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Everything posted by Daniel Seebacher
I am on PC, so I can't really help with Mac-specific performance information of different softwares. But if you would like to know platform-independent stuff on Vue or TPF with C4D, ask away
I create YouTube tutorials for e-on on PlantFactory and have worked for them on a freelancer basis for many years, after having used both softwares for more than 15 years. An update for R21 for Vue is not out yet, but the current version works fine in R20 and R21 is supposed to be supported soon. Is there anything in particular you would like to know? I am probably a little biased as I do freelancing stuff for e-on and I am not allowed to say too much of what's going on behind the scenes, but e-on has put a lot of effort in the last two years to gradually catch up with the industry
Which version of Vue are you using? And when you edit the material of the imported object in Vue, is it the default grey material or is it a black material where it says on the corresponding channel tabs that it can't locate the texture maps?
@Rectro @Raischub Sorry, I made a typo. The answer was meant to read "pre-R21-licenses". I specifically asked MAXON if I would be loosing the R21 perpetual license and they said "yes, the perpetual license will be removed and you will get a new R21 license as a subscription license, and yes, you would still be allowed to use any older perpetual license you own ( = everything up to R20)."
First post in this forum, hello everyone! Been a silent reader for many years and I really appreciate all the great knowledge that's shared around here. I am also not satisfied with the way MAXON is treating existing MSA studio customers. So I sent a mail to MAXON Germany (@Raischub), asking them whether I'd loose the perpetual R21 license when I convert it to subscription, whether I'd then still be allowed to use my old pre-R20 licenses or not, how much I would have to pay with the 20% discount for two years of subscription including VAT and how the remaining months on my MSA were