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so whats the difference with full version of visionlab?

Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2008, 11:13am

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badmonk

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hey guys!!

ok i have been playing around with the demo of vision lab and very very impressed, i mean i thought i'd get to grips with it before parting with my hard earned cash smile
ok so now i am getting used to how it works and 95% sure i am gonna pick this up, but if you dont mind me asking if i bought effects lab and composite lab separately thats £178 right, so as vision lab is £299, what else do we get in there please?

sorry for the dumb question smile
Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2008, 11:40am

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SketchWork

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There are a lot of main advantages of purchasing VisionLab over the other Lab products.

  • You get both apps in one application - so no switching from Effects to Composites.

  • You get some unique effects that are not available in the other applications.

  • But the main thing is that you get a full commercial license with VisionLab and you do not need to credit FXhome if you don't want to.

  • Here is the comparision list: http://fxhome.com/products/comparison

  • Here you can read all about VisionLab: http://fxhome.com/visionlab/
Hope this helps.

Justin
Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2008, 2:26pm

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badmonk

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thanks for the reply smile

yeah i was just wanting to justify the extra £121
i know the comparison stuff so basically the extra 121 quid is so you dont have to give fxhome a mention???

i will do that anyways no matter what version i got as credit where its due smile
Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2008, 2:28pm

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Simon K Jones

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The commercial license is a big part of the higher price, but there are other things like extra grading filters, the entire lightning engine, plus the fact that it's all available within a single interface.

Personally I really value having it all within a single interface, as it frees up a lot more creative options, especially if you're dealing with complex shots. Can also save a lot of rendering time.

But, then, I'm biased, as I get to use all FXhome software for free. One of the perks. wink
Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2008, 2:53pm

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badmonk

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i am now an official vision lab holder biggrin woohoo!!

(happy cos also playing far cry 2, fable 2 and dead space today!!) biggrinbiggrinbiggrin
Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2008, 2:54pm

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Simon K Jones

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Woohoo! Welcome to the club. smile Let us know how you get on!

Also, I'm jealous of you being able to play Far Cry 2. Mine hasn't arrived yet. sad
Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2008, 3:13pm

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badmonk

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FC2 & fable 2 are bloody awesome!! aint tried dead space yet but that also looks great! smile
Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2008, 3:27pm

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Simon K Jones

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Yeah, I've heard good things about Dead Space, but apparently the PC version has been slightly fumbled with regards to controls, so I probably won't be playing it, alas.