Rev Media and the product line gap

Dennis Brown see3d at
Mon Mar 27 09:32:17 EST 2006

Having no backdrop in the IDE gets around 99% of my objections.   
Being an inventive user, I use DC as a tool for my own use --not to  
deliver products.  I run all my creations in the IDE so I can change  
them on the fly whenever I get a new idea.  The inventive user, is  
the market that DC was a good match for.  Studio is priced too high  
for that.  DC was fine.  Media would also be fine if it can serve  
that market also.


On Mar 27, 2006, at 6:38 AM, Kevin Miller wrote:

> On 27/3/06 00:53, "Timothy Miller"  
> <gandalf at> wrote:
>> I can't endorse that statement. I've tried using my dreamcard stacks
>> with the backdrop turned on, to get a sense of what it might be like
>> to use Media. A mandatory backdrop seems unnecessary and user hostile
>> to me.
> Please wait for Media before passing judgment on it.  A more finely  
> detailed
> breakdown of exactly what is in Media and what isn't in it will appear
> around about shipping time.  The backdrop is in the player (not the  
> IDE) and
> is appropriate for delivering Media type applications - e.g. a  
> kiosk or
> presentation.
> Kind regards,
> Kevin
> Kevin Miller ~ kevin at ~
> Runtime Revolution - User-Centric Development Tools
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