4


#61

Thanks for the reply :beer:

Need to proper test those and the other cool stuff on a demo or something.


#62

Aye. Tis’ is true.


#63

Oops, I didnt saw that :deal: Thanx


#64

Does that mean training videos are being worked on, or the actual PMG
manual?

PS: yeah what he said.


#65

Both are being worked on.


#66

cool-o-matic.


#67

Hi,

Messiah 4 really rocks, very cool userinterface with almost everything we need
in an animation package… Renderquality looks very very real…

PMG… go on!

Greets Tom


#68

DOes it require a dongle? I only have one free usb port on my computer.


#69

For around $15 you can buy a usb hub (which you plug into your single usb port), which will give you 4 more.

Best,
Rick


#70

…or 8 more. :slight_smile:


#71

If you are a new user you will have to bind it to something. It can be anything that windows can mount. An SD card, a hard drive, a CDRom drive, USB Thumb drive etc. If your upgrading an older version of Messiah you will have to stick to using the hasp thumb drive.


#72

what happen if the hardware failure, e.g. usb drive. Can I re-mount to new hardware? Thanks


#73

I’m pretty sure pmG would work with you but I don’t know specifics.


#74

The thumb drive is a great option. It’s basically as permanent as a dongle. I’m really glad they included it. Normally hardware lock licenses are irritating, but a non-retracting USB stick is basically indestructible. You can just leave it in the computer, and it’s still just as portable as a dongle.


#75

I’ve had a USB drive die on me. I’d prefer the dongle.


#76

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