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07/06/2011 13:13:52

CrazyDaveMuvizu staff
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Danimal wrote:
Well Dave, my apologies as it looks like I sent you on a wild goose chase.


No problem, just glad to get clarity on the issue!

I've been busy this week and have submitted a "shadow intensity slider" to our testing devils. Unless they can find something hideously wrong with it, it will be in the next release Thumbs Up
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16/06/2011 12:18:31

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
Dreeko
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just letting you know that I also have had to change to the 32 bit version due to muvizu slowing down so much that it was becoming near impossible to do what i wanted.
Everything fine now though!

D
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16/06/2011 12:43:22

Marco_D
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Hey Dreeko,

Thanks for letting us know.
We have spotted a problem with the 64 bit after a few reports and we will make sure it's fixed in the next release.

Cheers,
M
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16/06/2011 12:43:26

DanimalMuvizu mogulExperimental user
Danimal
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CrazyDave wrote:
it will be in the next release Thumbs Up


WOOHOO! Applause
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17/06/2011 06:12:40

ukBertyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
ukBerty
Posts: 976
And whilst I'm moaning .......

This one is a new phenomena - but I'm not sure when it came in.

Sometimes when you right mouse on a character to edit them (nice long swoop down !) you end up in their chest. You can pivot around but can never actually see their head.

Again, I'm trying to work out the rules, but moving the character somewhere else to edit them normally sorts the issue out, but then you have to reposition them.

I'll send in a .set next time it happens (which is quite often).

Cheers

Berty
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17/06/2011 10:48:40

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
Dreeko
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Totally agree

The positioning of the character on the set should not affect how you see them when in edit mode.
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17/06/2011 21:55:45

toonaramaMuvizu mogulExperimental user
toonarama
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Has the time come for 2 versions of Muvizu?
A simple free one to encourage younger and newer users to use it and
A paid for one (not too much though!) which is more complex to use but which can incorporate some more advanced features?

Just a thought.
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17/06/2011 22:21:35

DanimalMuvizu mogulExperimental user
Danimal
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toonarama wrote:
Has the time come for 2 versions of Muvizu?


With a little luck, such a day will never come.
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20/06/2011 07:14:28

ukBertyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
ukBerty
Posts: 976
Just to let the devs know.....

I'm afraid I now have 3 versions of Muvizu on my machine :-

New 64 bit - I never use this as it's too slow
New 32 bit - I use this for most scenes
Old 32 bit - I had had to re-install this to make any scenes during daylight. Unfortunately the shadows produced by the new version are so weak they are almost not there and consequently the output lacks depth. I have had to us the "spotdark" light in a couple of scenes to create shadows myself on the new version!

Obviously I lose access to the new animations and the .set files aren't backwards compatible. The main thing I miss is the anti-aliasing.

Can I campaign to have a new release sooner than later to resolve at least the lighting if not the 64 bit issues as it's all getting a bit messy.

Whinge, whinge, whinge.........

Berty
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20/06/2011 10:38:51

mcmillan-raExperimental userMuvizu staff
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Posts: 164
ukBerty wrote:
Can I campaign to have a new release sooner than later to resolve at least the lighting if not the 64 bit issues as it's all getting a bit messy.

Whinge, whinge, whinge.........
Berty


The next release will be out towards the end of next month, and will have Dave's shadow intensity slider and will fix the 64-bit performance thing too. Honest.

Also, don't think of it as whinging, more as providing valuable feedback.
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20/06/2011 11:10:50

pyrrho
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ukBerty wrote:


Can I campaign to have a new release sooner than later to resolve at least the lighting if not the 64 bit issues

Berty


I'd like to campaign for more Beware the Pie-style comedy. :-)
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