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solidangle.com is dead, long live solidangle.com

Post by xsisupport » 16 Jan 2014, 19:57

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Post by mattmos » 16 Jan 2014, 20:14

Congrats on the next step Solids! Like the website, very clean. Looking forward to the single user licence, and the rental costs look pretty decent.

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Post by owei » 16 Jan 2014, 20:31

Congrats!!!! Now it is official..! All the best!

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Post by Bullit » 16 Jan 2014, 20:40

So the 350 euros for rental means one have to use it minimum of 53.xxx days? Is this 5 computers?

I see this numbers as strange so i must be making some mistake.

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Post by xsisupport » 16 Jan 2014, 21:02

Bullit wrote:So the 350 euros for rental means one have to use it minimum of 53.xxx days? Is this 5 computers?

I see this numbers as strange so i must be making some mistake.
The rental price minimum isn't based on single-license rentals. Customers are usually renting 5, 10, or more licences, so you have to think of the 350 minimum in that context.
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Post by origin » 16 Jan 2014, 21:11

Ahh finally...vray 3.0 around corner :))

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Post by xsisupport » 16 Jan 2014, 21:16

origin wrote:Ahh finally...vray 3.0 around corner :))
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Post by luis7654 » 17 Jan 2014, 01:45

This is great! Softimage it's on their main page, this can get more new softimage users :D

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Post by Werner » 17 Jan 2014, 09:58

It's good to see Solidangle going live after the long wait.

We were lucky enough to be part of the beta for the last 3 years, and it was a great experience. I'm loving rendering again.

Try it out and see your art reach new levels of awesomeness....and no, I don't work for Solidangle.

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Post by Manticor » 17 Jan 2014, 11:03

Would love to learn Arnold but where are the resources for learning .i.e tutorials in HTML or video form ?

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Post by Rork » 17 Jan 2014, 12:10

Agreeing with Werner 200%, MR is a distant memory by now.

so, congrats on the new website!

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Post by Hirazi Blue » 17 Jan 2014, 12:22

Rork wrote:MR is a distant memory by now.
Well, it depends on how deep your pockets are, I guess... :((
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Post by xsisupport » 17 Jan 2014, 12:31

Manticor wrote:Would love to learn Arnold but where are the resources for learning .i.e tutorials in HTML or video form ?
https://www.solidangle.com/arnold/documentation/

https://www.solidangle.com/support/educ ... -training/

https://support.solidangle.com
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Post by julius » 17 Jan 2014, 17:14

There's no video training for softimage ? :(

Edit : there is only one for Softimage from fxphd, but there are tons for maya.

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Post by Rork » 17 Jan 2014, 17:22

Workflow is the 99% same for both, some shaders are different between Maya and SI.

FXPHD has the Arnold 101 that is fully explained in SI.
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Re: solidangle.com is dead, long live solidangle.com

Post by raphi_13 » 18 Jan 2014, 08:35

great to see it's slowly becoming public. congrats

how about a student license? it is a pricey rendering solution i have to say. it seems by now a lot of post- and vfx houses are using it and i assume a bunch of licenses have been sold... so why is it still so expensive?

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