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  • GSG in action with R21 finally

     

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    On 8/9/2019 at 3:13 PM, Nio said:

    Autodesk's products....also not that much happening. Maybe the only 3D program with a lot of happening is Blender, it has some new energy. I think Cinema also need some new energy...

     

    You are not really paying attention to Autodesk's products, are you? The new Bifrost Visual Programming language is definitely not something to be classified as "not that much happening". It's basically Softimage ICE + Xpresso for Maya. And it was released in and a point update of Maya!

     

    When was the last time we had an update with a new feature this big in Cinema 4D? I'd say only in R14 with the sculpting tools.

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    On 8/13/2019 at 2:26 PM, stoecklem said:

    So is MAXON not going to release any more videos/information on R21?  My MSA ends in August.  Their treatment and lack of any reasonable deal for MSA studio users to move to subscription along with no new xpresso is making this a real tough decision on whether to renew my MSA or not. 

     

    It would be great to get some more information on the node API and all the new SDK stuff for example.

    As far as I know you can not renew your MSA anymore.

    you either have to go subscription with 20% bonus for your running MSA (and loose your perpetual license) or without bonus (doesn't make sense as you have R21), or you wait till next year without MSA and update perpetual for expected 850€ excl. VAT.

     

    best regards

    Jops

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    On 9/30/2019 at 5:47 PM, hikarubr said:

    You are not really paying attention to Autodesk's products, are you? The new Bifrost Visual Programming language is definitely not something to be classified as "not that much happening". It's basically Softimage ICE + Xpresso for Maya. And it was released in and a point update of Maya!

     

    When was the last time we had an update with a new feature this big in Cinema 4D? I'd say only in R14 with the sculpting tools.

    Hopefully never, Bifrost Visual Programming is full of bugs and painfully slow, have you actually use it? I even have trouble finding a tutorial youtube video without "my pc crashed so I paused the video"... 

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    Whats up with the Project Asset Inspector?

    Does it even work??

    My textures are there in the Material editor but no show in the Project Asset Inspector...

     

    mlon

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    1 hour ago, mlon said:

    Whats up with the Project Asset Inspector?

    Does it even work??

    My textures are there in the Material editor but no show in the Project Asset Inspector...

     

    mlon

    Did you report it, I doubt it doesnt work just becasue lame programing. Its worth of reporting so we can investigate!


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    On 10/19/2019 at 3:50 AM, luchifer said:

    Hopefully never, Bifrost Visual Programming is full of bugs and painfully slow, have you actually use it? I even have trouble finding a tutorial youtube video without "my pc crashed so I paused the video"... 

    Alright ... do this in C4D with standard tools then.

     

     

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    ? That's not bifrost visual programming, so in the spirit of bringing another app into the discussion, I can do that with c4d standard and Houdini Bridge. 

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    Oh yes ... that's the same. A $250/year software with BiFrost versus a $1k/year software + a bridge to a $300/year software, which in nature is already more complicated than the other two software. It's the same thing. 🙂

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    250 a year is the indie version very restricted geographical, so i don't agree with that comparison.

     

    But it is strange some from C4D side praising a convoluted system to simulate fluids when the supposed superiority of C4D is ease of use. 

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