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30/09/2015 20:20:28

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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I understand what you're saying there, Cloudninja.

I think the chemistry pack was something that was started a while ago, and just needed finishing and testing before release. The "other" content pack I talked about isn't official, and has not started testing - I'd say they're probably going to sort out the key frame stuff before they get round to the next content pack. (Of course, a lot of what I say is speculation based on Muvizu's past. The time frames that I say are deliberately vague).

Muvizu is probably not going to fall down the pitfall which iClone did. You can see that the core program, and most of the functionality is based in Muvizu:Play+; whereas the content packs are just extra features like objects/characters. You can obviously import your own objects so this isn't a problem for those who don't want the extra packs. Personally, I think they could bring the price of Play+ up to £50 if needed.

Also, the merging of the asset section and store shows that there's potential for users to monetize their own assets in the future.

PatMarrNC, you're right about the updates showing that Digimania are giving Muvizu some love again. Stick around for after they finish the waypoints, they'll probably start pumping out content packs and store changes to improve Muvizu.

As an end note, I would have said that the update was going to come out today, but I wasn't sure how secret it was.
MrDrWho13 wrote:
PatMarrNC wrote:
"mid August" became "mid Sept" which became "by the end of the month"
Now it's pretty much the end of the month. Any news?

Stick around, there's still a chance it'll be September.

-Yesterday
edited by MrDrWho13 on 30/09/2015
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06/10/2015 21:42:11

Farscaper
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As a purchaser of dozens of similar programs, and an SEO specialist, I find myself perplexed to see that Muvizu isn't colossally more prominent and popular.

I haven't taken the time to fully analyze what might be causing the problem, but I'm likely to wear out my welcome offering suggestions over time. Nothing to do with the technical side, just marketing.

I do realize that the entire process is quite complex and not every great idea bears fruit. I've had several duds when it comes to some of my own websites and brainstorms but I believe my unique perspective, along with the long-time wisdom of the program's key supporters could not only keep this project alive but thriving.

Anyway, I ramble. I love the program and hope to see it live long and prosper. That's why I'm humbly asking for a bit of leeway when it comes to mentioning even the concept of improvement changes. No one likes to be told they should change the nappies on their beautiful baby.
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