2 comments on “SpaceClaim 2014.0 x64

  1. damnit.. again with huge releases on those unreliable download sites with pay if you want it quicker .. you guys are bullshitters trying to make money of ripped software – I would say it’s OK to used ripped software for learning purposes – but if you start making money off it, support and buy it – it will help the developers more and all of the people using it..
    .. anyways, torrent that shite – this is ridiculous

    .. even most of those hosting companies make because of the ripped software.. again, I don’t support people making money by just copying stuff around

    – if you rip software and don’t make any money off it, I don’t see that much of a problem there – it’s not a car, you cannot sell it later the same way you got it.. and if you don’t use it’s either that it’s crap and not user friendly, or you tried and failed – I’d rather if you try and win, and then support – that would be way benificial – we need more of an free open source philosophy there – software for free / charge for the support, or donate you favorite developer.. or use advertising to help you get moneyz..

    ..other than that, this forum is a great resource and has more information than on native software web sites..

    – cgpersia could probably get revenue from just advertising all of those companies – half of those I would never even hear about if it wasn’t listed, which means if I manage to use it in a pipeline and make enough money, I’ll buy those, I will not buy a plugin that I think I might use and never do / or I could learn how to use it and when someone requests it in the project / you can calculate it into the cost..

    – did anyone really ever made a comparison, between how much money big software companies loose through ripping software – and how many new contributing users they receive / and receive free advertisement them through pirating software..

    – it feels like autodesk actually doesn’t mind that much – it seems they always use the same copyrighting technique for the past 10 years.. like don’t change a thing if it works.. if 50% people buy and 50% people rip, and the company still makes more money – who is to loose there – it’s only when they think they can make even more

    – I’m gonna rationalize this, say you’re a 16 year old – no way to afford 3dmax even in a student version cause if you work it’s either pocket money, or for food..
    – but by the time you start being good at it, you actually start earning money, and then you will buy it cause you want all of the support – and all that autodesk had to do is – nothing at all – not even move a finger, and they have that free advert – because everyone uses 3dmax for the past 15-20 years and it’s easily downloadable and has lots of support because of that fact..

    .. this rationalization probably doesn’t work that much on 10-20$ worth of software, and people trying to live off their work

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