Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

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Doug Armand
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Re: Bug trying to use Commercial Indigo 2.0

Post by Doug Armand » Sun May 03, 2009 4:42 am

[quote="Doug Armand"]Just installed and licensed the x64 bit version and get an error message box with the simple but meaningless message "Error:" when I try to render :shock:

Get this both if I try and render from blender using Blendigo 1.1.14 on Windows 7 RC2 or if I try and resume from a igi made in indigo x64 v1.1.18.

Am posting here because I can't post in Beta as I'm locked out of it.[/quote]

Gone back to using XP64 and it seems to work now fine - at least resume works - haven't tried exporting from blender yet

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by delic » Sun May 03, 2009 6:45 am

Would be cool to have a counter on the site to see the remaining lifelong licenses.

I intend to buy it, but wait for some cash ...

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by Frt » Sun May 03, 2009 11:28 am

[quote="delic"]Would be cool to have a counter on the site to see the remaining lifelong licenses.

I intend to buy it, but wait for some cash ...[/quote]

+1
Exactly, the same situation on my side.

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by carbon » Sun May 03, 2009 11:02 pm

Ben? No messages about additional node price? There might be others getting a bit nervous about it..
c.

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by Kojack » Mon May 04, 2009 7:32 am

Many, many thanks for your awesome, hard work, Ono.
Good luck with commercializing.

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by Deus » Mon May 04, 2009 1:40 pm

Congratulations Ono for getting a payday :)

Hope you can make some sort of living out of it.

Cheers!

/ Deus

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by Pibuz » Mon May 04, 2009 7:24 pm

Ok guys: first pc licenced successfully!
Now one last help please...

What have I to do, in order to activate the second available node, after having installed Indigo 2.0 on the other machine?

Sorry for bothering so much guys...

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by olaf3de » Tue May 05, 2009 5:52 pm

Hello everyone.
Im new here. Im very, very interesting about IndigoRenderer.
I think it is "light in the tunnel" for people like me that I need some nice
renderer for high quality rendering but Ican't afford to spend 10000 or 20000$ for all
My rendering farm machines. I plan to buy one license (for start) for My MayaUnlimited2009
on workstation and 12 additional nodes for My render farm that works on linux (Ubuntu).

So (like Carbon) Im interesting about:

In base package We have 1 license and additional one? Or additional 2 nodes for slave machines?

Price for next 1 additional node for rendering on additional slave machine.

Is any discount if I buy 12 additional nodes?

When will be (or maybe is allready?) Linux64bit version for download?

Is it possible transfer a node license from my existing machine to new one if I buy one in the future?

Similar situation is if for example machine is broken (motherboard) or hard drive/system need to be reinstall
becouse is damage...Is any limit of times to activate IndigoRenderer on new motherboard/hard drive with new operating system?

If soo, it will be free or You charge Me somehow again?

I hope that You understanding all what I write here (sorry for My english).
I will waiting for answers.
Stay in touch
Olaf-IndigoRenderer big fan :)

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by WytRaven » Tue May 05, 2009 6:21 pm

Well some of these questions I can answer.

1. The current "Indigo 100" lifetime license deal provides you with 1 x GUI License (master) and 2 x node license.
2. Licenses are transferable to new machines as you upgrade from time to time (each license is tied to a single machine at a time and hardware keying is used to ensure this). Simply contact Glare when the need to transfer a license arises and all will be sorted out for you.

I know the above answers from actual experience. Unfortunately I cannot answer the additional nodes question at this point as I do not have experience with that particular situation.

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by Russdigo » Wed May 06, 2009 2:37 am

Will RANCH or any other render farm be supporting Indigo 2.0?

What will happen to the the licences of the older versions of Indigo? Will they still be able to be used for work?

Lifetime license? As in until I die? As a Transhumanist I consider this a pretty good deal!


Cheers Russell

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by remus » Wed May 06, 2009 4:26 am

Russdigo, you can still use old licenses of indigo for commercial work (check the license in the indigo file for the exact details.)

lifetime updates=lifetime updates

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by WytRaven » Wed May 06, 2009 5:56 am

Well to be more correct it's updates for the lifetime of the product, not your lifetime. The difference seems slight but is quite actually enormous.

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by Phr0stByte » Wed May 06, 2009 6:39 am

I am itching to buy, but...... Where is the native Linux version?!

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by carbon » Wed May 06, 2009 8:57 am

[quote="WytRaven"]Well to be more correct it's updates for the lifetime of the product, not your lifetime. The difference seems slight but is quite actually enormous.[/quote]

That's what i am afraid of...

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Re: Indigo is going commercial; Indigo 2.0

Post by CTZn » Wed May 06, 2009 10:20 am

Keep the head cool guys.

You are discussing organisational points that are indeed very new, and that perhaps, were hasted in some way.

Unlike Glare, Indigo is no baby no more. Can you see the enormous difference there ?

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