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News / Re: Pricing and release date announced
« on: 2014-10-09, 22:36:44 »
Adam, are you going to post it today?


Hey not anymore, tomorrow. But it is ready.

News / Re: Pricing and release date announced
« on: 2014-10-09, 17:28:41 »
No problem. We are trying. I just finished article. It is probably and unfortunately the longest post ever trying to cover almost every possible questions regarding licenses and prices.
To technical questions. If there is a bug with IES and if it was reported, I am pretty sure, that it is on Ondrej's todo bug fix list. (report it here

 Yesterday I did a couple of calls over skype and I have discussed opinions from both sides about box, saas, nodes, etc. I am just trying to find golden ratio which will fit most of the users. I am aware I cannot make everyone happy, but I have tried to adjust things for every license type and also for people demanding something for "free".

I am wondering if I should post it today, or better tomorrow, as I have to do couple of spell checks, some graphics to explain our intentions better. etc. I would like to get very wide audience

News / Re: Pricing and release date announced
« on: 2014-10-09, 14:46:59 »
Hey guys. Thanks for the questions. As I already wrote some pages back, I am writing follow up article with answers to your questions. It should be online a bit later today.
Some stuff were probably not explained in good way. So hopefully new article will clear things up.

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News / Re: Pricing and release date announced
« on: 2014-10-08, 20:03:37 »
Hi guys, as I wrote on facebook earlier, we really like that we have started discussion and it is interesting to read your opinions and suggestions.
We went through the points raised here, fb and emails and we made conclusions which we would like to present probably at some point tomorrow.
I just want to let everyone know, that we read every post and that we are already sadly aware that we cannot make everyone happy. It is not possible.

News / Re: Pricing and release date announced
« on: 2014-10-08, 08:30:33 »
you will need to buy 3 licences. You will then be able to run Corona on 12 computers at once, with at most 3 of them being workstations
So in my case, it will be 75 EURO for Corona per month, = 900 EURO per year (for personal/non-commercial use). Or 1350 EURO for the box versions (for year or two, before next upgrade)...
Thanks, but that is too high for me.
Sad news :(
How much you would have to pay with v-ray? Can you calculate that? I do have a feeling that they offer 1 render node for free with you license. But we will look into individual nodes issue.

News / Re: Pricing and release date announced
« on: 2014-10-07, 22:34:28 »
Hello Guys, thanks a lot for all the questions and opinions. We do have answers to your questions and I will publish them tomorrow after I will get some sleep.
Until then keep posting questions and opinions. Thanks a lot everyone. Highly appreciated.

I am writing blog article about that

General Discussion / Re: Presentation at AD5
« on: 2014-10-06, 11:16:28 »
Hi Richard,
thanks for your kind words and we are very happy that you will give Corona a try.
Let me know if you will want to get SOA1 build instead of standard A7.1 which is available on our website.

It is very cool. Thomas is running in between hotfix version. So it is not 1.1 and not 1.0. We are still fixing. I hope to have 1.1 hotfix soon. Speed was the issue on some of the machines, so with 1.1 you will be hopefully able to use fullspeed on every hw

That is the plan pBarrelas. Once we will have funds, we can speed up the development.

And thank you raphael for all this suggestions. It is very valuable

zackyd: put it into mantis bug tracker please.

About this forum / Planned server maintenance - 10/08/2014
« on: 2014-08-09, 16:49:50 »
Hello everyone,
our website and forum will not be available for couple of hours tomorrow (10/08/2014). Starting around 1400GMT till 1700GMT.

We are upgrading our servers. After the update the forum should be faster and handle more users online than before

Thanks for the understanding

Looking forward to see more Thomas :)

Work in Progress/Tests / Re: Alpha 7 tests
« on: 2014-07-02, 12:01:20 »
I guess Jaguar is now the official car manufacturer of Corona ;)

Excellent work Jeff and thanks for the suggestions.

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