Goldorak wrote:Lewis wrote:Thanks for info Jules,
Can you please answer this question also.
IF i buy subscription for 2019, 2020 and let's say you release 2 full Octane versions until then.
What happens if user decides he can't/won't upgrade for 2021, does he fall back to Octane v4 or can use last version he downloaded until his maintence/subscription lasted (in this example Octane 2020) ?
As it says in the FAQ if when you cancel, you go back to V4 and what you had before the update period(s) started. That doesn't mean we can't come up with some middle ground much further down the line that improves on this in 2021, but there isn't any plan for this at the moment.
chrisfranklin6002 wrote:"Will future versions of Octane be supported in the free tier?"
"For 2018.1 and later, we may need to rethink the 2 GPU limit as a differentiation from the paid tiers . it is meaningless when two GPUs give you 800-1000 OB and 22 GB to 50 GB of combined VRAM:"
That's assuming that everyone's running 2080ti's!
Some people are still on 780tis - some people only have 1 card.
As Tom put - "if you can afford to spend thousands on equipment, what's an extra $45 a month?"
The 2 GPU subscription is for those people that don't have studios, are doing it for fun, are just out of uni. That's a bit mad.
It's the exact same price as a redshift annual license, which includes updates for 12 months, and support for rtx cards - and it's had Optix denoising in for the last god knows how long - just pointing that out, there's a lot of people sitting on the fence with the Octane/Redshift thing - this could be the tipping point.
RNDR Tokens seems like it's run by a totally different company....
Still love Octane though!
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