When you find one that works for you, you can save serious amounts of money. Because OctaneRender as a GPU render engine, you do not need a super-computer to work efficiently. By choosing a compute unit with a GPU card, which is a regular graphics card, you can afford a much lower cost than a super-computer. Simply, if you want to render efficiently, you need the right hardware.
To start, I highly recommend to pick up a Canon camera kit with at least a Canon EOS 5D Mark III and/or a Canon DSLR Canon EOS 50D that can be used with OctaneRender. If you are looking for a camera with a built-in GPS (Global Positioning System) module, you are out of luck. October Render does not have support for this. The workstation only supports GPS (or any other method that uses a serial number) if it is connected via a USB cable.
Next, youll want to download the installation package and also install it on your computer. Then, youll just want to open the application. And from there, youll need to go to the File menu in OctaneRender, and navigate to Import Settings, and then youll want to navigate to Client settings.
In this menu, youll want to make a change so that the Renderer is set to OctaneRender. Youll want to Path to user preferences file to be AppData/Roaming/OctaneRender/Application Folder/User Settings. Then, in the Renderer section, youll want to navigate to Render method. Finally, in the Renderer settings section, youll want to navigate to File system. When you save this, the new settings will take effect.