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Ryan Roye
03-22-2018, 09:34 PM
Liberty3d 30% off sale (for Lightwave plugins and tutorials)

Thought I'd give everyone a heads up on our 30% off sale. The following coupon code...

L3DSpringTraining2018

Will take 30% off the price of just about anything in our store until March 31st. This code can be used on...

- Bundle packs (which are already discounted... so, you could purchase everything i've ever made (http://www.liberty3d.com/2014/10/ryan-royes-everything-bundle/) using this coupon, for example)...
Everything on the UberDeals (http://www.liberty3d.com/store/uberdeals/) page.
Content Packs (http://www.liberty3d.com/store/content-packs/)
All 10 volumes of Practical Production Techniques (http://www.liberty3d.com/2017/07/practical-production-techniques-vol-1-10-super-bundle/)
etc...

- Software plugins for Lightwave...
Any of the RR Tools which are LW 2018 compatible (RR Tools (http://www.liberty3d.com/store/tools/rr-tools/), RR Cam (http://www.liberty3d.com/store/tools/rr-cam/), Daz3d Mocap (http://www.liberty3d.com/store/tools/rr-daz3d-mocap-utility/))
Please note that not all plugins on our site will run on the latest version of Lightwave 2018. If in doubt, ask before purchasing.

We expect to have new content for Lightwave 2018 later in the year if not sooner. Cheers!

mummyman
03-23-2018, 05:49 AM
Hi Ryan,

So I saw the preview of your Octane video. Does this go up to the newest release of 3.0? And Lightwave 2018? Or is setup pretty much the same from release to release? I think I tried a demo Octane for LW a long time ago. But it was too slow to get anything done. Now however... I'm rethinking things!

Ryan Roye
03-23-2018, 07:43 AM
Hi Ryan,

So I saw the preview of your Octane video. Does this go up to the newest release of 3.0? And Lightwave 2018? Or is setup pretty much the same from release to release? I think I tried a demo Octane for LW a long time ago. But it was too slow to get anything done. Now however... I'm rethinking things!

The setup and concepts haven't changed, but a few things here and there may have been added in the jump between 2015 and 2018. I still consider the content a good entryway into Octane for Lightwave. To answer your question, my tutorial uses the Octane Lightwave plugin version of 3.0.2.

Octane isn't slow for stills, but can really lag behind when trying to preview the motion of an animation (moving the playhead back and fourth) in a complex scene. It is reported this will change significantly in Octane version 4.

mummyman
03-23-2018, 08:07 AM
The setup and concepts haven't changed, but a few things here and there may have been added in the jump between 2015 and 2018. I still consider the content a good entryway into Octane for Lightwave. To answer your question, my tutorial uses the Octane Lightwave plugin version of 3.0.2.

Octane isn't slow for stills, but can really lag behind when trying to preview the motion of an animation (moving the playhead back and fourth) in a complex scene. It is reported this will change significantly in Octane version 4.

Thank you very much!

TheLexx
03-23-2018, 09:34 AM
An insight from the great man himself would be good as he previously said (http://forums.newtek.com/showthread.php?156343-Octane-test-build-is-out-for-LW2018&p=1539746&viewfull=1#post1539746)he was waiting for Octane 3.08, so I don't know if Octane 4 is a paradigm shift from that.