Thank you very much for your comments.
My point was just that yafaray is the best biased open source render.
And it can be compared to v-ray the same way blender can be compared to 3ds.
Of course thay are not equal.
But let’s face it 99% of the people who use 3ds don’t take advantadge of all the features it has.
The same goes with vray, 99% of the people use only part of what it’s available on the sofware, and most of the times against it’s workflow philosophy.
This opens up space for open source projects that can benefict from the fact that having less features, it’s easier to achieve very good results without much learning time.
Blender and yafaray are on this category.
What I mean is that the user is the one who makes the diference, not the software.
Nowdays, open source projects are more closer to commercial software than ever before.
If yafaray and blender had the same amount of users 3ds and vray have, that community would produce the same number of top quality projects.
Believe me that the percentage of low quality renders that exist on 3ds vray is the same that exists on the blender community.
So, in order to have more “steve coles”, we need to increase the blender yafaray users.
My point was showing that yafaray is a software good enought to atract any “steve cole” out there.
About the blur, :o , you guys are right.
Post pro efects could be much better.
But hey, that’s the my problem, not blender yafaray one.:o
And please don’t forget that yafaray is still there.
Cycles is becoming the best open source unbiased render…
but yafaray is the best open source biased render.:eyebrowlift: