Let us all know if its worth the upgrade money.. NO I don't think its a 64 bit version..
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Scarleg wrote:I received a reply from Photodex and indeed it is still 32 bit.
Demonstrating Photodex's wisdom in being a Windows only application, since the next major Mac OS release will not support 32bit applications.
So who purchased and whats new?
your original posting? This goes into great detail about the latest version, including
all the new facilities - http://www.photodex.com/producer9. Only you can decide
whether they are useful or not.
Mike - UK
Deadman wrote:So who purchased and whats new?
I still have big doubts about giving $ 90 for the changes. Of all the technical innovations of particular
interest are Follow Filters, direct modification of the scale, and a new function of the modifiers "Bounce".
The first two possibilities, I think, require serious refinement. At the very least, Follow Filters are not suitable
when changing the scale of the control layer.
A direct modification of the scale - makes it difficult to control the layers in the viewing window.
What are the opinions of advanced users of the program in this respect?
P.S. The second reason to postpone the update is that the developers are more concerned with raising money
from regular customers. Therefore, significant updates are made no earlier than 13 months, when the period
for a free update expires. It's not fair, I think, every update costs $ 90, it's 36% of the new purchase.
The eighth version was also updated in 13 months, and the changes made to it did not cost 90 dollars.
It turns out, in three years I buy Proshow Producer completely, as for the first time.
It makes sense to postpone the update for six months, maybe then there will be an opportunity to update
to 10 versions in the next year. ))
Provided that significant updates will be of interest to developers.
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