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28/04/2014 10:40:59

toonaramaMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Good morning Digimania!

I am well aware you are hard at work on your professional rendering engine but PLEASE can you give some indication whether or not there will be a new release of Muvizu in the near future; the community needs to know!
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28/04/2014 11:56:08

CaroleMuvizu staff
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Good morning toonarama,

Update on this coming down the track soon methinks...
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28/04/2014 12:34:31

toonaramaMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Carole wrote:
Good morning toonarama,

Update on this coming down the track soon methinks...


Thank you for replying - sounds promising!!
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28/04/2014 14:10:43

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Carole wrote:
Good morning toonarama,

Update on this coming down the track soon methinks...


I think toonarama is referring to a version of Muvizu that we will likely use, not the fabled industry level renderer that you lot have been beavering away on for months and months.

Is our favourite toy going to be shinier any time soon?

D
edited by Dreeko on 28/04/2014
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28/04/2014 14:38:13

simonhefferMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Or maybe that will be Muvizu Play++?
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28/04/2014 14:52:43

mystoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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I think toonarama is referring to a version of Muvizu that we will likely use, not the fabled industry level renderer that you lot have been beavering away on for months and months.



i agree
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28/04/2014 15:04:34

toonaramaMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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mysto wrote:
I think toonarama is referring to a version of Muvizu that we will likely use, not the fabled industry level renderer that you lot have been beavering away on for months and months.



i agree

So do I!
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28/04/2014 16:20:39

urbanlamb
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mysto wrote:
I think toonarama is referring to a version of Muvizu that we will likely use, not the fabled industry level renderer that you lot have been beavering away on for months and months.






lol i am waiting for this fabled item actually. If the price makes sense and it does what I need it to do I probably will purchase it. Maybe I am the only one but i want the chains of creativity removed that I am enduring in the present muvizu and judging at how muvizu has been behaving with the added texture layers (not well.. ) I think its time for me to turn to their other product and hope it does what I think its gonna do because if so it will be epic and then I can get back to video making. At the moment now that I have the ability to add more shinies I dont want to go backwards and remove them just so's I can make a video I have come to the conclusion that the tool I want is likely the one they are developing now - which is why I am on their mailing list ^^
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28/04/2014 18:28:01

mystoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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I'm beginning to think that I purchased Muvizu Play+ a bit prematurely. Normally I don't buy anything as soon as it's released but I "took the plunge" and purchased Muvizu Play+ anyway. I paid £150 ($250 US) and about a week or so later they dropped the price to £75. The price still seems to be £75 so now I kind of feel like I over paid. Oh well, my fault. I should have waited.

I really really like using Muvizu however if they do happen to fix some of the bugs and update the software are they going to charge a high price for the upgrade?
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28/04/2014 19:12:12

urbanlamb
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I had assumed they were naming the render software they are working on now as muvizu pro which looking at the screenshots of what I saw is what I am looking for but we shall see. Anyhow if its not them it will be octane or something I get seeing as I am trying to build a system to handle large projects and render in real time engines (in many cases its hard to tell the difference these days) I figured since I like the properties of unreal engine and play with their out of the box package from time to time it seemed that this render software is exactly what I want.

I love iclone but I also love the unreal lighting system and if i can place a system that would act like iclone (open back end) and take advantage of unreal that would be my dream product Big Grin

If it will run with maya LT and/or blender I am so there!
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28/04/2014 20:02:33

DyllyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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There's a mailing list? Whaaaaa? Am I on it? If not why not?
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28/04/2014 20:08:34

toonaramaMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Dylly wrote:
There's a mailing list? Whaaaaa? Am I on it? If not why not?



I think Urbanlamb is referring to the mailing list which is mentioned on
the Digimania website
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28/04/2014 21:29:49

urbanlamb
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toonarama wrote:
Dylly wrote:
There's a mailing list? Whaaaaa? Am I on it? If not why not?



I think Urbanlamb is referring to the mailing list which is mentioned on
the Digimania website



yeah the digimania list yeah in this case i was referring to that. I joined that one a few weeks back I was already on the muvizu list if your not getting muvizu mail login to your muvizu account and check the box in to get mail. So yes there is also a muvizu list but you need to check in the box on your muvizu profile to accept mail from them.
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29/04/2014 03:11:36

InsaneHamster
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I just need something that will get me an Emmy! Maybe that is beyond any known product on the
Market. But it will give something for the Muvizu developer to strive for.
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