|09-20-2004, 01:03 AM||#1|
esc is keyportfolio
Los Angeles, USA
$695 Now: Future Upgrade Price policy?
What is the Upgrade policy?
Are we getting updates for the price like LW or will there be a paid .5 release.
What is a reasonable upgrade price one should expect per version.
I am on the fence right now as I am distilling the pros/cons comments on the feature set. I am a Lightwave user, so I get the $595 which is cool, but what are we looking at for paid upgrades. That's one thing I have to contemplate as I have a tools library that will start taxing my expendatures year in year out for tool update/upgrades.
Last edited by richcz3 : 09-20-2004 at 01:06 AM.
|09-20-2004, 03:22 AM||#2|
Join Date: Jan 2002
I dont know of any 3D software company that road maps a pricing structure for products in development. So I dont it if you will ever get a straight answer...
Its kinda tough telling the future
But, currently there is a good discount deal for LW users, and Brad (Pres-Lux.) has been on the forum helping folks out, so that should say something about commitment, and support.
Of the software aplications that I have purchased i have never ever been contacted by the president of the company on a forum except for splutterfish Brazill folks.
So not only are you purchasing a great app, but you get free support.
how sweet is that..
|09-20-2004, 03:39 AM||#3|
n00b with the most posts
Join Date: Apr 2003
Sorry to hijack...but....
I have been looking through the posts and I have not found the answer to this yet. Hopefully I did not look over it. But is there an educational discount? How about educational and if you own LW?
N/M I see it on their site that they do not offer educational discounts as of yet and to contact them for more info. DOnt know how I missed that
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|01-19-2006, 08:00 AM||#4|
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