I respectfully disagree. I almost never get pissed, but when I do, I do it for a reason.
Yes, everyone can have his opinion – and for all I care, you can have yours and are free to express it.
As a matter of fact, I’d love to get constructive feedback – but yours couldn’t be further away from useful feedback.
And by far not everything you wrote…[Read more]
So, a couple of things:
First – the “bad side of all Assimilate products is cost”?!?!
Dude, on what planet are you living? Where is that notion coming from that everything software has to be free?
Seriously – we’ve put a lot of work in this software, and that has value. And given the monthly salary of a single developer, 20 USD a month for Play…[Read more]
sorry for the long silence – I was away from my machine for quite a while.
Thanks for the elaborate answer!
I do understand that the SCRATCH UI is as easy to grasp right away, like Resolve’s.
Also, I’m afraid the UI (and whole structure behind it) is not gonna change any soon.
But from the tutorial side, I’m thinking about doing…[Read more]
well, I agree, SCRATCH’s UI is not straight forward.
However, once you got the concept, it’ll be amazingly fast.
The comparison to PP, FCP7, FCPX, Logic, Pro Tools is a bit too far-fetched imho as those are editing/audio apps (and for the live of me, I find ProTools and Logic far from being straight forward, really).
I mean.. look at…[Read more]
Nicholas A Skinner wrote:
Another argument may be that by failing to support .krw, BMD is artificially propping up the market for Assimilate Scratch.
Definitely — would any of us even consider Scratch if not for buying Kinefinity cameras? My guess is nope :ugeek:
Possibly, because you’ve never taken a serious look at…[Read more]