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posted by Brian Krusic  on Aug. 12, 2015, 10 a.m. (4 years, 11 months, 22 days ago)
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Hi all,
It was a real pleasure and treat to finally meet you.
Some were faces from the past while others were new.  I really enjoyed it.
I was speaking with said vendor about having a more granular pricing structure.
They replied with the fact that even though M&E has more visibility, sewer and water treatment design is bigger business.
I took that as people would rather watch NetFlix then take a s%$t but in the end, the latter is more necessary and larger.
I personally would rather watch NetFlix as well.
At any rate, CC has royalty free rendering, Maxon has cheap render lics, something like $200 for 100 or perhaps the other way around.  I think if Foundry and Vray were to come up with a hourly/daily/weekly render license pricing, that would be cool.
At any rate, many are at Siggraph this week so enjoy and be safe.
Man, traffic down there is brutal.
- Brian
A good day is when no one shows up... and you don't have to go anywhere."

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Response from Brian Krusic @ Aug. 12, 2015, 10:25 a.m.
To follow up.
How about a license token that gets us say a certain number of hours of rendering.
Then we simply fill up that token as needed.
Start out with 100 hours of rendering and fill up in 10 hour increments.
- Brian
A good day is when no one shows up... and you don't have to go anywhere."
On Aug 12, 2015, at 6:57 AM, Brian Krusic <brian@krusic.com> wrote:
Hi all,
It was a real pleasure and treat to finally meet you.
Some were faces from the past while others were new.  I really enjoyed it.
I was speaking with said vendor about having a more granular pricing structure.
They replied with the fact that even though M&E has more visibility, sewer and water treatment design is bigger business.
I took that as people would rather watch NetFlix then take a s%$t but in the end, the latter is more necessary and larger.
I personally would rather watch NetFlix as well.
At any rate, CC has royalty free rendering, Maxon has cheap render lics, something like $200 for 100 or perhaps the other way around.  I think if Foundry and Vray were to come up with a hourly/daily/weekly render license pricing, that would be cool.
At any rate, many are at Siggraph this week so enjoy and be safe.
Man, traffic down there is brutal.
- Brian
A good day is when no one shows up... and you don't have to go anywhere."
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