Cinematic. That look we all want. That look that is prized and hard to get. But is it really? I'll be showing you a few things that can really give your shots a more filmic feel. It's a lot easier than you might think! You don't necessarily need any fancy #raytracing effects, or the latest RTX Graphics Cards from Nvidia to get a nice, cinematic look. Much of what is achieved in film/movies is all in the post-production par of the process. This tutorial covers rendering with Movie Render Queue in Unreal Engine 4.26, color grading done in Davinci Resolve. Everything here can be done in both UE4, and Unreal Engine 5.
For the record, Davinci Resolve is FREE to use. The studio license (which has a few extra features, faster rendering, etc) is only $300 USD. Lifetime perpetual license. It's worth the money.
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