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    Looking forward to it Mambo. Keep up the good work.
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    With all these updates, I'm confused by what the functional/computational differences between Deep FX Studio 3 and Deep Rising FX 3 will be if we're a Lightwave user. Considering the early access to Studio 3 is only $99, is there an advantage in waiting and spending more for the LW integrated version?

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    Deep Rising FX is purely for simulations, and is integrated into Lightwave. If that's all you're interested in then that's the best choice. Its also been around more than 3yrs, so the code is mode stable.

    Deep FX Studio will have the same simulation tools, plus rendering, basic modelling, keyframe animation, and a non destructive node workflow. The biggest difference for the simulation tools will be the optional procedural workflow in Deep FX Studio, and deeper integration of third party Libraries. The biggest reason Deep FX Studio exists is to create tools that go beyond any 3D packages SDK, because I have full control. So eventually Deep FX Studio will be able to do things Deep Rising FX cannot, due to limitations.

    The pricing difference is mainly due to the fact Deep FX Studio is new, and isn't a proven product. If it succeeds and becomes popular the price will probably increase to reflect that.
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    Ah, OK. So for version 3 there's no big advantage in doing the sim in Studio and exporting to LW just to render.

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    Yes no advantages for exporting fluid simulations yet. But to can work in the opposite direction, export from Lightwave and use features exclusive to Deep FX Studio. I think Deep FX Studio will compliment Lightwave nicely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OFF View Post
    Hello. The second day I study the plugin.. The function "Edit selected Rigid objects" does not work for me. I need to assign the same parameters to several dozen objects - I have to do it one by one.
    When you try to add a filter DR Drag - LW immediately crashes.
    When will the manual be updated? Will filters be added for the arena solver? Will the Wind filter be added?
    For "Edit selected Rigid objects" you need to select the objects in the viewport, not in the domain. Otherwise it works even on version v2.5.
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    Where is the link to the early buy in for studio?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ernpchan View Post
    Where is the link to the early buy in for studio?
    The early buy discount will be applied at checkout for either edition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkChief View Post
    The early buy discount will be applied at checkout for either edition.
    So is the plugin version the only one available for purchase? So I would be getting a discount on that but then still buying studio later on? In effect buying two products or can I just buy Studio? Sorry for the dumb questions but I don't see a link to buy Studio on the site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ernpchan View Post
    So is the plugin version the only one available for purchase? So I would be getting a discount on that but then still buying studio later on? In effect buying two products or can I just buy Studio? Sorry for the dumb questions but I don't see a link to buy Studio on the site.
    They are separate products (for example like Realflow and its integrated plugin). The difference here is Deep FX Studio has other tools beyond fluid simulations. The early access discount only applies to Deep FX Studio, while it's still in beta.

    The links don't show if you are browsing in phone mode. Here is a link.


    https://www.deepfxworld.com/deep_fx_studio_comparison.php
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    Ah ok, I was browsing through my phone. I can see the link now. When will the early access discount end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ernpchan View Post
    Ah ok, I was browsing through my phone. I can see the link now. When will the early access discount end?

    Thanks.
    Whenever the beta ends, so undecided. But the discountable amount may change in the future.
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    Managed to clear the final hurdles earlier than expected. So decided to release this one week early. Deep Rising FX v3.0, enjoy. And I would like to thank everyone for the encouragement and support. This wouldn't be possible without all of you.

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    Excellent! Congrats on the release of v3.0!

    Question: When I click on the Upgrade button, the screen says v2.0 Upgrade. I assume if I follow through, I'll actually get the v3.0 upgrade? I'll purchase as soon as this is confirmed. Also, what is the upgrade price?

    Thanks in advance for any info.

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