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ryguy4377

Member Since 10 Jun 2006
Offline Last Active Nov 27 2012 11:22 AM

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In Topic: MindTex

18 December 2011 - 10:54 AM

Just as a quick update: I am currently working on a fairly big update as far as making the video memory usage more efficient and improving logging/stability in some various other areas; I'll let you guys know as soon as it's out (in case that's been an issue for anyone on here).

EDIT: okay update is out; should provide significant improvements in video memory usage:http://frozenflamecorp.com/site/media/MindTex-1.0-Beta.msi  

In Topic: MindTex

16 December 2011 - 05:12 PM

That is interesting...hard to say whether it was the textures or the program, but I'll double check the code to make sure. At any rate, glad it worked, and thanks!

In Topic: MindTex

16 December 2011 - 04:48 PM

When you say it loaded fine, do you mean the program itself or do you mean it stays black even after loading in an image? If the former: it won't show anything in the preview until you load something in (the geometry is just shaded black by default, though maybe I should change that so it isn't misleading). But if it is the latter, let me know and I'll look into it!

In Topic: MindTex

16 December 2011 - 07:51 AM




Hey Max, I'm glad you liked it!



Definately! That is some very impressive work! How long did the coding take? Posted Image

Hey Max, the coding took me around 3 months in all.



Very cool. I was wondering when there would be a crazy bump clone and I think you pulled it off. Very professional looking too; great job.

Any idea on how much you are planning on selling it for?


Hey, glad you liked it! I'm planning on selling it for $65 once it is out of beta, though I'm offering a discount if anyone wants to 'pre-order' it while it is in beta. The $65 will be for a professional use-it-for-whatever-you-want license. Crazybump's big price tag for its commercial license was actually a factor in why I wanted to do this in the first place - I really felt like it was a bit much for such a specific-purpose tool, and wanted to make something that was more doable on an indie budget.




I'm all about indie. When you are ready PM me and I will gladly buy a copy from you.

[EDIT]
Guess I should have checked your site first... Anyway, I purchased my copy :)





Hey, awesome! I certainly appreciate the support! Don't hesitate to let me know if you run into any issues along the line, and I'll try to get them sorted out as quickly as I can.

On that note, as a general update for anyone reading this who may have run into issues launching MindTex: I've fixed a couple bugs with connectivity to the updates / beta servers as well as one with initialization on Windows XP.


In Topic: MindTex

15 December 2011 - 03:15 PM


Hey Max, I'm glad you liked it!



Definately! That is some very impressive work! How long did the coding take? Posted Image

Hey Max, the coding took me around 3 months in all.



Very cool. I was wondering when there would be a crazy bump clone and I think you pulled it off. Very professional looking too; great job.

Any idea on how much you are planning on selling it for?


Hey, glad you liked it! I'm planning on selling it for $65 once it is out of beta, though I'm offering a discount if anyone wants to 'pre-order' it while it is in beta. The $65 will be for a professional use-it-for-whatever-you-want license. Crazybump's big price tag for its commercial license was actually a factor in why I wanted to do this in the first place - I really felt like it was a bit much for such a specific-purpose tool, and wanted to make something that was more doable on an indie budget.



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