Hard to mention anything seeing as thought I've only had it a few days. Had a monthly sub, but it was giving E-on fits for some reason. I don't know if its me.. everything seems to run faster, including rendering.
This new version of Vue and Plant Factory have much better performance on my system than the previous version I used (2016) and new features such as PBR materials are much appreciated.
very good as usual, I had preview versions and still doing very well!
I have had a few weeks now to work with Vue and Plant Factory Creator. So far I like it – the new features, such as cloud creation and more tpf plants, are really nice. I also agree that the new subscription-based versions are more affordable for new users than it was to purchase the prior versions, especially if a user bought all of the Vue modules.
I do have one complaint, which I have always had, and I think it’s even a little bit more so with the new solution. That is the inability to manipulate many of the windows with ease. My display is 4K, with features hyped up in size so as to be visible with most programs, and some windows in both Vue and Plant Factory do not fit and do not have scrollbars, and wont even allow resizing.
I think the current solution also will be vastly improved, especially for new users, when everyone can purchase modeled objects and plants, as we did when we had Cornucopia. Fortunately I have quite a few of those.
I love the new vue. However, I noticed one difference between this and the 2015 product. Previously, I could give any resolution (usually 4000x3000 pixels) and it rendered. This version stated that it cannot render at that resolution and lowered it to 2160x2880.
Really powerful software, but the learning curve is steep.
After the first tests, impressed with some features (infinite procedural terrains, variety of noises...) but finding some issues too (displacement quality, imported objects materials...).
Anyway, loving it.
One of the best World and Landscape 3D programma in the universe. Working with Vue already from the early beginning.
I have been a Vue user since version 3.0 and I have got to say that they FINALLY fixed most of the bugs and issues with Vue as a whole.
This is a MUST BUY for all those waiting for a reason to upgrade.
Not sure about the licensing issue, As in, can I sell the images created in the Creator version. I have a FULL LICENSE for Vue 2016 so I can always fall back to that.
But, I would like to be able to do the same with this version. I have a feeling that I going to be using this version to test what I can do with Vue 2016. And that kinda sucks.
But, as for the program itself---Vue is THE GO TO PROGRAM for landscape creation. Use others programs and you're not creating, you're programing. And while that is fine with some; it doesn't make for spontaneous creation of a detailed landscapes. I don't mind that end, but when I need a detailed landscape for my clients (which is always yesterday) I can achieve the results I need in a snap!
Great Job on rescuing a program from oblivion. I thought Vue had become VaporWare.
Seriously, go with Vue and you won't be disappointed
Long time fan of e-on software. Wonderful features. I can be very creative. Really need the Cornucopia3D site to enhance my work.