Started by SuperNova, December 29, 2006, 02:10:07 PM
Quote from: absolutehavok on December 29, 2006, 07:40:05 PMNon-commercial but full featured versions of animation software should have moderate pricing.
Quote from: absolutehavok on December 29, 2006, 07:40:05 PMTerragen 2 is truly a state of the art program, and has blockbuster special effects capabilities. Other applications of this caliber typically have prices in excess of $15,000
Quote from: njen on December 29, 2006, 09:31:31 PMThe limitations are there to encourage you to buy the full version of the software.
Quote from: calico on December 30, 2006, 02:17:17 PMSheesh. This sounds a lot like bloodsucking to me. The frikkin free version is FREE. You're lucky to have that, in my opinion. I don't work for anyone in this lot (of devoted and exceptional programmers), but I do program. I don't do it for free. I won't do it for free. Quit being so damned disrespectful.
QuoteI don't know if its me your referring to but if you do please don't call me disrespectful! I was just asking a question, if the creators have any intention to raise the maximum resolution in the final version (since its higher in TG1).Again i know its free, and its great! I also know that the price is very low, and i was just asking, i don't demand anything (which from your comments, its sounds like).