Thea for Cinema4D

   
 

Why Thea for Cinema4D?

Thea for Cinema4D is the perfect companion for Cinema4D users who want the highest quality photorealistic rendering inside their modeling application. The plugin offers a list of advanced tools while being actively developed to meet the most demanding visualization requirements.

 
 

While Thea Render supports interactive render region in Cinema4D, it goes one step further with its own integrated darkroom, reacting much faster to user workflow. Camera and material changes are optimized so as to give the best interactive experience.

Thea for Cinema4D offers a variety of ways to add Thea Materials to your scene. You can create a new Thea material and edit it inside Cinema4D or you can open Thea Material Lab for enhanced visually material editing. Our high quality material libraries are ready to use and just a drag-and-drop away from the content browser to your models.

Cinema4D offers various ways of instancing and we have paid attention to support them all, matching the native renderer. Whether you are using MoGraph cloners, arrays or render instances, the result will be always as it should be.

Thea Render can handle the animation rendering inside Cinema4D and render all the frames out-of-the-box. Furthermore, by supporting Team Render, one can distribute these frames over the network for ultra fast animation sequence rendering. Accurate Motion Blur is fully supported for any animation produced in Cinema 4D (Camera, Mograph, Particle Emitters, Dynamics, e.t.c).

Thea Render supports a big variety of render channels such as Normal, Depth, Alpha,  Ambient Occlusion, Shadow and many more. These channels can be used to add various post process effects on the final rendered image.

 

Thea for Cinema4D can be used along with several  third party Cinema4D plugins in order to make workflow much easier for the end user. Among them Thea Render is working with: Laubwerk , Forester, X-Particles, HDR Light Studio, ThinkBox Deadline.

While the integrated plugin will suffice in most cases, it also comes bundled with our Thea Studio, a dedicated standalone application for Thea Render, perfect for further scene staging and material/lighting tweaking.

 

 
   

Download for Windows

System Requirements: Windows Vista/7/8, SSE2 CPU, for Presto GPU: Nvidia CUDA graphics card (Compute Capability 2.0 or higher)
Cinema4D R12, R13, R14, R15, R16, R17, R18, R19

 

Download for MacOSX

System Requirements: MacOSX 10.6 and above, Intel CPU, for Presto GPU: Nvidia CUDA graphics card (Compute Capability 2.0 or higher)
Cinema4D R12, R13, R14, R15, R16, R17, R18, R19

Download Resources

                                  http://www.thearender.com/cms/index.php/resources/libraries/material-libraries-in-skm-format.html                    
Manual            Getting Started       Materials (+library in lib4d format)

Find out more video tutorials hereLinks above contain bundle installers for Thea Render and Thea for Cinema4D. For more download options, please visit this page.

 

 

 
   

 

Superior Image Quality

In every work involving visualization, the natural way of lighting and physically correct materials play the most important role. Thea Render light simulation and our unique material system ensure that all your images will take advantage of these essential qualities. No matter whether you render a simple interior design or a detailed product presentation with complex materials the image will tell a whole story for itself. You can focus on your artistic expression while Thea will take care of the final result.

   
 

Thea for Cinema4D Bundle contains Thea Render and Thea for Cinema4D Plugin. Thea Render is Developed and Manufactured by Solid Iris Technologies. Thea Render is
       Copyright © Solid Iris Technologies. Thea for Cinema4d Plugin is Developed and Manufactured by Solid Iris Technologies. Thea for Cinema4D Plugin is Copyright © Solid Iris Technologies.

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