Future of Cool 3D

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Future of Cool 3D

Post by dnavarrojr »

Given the cost difference, will two versions of Cool 3D continue to be maintained?

Will there be an upgrade to version 3.5? Or will PS be the only product updated in the future?

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Post by Ron P. »

I thought you had that information Dave :shock: ,

It is rare that anyone from Intervideo/Ulead responds here. Those folks are the only ones "in the know" about these things, and generally they don't tell. Then any one of us that are Beta-testers, have signed an NDA, (Non-Disclosure Agreement), so are not allowed to mention anything that was not approved.

There are several programs that we are concerned about being around much longer. MSP and of course DVD WS.

Since Vista, the freebie Cool 3D, is no longer supported or provided. For instances if you upgraded (and I say that lightly) to Vista, after purchasing VS10, then installed the Vista Patch, your Cool 3D will cease working. I don't know if that's any indication of what's down the road, but it certainly leaves one wondering..
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