution in the 'Output' tab.
In order to upload your job to the render cloud please close the Cinema 4D render setup and open the RebusFarm setup window via the RebusFarm tab or press Ctrl+shift+F on your keyboard.
Please refer to 'Cinema 4D Job Submission' for more detailed information about each of the options of the RebusFarm setup window.
After configuring your RebusFarm settings, please click on the button 'Upload to RebusFarm' at the bottom of the RebusFarm setup window.
A new window will open for RebusFarm messages showing all the relevant information, warnings, and errors your scene may have.
If you don’t get an error message, please proceed by clicking on 'Send to RebusFarm'.
The Rebus Farminizer will upload your render job including all the assets required for rendering. You can check the progress of the upload and rendering by visiting the ControlCenter. Once the upload process is completed, the rendering process will start automatically if you activated the 'Autostart render' option before uploading. If not, you will have to start the rendering manually by clicking on the 'Start render' button in the ControlCenter. Check our 'How to use the ControlCenter' section for more details about the ControlCenter.
Once the render job is completed, your results will automatically be downloaded from the render cloud to the output save path that you set in your render configuration.