With this enhancement, Thea moves ahead and we believe as an established world class renderer, quality-wise. We are proud of making Thea better and we hope that you are proud of being a Thea user and getting artifact-free renders - getting ahead of unbiased competition.
Yes I'm proud to be a Thea user. Each parameter makes me glad and comforts my choice: renders quality, ergonomics, look, team engagement, population around, spirit in enhancements.
The only thing which makes me in a problematic mood is the deficiency of a good user guide!!
As I am learning rendering by myself, it is too much difficult to progress straight away and take even 20% of the advantages of Thea!
The number of things I have to gather on the net, with our without success, and afterward to adapt into Thea interface is too huge.
I would need a user guide as complete as possible, which remembers also the main generic knowledges (and problems)...
But I know that this requests a big big energy; an energy your team already spend to enhance the soft itself so!!
I try my best to learn. And I'm a bit confused to ask too many newbie questions on a specialists place...