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#Actualsolipcoder

Posted 29 August 2012 - 06:55 AM

I can't see how this would help me with game development. How many actually uses photos for their games? Also everything you show on the site looks bad. All the edges are jagged. Even if I wanted to do a game with moving photos, I certainly would not use your tool.

The only unique thing you have is that users are able to "animate photos online". But why would I want to do that? Can I make the game online too? If I need to upload my photos, animate them, and then download them again to use them in my game, I might just as well use an offline tool.

From site: "We are the only ones who can convert a photo into vector at photographic quality."
This is not true, and your tool doesn't even do a good job.

BTW--I didn't make,nor help make, the tool.

That might be true, but you are clearly with the company responsible for marketing the tool, which is pretty much the same thing. Once again you are being deceptive.

#2solipcoder

Posted 29 August 2012 - 06:55 AM

I can't see how this would help me with game development. How many actually uses photos for their games? Also everything you show on the site looks bad. All the edges are jagged. Even if I wanted to do a game with moving photos, I certainly would not use your tool.

The only unique thing you have is that users are able to "animate photos online". But why would I want to do that? Can I make the game online too? If I need to upload my photos, animate them, and then download them again to use them in my game, I might just as well use an offline tool.

From site: "We are the only ones who can convert a photo into vector at photographic quality."
This is not true, and your tool doesn't even do a good job.

BTW--I didn't make,nor help make, the tool.

That might be true, but you are clearly with the company responsible for marketing the tool, which is pretty much the same thing. Once again you are being deceptive.

#1solipcoder

Posted 29 August 2012 - 06:54 AM

I can't see how this would help me with game development. How many actually uses photos for their games? Also everything you show on the site looks bad. All the edges are jagged. Even if I wanted to do a game with moving photos, I certainly would not use your tool.

The only unique thing you have is that users are able to "animate photos online". But why would I want to do that? Can I make the game online too? If I need to upload my photos, animate them, and then download them again to use them in my game, I might just as well use an offline tool.

From site: "We are the only ones who can convert a photo into vector at photographic quality."
This is not true, and your tool doesn't even do a good job.

BTW--I didn't make,nor help make, the tool.

That might be true, but you are clearly with the company responsible for marketing the tool, which is pretty much the same thing. Once again you are deceptive.

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