New Video Tutorial: Getting started with Thea for Cinema4D

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A new video tutorial for Thea for Cinema4D has just been published.

This tutorial presents the main steps one needs to follow to start using Thea Render inside Cinema4D:
select Thea Render as main renderer, add and edit Thea Materials, make Interactive and Productions renders and have some main information over Thea Menu options and available Tags.

Tip: you can enable the captions option for this video if you wish (CC button).

You can see the video here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dH8pL5iCI9M[/youtube]
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It was a nice render and we wanted to use it at our cinema4d gallery.. Of course, if you want us we can remove it :)
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Pretty cool. Hope a 3ds Max (plugin) version will follow, soon....and in the process, perhaps demonstrate how a "Medium" or "Global Medium" is used there (best practices to optimize the rendering of such elements....Presto). :thumbup:
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christina wrote:
Tip: you can enable the captions option for this video if you wish (CC button).
I don't need the captions, because you have an understandable voice. Your accent is very nice to hear for me as a german.
I don't want to know what a native speaker thinks of my accent...

The video is very helpful. Thank you for that, Christina.
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