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  1. There's another significant difference. You get a discount by moving up the ladder if you start with Prime. So, for instance, if you own Prime and want to upgrade to Broadcast, your price is less than if you were buying Broadcast outright. BodyPaint isn't in the lineup, it's a stand alone application. If you own BodyPaint and want to upgrade to Broadcast the price is the same as buying Broadcast as a new user.
  2. Looks like a major release but it also makes me wonder if MAXON is looking at an EOL for Bodypaint. The program is now so far behind the times, it's UV tools are so cumbersome compared to other applications that it seems MAXON has no interest in its future. Or at least it seems that way based on today's release.
  3. Can someone give me some advice for how to get colored reflections thru a glass shelf in Cinema? I can get them in Thea / rhino but not C4D I'm using the Clear Glass from GSGfor the shelves, an Infinite light and an HDRI on Sky This is BodyPaint so it's the Standard renderer. Thanks for any advice you can give.
  4. I struggled with this decision. I set a target of $3000 (I didn't build the system myself) and either the i9-7900 or the 1950X Threadripper pushed beyond that limit. But I envy you - dual 1080Ti's and the 1950, wow.
  5. Glad to hear you're happy. Just put an order in for a rig with the same specs - i7-7820 / GTX-1070Ti Two week build time, wish it was quicker
  6. That looks interesting. Any way to get an older copy of QT that supports VR?
  7. Had a similar experience to you - one company slid from dominance to irrelevance over the course of 2 years, another company with offices in NY, Miami, LA & Portland announced on a Friday that paychecks were going to be delayed a couple of days and then closed their doors on Monday (but they made good on the paychecks). I'm freelance now. There's ups and downs with this kind of life but at least I'm not at the mercy of somebody else's bad accounting practices. You have to be out in the field, banging on doors, following up leads, always looking for the next client. And you have to be available to work anytime, weekends and evenings, in order to compensate for the days that you don't have work. But I've done well the last couple of years so right now freelance seems the way to go for me. You might want to try it.
  8. An update - Your advice was crucial, without your input I would have stuck the nozzle of the fan right into the case. In my old location the computer was in a corner, awkward to get at and clean. I've moved and now I have a desk in the middle of the room so I can do maintenance easily and frequently. And therefore avoid the situation shown in the attached photo (looking at the bottom of the case).
  9. Thanks for that reply. It helped to clarify things for me. I got similar advice on the Rhino forum. I'm moving in a week so that will be a good time to get the computer up on a table to check dust, fans and anything else that seems to be a problem.
  10. Thanks. Exactly what I'm looking for.
  11. No. Intel i7-6700 (I know, it's old but it's what I've got).
  12. This is outside of my technical knowledge (as most things are) so bear with me if the answer is obvious. I've also posted this in the Thea and the Rhino forums. I'm just starting to do some simple animations in Cinema and when I render Core Temp (a CPU temperature gauge) tells me that the temperature on my CPU is going into the red zone at 100%. Scary. I only have one computer right now and I depend on it to pay my bills. Is there anyway to tell the computer to only use a certain amount of resources while rendering? I would accept longer render times to avoid a burnt out chip. I can set the Core Temp program to provide overheating protection but that shuts down the program or the computer when a certain temperature is reached. I want to keep rendering but using less resources so I don't overheat. Is this possible? Thanks in advance for any advice you've got.
  13. Am I correct in reading the product page to mean that after paying for a permanent license there's a $250 yearly maintenance fee that, if not paid, the software will not function? Or does the product page mean that keeping the maintenance current means you'll be able to use any new version but if you don't paythe maintenance fee you'll still be able to use the version you bought.
  14. The investment bubble and the expanding use of cryptos are two different things. The investment bubble could burst without affecting the expansion of cryptos as financial vehicles. Sort of like the Internet stock bubble - because that burst doesn't mean the Internet went down with it. Cryptos are probably here to stay.



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