The End of Dreamcard?
gandalf at doctorTimothyMiller.com
Mon Mar 6 15:48:59 EST 2006
>Timothy Miller wrote:
>>Thanks for your reply. It's not a question of licensing. It's a
>>question of planning. I'm just trying to figure out what RR product
>>I will need, in the long run, to continue running my stacks. Studio
>>is my guess.
>If you don't mind the persistent backdrop and you aren't using
>external databases, then I suspect you could also do fine with
>Media. Media has a script editor.
>But I think the idea of renewing DC now and waiting for a while to
>see what your needs are is a good one. That way you don't lose
I can't quite picture the "persistent backdrop." Is there a way to preview it?
Will Media support all the commands, functions, properties and
containers presently supported by Dreamcard, except for external
If so, will Media do other things that DC presently doesn't do?
I still can't figure out if Media is meant as a DC replacement, or if
it also adds functionality to Studio. Am I overlooking some kind of a
comparison chart on the RR website? If I'm not, this really shouldn't
be so hard.
I paid for an extended licence for DC some time ago, so renewing the
license is not an issue. I thought it was a bargain at the time,
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