spitty wrote: »
yeah and 3d coat is only $89! is this an educational, or limited version? it doesn't really have much detail about the different versions. there is also a "professional" version for $315
Zepic wrote: »
I wonder how this will work with floating licenses? Can I just install my software on as many computers as possible?
aajohnny wrote: »
It would be great if they got UDK implemented and working through steam! I wanna see how many hours I clock in haha.
Carlosan wrote: »
There is info about licenses herehttp://3d-coat.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=10400
agentfx wrote: »
Its pretty simple, Steam is now a reseller of 3D Coat and is selling the non-commercial/Educational version. Its the one that's already for sale on 3DC website for $99, so its a bit of a deal on steam if you want that version.
Upgrading to v4 is free if you buy 3D Coat in or after October.
elec²ron wrote: »
any achievements for 3d coat?
reverendK wrote: »
already does that. UDK should show up in your tools - all you have to do is install it into steam and viola! the only way i know to see your hours is to add it to your favorites and then go to the fav list in the library. I've got 23 since i moved it to steam. not impressive.
To really download and learn more about the UDK, go here: http://www.udk.com/