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  1. And C4D is now at least $720 USD a year (without redshift). It's a lot for hobbyists or those who just occasionally use it professionally.
  2. For the animation I think it could use some work. It feels very fast and it's hard to follow what is happening. I would experiment with different tempo's and adding more rhythm, with parts where it slows down (anticipation!) before whatever interesting next move happens. Remember with animation you are acting, telling a story, even if it's just a ball rolling and hitting things. Think about the weight of things. What if the hammer was really heavy, and the shoe kicking it just has barely enough strength to get it to move. So the hammer would start moving and just barely (is it gonna make
  3. I just wish MAXON would make an Indie version of C4D that's a bit more affordable for hobbyists. The affordable cut down editions were great for that (Broadcast edition had enough features for me while being significantly cheaper than Studio), but they have been eliminated.
  4. I got the Broadcast edition some years back for half price when they had this deal where you could upgrade the Lite version that came bundled with Adobe to a full version. Paid the MSA for that until now which was very decently priced. And now I got a good deal with my Broadcast MSA price getting me the full version of R21 (since there is only one version). So until now, I can't complain about the pricing! But I don't know yet if I will get into the subscription. 3D is just a hobby for me and R21 already does so much I should be good for years just with R21 really. The subscription would be mo
  5. Arrimus demonstrates the quad remesher workflow. Very cool stuff.
  6. I guess it's a better deal for prime/broadcast users yes. But then at the same time, they are also being "forced" into a more expensive package in the long run that they might not want/need so perhaps this is a way to sweeten that deal.
  7. Yeah I'm not really counting on it do as well. Although I did make a nice profit on Nemetschek shares a while back, and also bought some Adobe which are still up around 14% :)
  8. Well, the affordable subscription price that they advertise is actually one year at the minimum (and paid annually, not monthly). And people who couldn't afford studio before are probably not that interested in renting short term. The reality is that all the most affordable (Prime, Broadcast, visualise) options of C4D are gone. Scrapped. I was very happy paying 285 a year for my MSA for Broadcast since I'm mostly a hobbyist user and only occasionally use C4D in my professional work (and then I have more than enough with Broadcast's feature set) Yes it seems like I will get a good offer for t
  9. Perhaps, looking at Adobe's stock price development since CC, it would be a good idea for everyone to buy Nemetschek shares as a way to generate an extra discount ;) (I wish I put all my savings into Adobe stock 5 years ago (5x increase in value in 5 years!)
  10. As far as I can tell no, your perpetual license becomes invalid once you move from that license to subscription. (See Delphis' post just above)
  11. Same here. I guess Design Express is as confused as people here are ;) From MAXON's faq though:
  12. You can call it "bundling editions", or you could call it "scrapping all the more affordable versions of C4D for those who didn't need Studio". And they already had online delivery for several years now. I hope they can figure out some indie-license scheme at some point. Let's see how Autodesk fares with that.
  13. And MAXON is owned by Nemetschek. There doesn't seem to be any reason why they would sell it.
  14. And consider adding some indie-license option for a lower price. Perhaps with some limitations (I think Houdini indie has a render-size limitation) that are easier to handle than actual different feature sets of prime/broadcast/visualise. Certainly if Autodesk are offering affordable indie-licenses for Max and Maya it seems silly to try and force everyone into the most expensive version of C4D. It's always funny how companies try to justify removing choice (and only leaving the most expensive option of course) by claiming the previous way of doing things was "confusing" for customers. Same t
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