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Isn't there a free downloadable version of Cool 3D available?

I'm trying to get some people interested in it.
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sjj1805 wrote:30 day FREE trials
Ahhh.. For some reason I thought they released 3.0 or something as freeware.
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Only with purchased products..;)
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Post by daniel »

I would rather qualify that as "included in the price" rather than free of charge...

Anyway it worked for them since it convinced me to buy the Real Thing(tm)
This my understanding of it.
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What limitations are on the trial? I want to record a tutorial for some friends on another site, but if they can't do much in the trial version, it might not be worth it. I'm trying to get some more people to buy C3D in the hopes Corel will keep it going. :)

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The only limitations are you can't apply patches, they will end after 30 days, and the additional contents (pictures, textures, effects, filters, etc) are limited to a few samples to get the hang of it.

But pay attention if buying now that Cool3D works only up to XP, no Vista.
Of course, who would prefer Vista over Cool3D? Easy choice.
This my understanding of it.
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dnavarrojr wrote:....... I want to record a tutorial for some friends on another site,.....
If you do please let us have the links so that we can share them amongst our members!

:D :D :D