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CB PAINT STATUS

Postby LouBruno » Sat Jul 18, 2009 9:43 am

It's time to get CB PAINT rolling for the Generation 3 units now!!!!!!
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Re: CB PAINT STATUS

Postby Alan » Sun Jul 19, 2009 10:15 am

A brows of the TV Paint site recently suggests they are working on TV Paint 9.5. This appears to have features that make it easier to edit HD projects. There is an artist who is using a new version to do a video on Joshua Slokum. Check it out I may be wrong. Lets hope they are also doing a version for us. My guess is that it would be an upgrade so we will have to pay for it. I will not quibble over this as no one can work for nothing.

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Re: CB PAINT STATUS

Postby TimKennelly » Sun Jul 19, 2009 12:01 pm

I would strongly suggest you get every single MacroSystem CB Paint enthusiast and user to write directly to TV Paint requesting a version for the MS third generation Linux based machines.

The bottom line is demand drives research and development.
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Re: CB PAINT STATUS

Postby ChrisStone » Sun Jul 19, 2009 3:05 pm

That might help, but getting them to recode a windows based program into Linux, for a program that sold about 30 full priced copies in North America is a long shot.
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Re: CB PAINT STATUS

Postby LouBruno » Sun Jul 19, 2009 3:17 pm

30? That's it? Fat Chance we will ever see this. I can't even get a reply on the TV PAINT FORUM or from Germany either.


ChrisStone wrote:That might help, but getting them to recode a windows based program into Linux, for a program that sold about 30 full priced copies in North America is a long shot.
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Re: CB PAINT STATUS

Postby TimKennelly » Sun Jul 19, 2009 5:48 pm

No, you are right, if the market is a mere thirty people there is no way a company is going to put the effort to transcode a software from Windows to Linux, especially one so complex as CB Paint. :(
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Re: CB PAINT STATUS

Postby Alan » Mon Jul 20, 2009 11:43 am

Keep in mind that TV Paint may need to transcode to linux anyway. There is an increasing number of Linux systems in use. I no longer use windows, Ubuntu is now my system of choice. It is stable and needs no elaborate protection software. It also has its own office applications and reads MS documents. What is more it is free.

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Re: CB PAINT STATUS

Postby ParisFox1 » Mon Jul 20, 2009 9:27 pm

I would love to see CB Paint 2 rolled out for my Casablanca S-4000 Pro, but in reality this may not happen for a while. I think it will happen, but when that time is, it will be when TV paint transcodes for PC Linux users.

In the mean time I am buying a Mac Pro tower and TV Paint Animation PRO 9. This hardware will be dedicated to just serving this program in all of its glory. I am missing my CB paint too much to just go over to a completely different platform when I have been so happy with this. I will still use my S-4000 Pro as my main editor and when CB paint 2 comes for it both of us will be profoundly happy.

Until then, I will learn TV Paint animation Pro 9. I am sure the similarities will show forth. I will transfer back and forth between machinies when I am doing my extensive Rototracking, layer building, advanced Chroma Keying and the like.
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Re: CB PAINT STATUS

Postby ChrisStone » Tue Jul 21, 2009 4:41 am

Hey ParisFox
I'd love to see some of your CB Paint work. Can you post a link to something we can watch online?
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