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2015/2/11 15:10:45
The Future of Muvizu revealed! Hi All

Thank you all again for your continued feedback.

We do have some news to share.......

The dev team at Muvizu HQ have been working on a new build since the beginning of Feb. The plan is to release the new build in March.

I can't yet share what the new release will include but once confirmed I will post details.

Please do not think that Muvizu is dead. Whilst the dev slowed down over the past year we have been busy taking the product into new markets. Our new user base continues to grow and attracts users from all over the globe.
2014/11/21 15:41:10
Digimania News Hi Toonarama


A few bits and pieces happening, but nothing I can share at the moment.


toonarama wrote:
PCollimonster wrote:



I will keep you updated and expect to be in a position to provide you with more information on a monthly basis.


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So - is there anything to say yet?
2014/10/14 19:12:08
Digimania News bigwally wrote:
primaveranz wrote:
I suspect a 100,000 user-base, is really just 100,000 downloads. So I hope they aren't basing any business plans on that figure.


Especially since only 2%, or less, of those actually use the software. (My unscientific estimate).
edited by bigwally on 14/10/2014



Cheers Bigwally

We have been tracking the app runs against new users etc. It's hard to determine the percentage as it depends on how you classify an active user. Is it someone who uses the software every day, every week, every month? Some users will download the software have a play with it and never return. Others will use Muvizu for a project, have a couple of months using the software everyday and then disappear.

Without getting into commercially sensitive data, I can share that on average a Muvizu user will use Muvizu 15 times in the space of a year.

So why aren't these users more active on the forums? My guess is that it's because 68% of users come from non English speaking countries.
2014/10/14 8:39:29
Digimania News primaveranz wrote:
Dreeko wrote:


Roughly translated as- "nya nya n nya nya!"



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Yeah, "Thank you for your concern" is always a give away.
Mind you if I had 100,000 users I'd be walking the walk not just patronising the talk



Sorry, patronising the talk will continue for a little bit until we start walking the walk.

Will keep you updated.
2014/10/13 6:16:34
Digimania News primaveranz wrote:
I suspect a 100,000 user-base, is really just 100,000 downloads. So I hope they aren't basing any business plans on that figure.



Dear Primaveranz

Thank you for your concern. I can assure you that the 100,000 user-base are actual people and not just the download numbers. Download numbers at present are sitting at around 350,000.
2014/10/10 16:19:53
Digimania News Hi Muvizu users

It's Paul Collimore here from Digimania HQ. I have corresponded with several of you via email regarding the future developments of Muvizu and would like to take this opportunity to share with all users some more information about the projects Digimania has been working on.

Since December 2013 all the team have been hard at work developing a new 3D animation rendering software. RenderDigimania has been designed for animation studios who produce large volume content, such as kids animated TV series. RenderDigimania uses a "game-engine" production pipeline which dramatically reduces rendering times, and therefore reduces production budgets.

The early access version of RenderDigimania was released in August at the North American Siggraph event. Since Siggraph we have received a large amount support from the professional animation industry and several large animation studios have provided us with valuable feedback. This feedback has mapped out our development timetable.

How is this relevant to Muvizu?

Although we have been around for some time, Digimania is a small start up business with a limited amount of resources. Since December all of our resources have been focussed towards the development and marketing of RenderDigimania. For Muvizu we set in place new streamlined systems designed to maintain the levels of new registrations, which allowed us to shift these resources over to RenderDm.

For those Muvizu users that are forum/gallery users, this has perhaps given the sense that Muvizu was an abandoned product. In reality the Muvizu user base has continued to expand organically and we are approaching a key milestone of hitting a user base of 100,000.

For the past year we have been collecting key demographic data via our registration process to provide us with the information needed to determine how best to allocate future resources into Muvizu. This data has been studied and we are internally mapping out plans for the future of Muvizu.

I will keep you updated and expect to be in a position to provide you with more information on a monthly basis.

Thank you for your continued support.

Paul
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