> So if the price is moving in line with the Gold subscription, does
> that mean that there will be a lower level of subscription available,
> as in the other packages?
> On 8 July 2011 20:55, Len Krenzler <l...@creativecontrol.ca
> <mailto:l...@creativecontrol.ca>> wrote:
> Brent, I think you are punching well above you weight as well, no
> doubt about it. Looking at the list I'd say development has
> accelerated since AD took over. I may not be a huge AD fan but I
> have to say it's a lot better than what Avid was doing with it
> (they still failed to learn anything from SI when they owned it, I
> know, I use an Avid editor daily).
> I can't imagine why anyone would be skeptical about the future of
> SI. It's gaining ground now and the future is bright. I don't
> think any 3D application is moving forward and super speed, they
> are just way too complex, it takes time no matter what.
> Just hoping the trend continues much like it is now...keep up the
> fantastic work! Much appreciated!
> On 7/8/2011 1:23 PM, Luc-Eric Rousseau wrote:
> Every once in a while, it's good to go on this link to look up
> has been added over the last few releases
> I do know we missed a bunch the enhancements coming from
> so not every tweak/feature is there
> Autodesk Softimage 2012 (April, 2011)
> Main Theme: ICE Modeling, UI and SDK maintenance requests, Max and
> mudbox one-click
> Autodesk Softimage 2011 SAP (Subscription Advantage Pack)
> (October 2010)
> Main Theme: Lagoa, Maya one-click
> Autodesk Softimage 2011 (April 2010)
> Main Theme: Dynamic Shaders (no more SPDL, registry) ICE
> Face Robot Lipsync
> Autodesk Softimage 2010 (September, 2009)
> Main theme: Face Robot added, performance : the sum of 2 years of
> work, scene search, ref models,
> Autodesk Softimage 7.5 (February, 2009)
> Main Theme: new feature Unfold
> Softimage XSI 7.0 (July, 2008)
> Main Theme: ICE, render tree revamp and shader compounds,
> gamma correction
> On Fri, Jul 8, 2011 at 9:58 AM, Brent McPherson
> <mailto:Brent.McPher...@autodesk.com>> wrote:
> Thanks Eric.
> It is weird to hear that some think development is
> stagnating despite reassurances from Chinny and Luc-Eric
> that Softimage development is strong.
> As a team I always felt we were "punching above our
> weight" and given the size of the application and the
> resources we have. This means that we have to manage a
> careful balancing act between new features and addressing
> old issues but I think the Autodesk releases speak for
> themselves. Under Autodesk we have a very regular release
> schedule and are owned by a company that is deeply
> invested in the 3D business.
> I guess the releases will have to continue speaking for
> themselves but rest assured we will continue to listen.
> Personally, this list is a big part of why I like working
> on this product. A direct line between the Softimage DEVs
> and passionate customers where everyone can contribute
> regardless of how many licences or employees you have.
> Seems like a rare luxury to me...
> Peace out. ;-)
> Len Krenzler - Creative Control Media Productions
> Phone: 780.463.3126
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