Rev Media and the product line gap

Dennis Brown see3d at writeme.com
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.

Dennis

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

> On 27/3/06 00:53, "Timothy Miller"  
> <gandalf at doctorTimothyMiller.com> 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 runrev.com ~ http://www.runrev.com/
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