About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

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About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by benn » Thu Oct 22, 2009 4:52 pm

We're quickly approaching the last 10 Indigo lifetime licences, so if you want in on the Indigo deal of a lifetime - read some more reasons why to buy.

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by zeitmeister » Thu Oct 22, 2009 7:53 pm

Congrats to that, guys!

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by Russdigo » Thu Oct 22, 2009 8:24 pm

Just to be clear its 295 euros for the lifetime version? The buying page is confusing?

Indigo 2.0 Licence and
Indigo Full Lifetime Licence

You just need the Indigo Full Lifetime Licence for 295?

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by zeitmeister » Thu Oct 22, 2009 8:52 pm

Exactly.
Plus, you got two node licences; that means that up to 3 computers can render one image simultaneously.

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by Russdigo » Thu Oct 22, 2009 9:04 pm

Why is there a Indigo 2.0 Licence option on the buying page?

I just ignore that and go for the Indigo Full Lifetime Licence...?

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by zeitmeister » Thu Oct 22, 2009 9:14 pm

Yes, the "Indigo Full Lifetime Licence" will not be available anymore in the very near future... it's a special offer.

"Indigo 2.0 Licence" ist the standalone, ordinary product, without lifetime upgrade service.
"Indigo 2.0 Node Licence" should be clear.

I hope I am explaining everything correctly; I am just a customer and not a developer or salesman of Glare Technologies.
Better wait for "benn" or "Ono" to verify my statements.

Or even better, write them an email: billing@glaretechnologies.com

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by WytRaven » Thu Oct 22, 2009 9:23 pm

...and again Ben you may want to update the front page. In fact at this point in the game you might want to update it for every sale :)

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by Russdigo » Thu Oct 22, 2009 9:24 pm

zeitmeister wrote:Yes, the "Indigo Full Lifetime Licence" will not be available anymore in the very near future... it's a special offer.

"Indigo 2.0 Licence" ist the standalone, ordinary product, without lifetime upgrade service.
"Indigo 2.0 Node Licence" should be clear.

I hope I am explaining everything correctly; I am just a customer and not a developer or salesman of Glare Technologies.
Better wait for "benn" or "Ono" to verify my statements.

Or even better, write them an email: billing@glaretechnologies.com
Thanks Zeitmeister. Lifetime Licences are now one closer to to being all gone.

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by suvakas » Thu Oct 22, 2009 10:09 pm

WytRaven wrote:...and again Ben you may want to update the front page. In fact at this point in the game you might want to update it for every sale :)
..and also store. It says that "About 40 Lifetime licences remain available." on the store page.

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by rendigo » Fri Oct 23, 2009 2:03 am

Hi,

I have started using the demo version of Indigo like 10 days ago and I am pretty impressed so far. I am in the rendering business (mainly architectural visualization) since '94 and have been working with differrent cad/modeling programs (starting with Autocad back in '88) and only recently started using Sketchup more and more. There are several render plugins but after trying out pretty much each of them I relly do like Indigo the most.
So now I hope the money transfer to my paypal account goes through fast enough to get ahold of one of the very last available lifetime licenses!

Regards,
Erwin

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by Godzilla » Fri Oct 23, 2009 9:25 am

Just a random thing, but in my opinion you guys shouldn't raise the price very much (or at all), when the Lifetime licenses are sold out. Right now, one of Indigo's major selling points (if not it's biggest) is the low price compared to other unbiased renderers.

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by WytRaven » Fri Oct 23, 2009 11:20 am

Godzilla wrote:Just a random thing, but in my opinion you guys shouldn't raise the price very much (or at all), when the Lifetime licenses are sold out. Right now, one of Indigo's major selling points (if not it's biggest) is the low price compared to other unbiased renderers.
I'm inclined to agree with that notion. Doubling the price and reducing the license to a single major version cycle at the same time is going to take indigo from uber-attractive to just-another-expensive-unbiased-render-engine.

Sticking with the same price point but switching from lifetime to single cycle just makes good sense I think.


...all personal opinion of course, I'm no business guru by any means.

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by WytRaven » Fri Oct 23, 2009 11:21 am

rendigo wrote:Hi,

I have started using the demo version of Indigo like 10 days ago and I am pretty impressed so far. I am in the rendering business (mainly architectural visualization) since '94 and have been working with differrent cad/modeling programs (starting with Autocad back in '88) and only recently started using Sketchup more and more. There are several render plugins but after trying out pretty much each of them I relly do like Indigo the most.
So now I hope the money transfer to my paypal account goes through fast enough to get ahold of one of the very last available lifetime licenses!

Regards,
Erwin

Welcome Rendigo :)

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by benn » Fri Oct 23, 2009 11:22 am

Yeah - to clarify, the price of Indigo isn't going up when the lifetime licences are sold out - Indigo 2.0 will still be 295€. :)

The price will go up eventually, but not this year.

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Re: About 10 Indigo lifetime licences left

Post by Jambert » Fri Oct 23, 2009 7:22 pm

benn wrote:Yeah - to clarify, the price of Indigo isn't going up when the lifetime licences are sold out - Indigo 2.0 will still be 295€. :)

The price will go up eventually, but not this year.
I agree with it, but before buying 2.0, buyers would probably want to know when will be released 3.0? And us too :)

edit: could make a "guest book"

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