Render Elements v0.6.1

Added a lot of new things.  Unfortunately, I learned the hard way that ID’s really need to be cemented if I expect to call them again in the future.  So, that’s fixed, and I think the plugin should be stable for updates now.

I put some new features in and fixed up some problems from before…

-Alphabetized list

-Date/Time-stamp on recorded elements

-There’s now a marker that tells the user what the last active render element was

-Inclusion/Exclusion lists for compositing tags are now supported

-The list can be expanded vertically now by expanding the dialog window

I need to get going on a PC compile soon, which may add some new headaches.  Hopefully won’t be too bad 🙂

Also, I got a chance to show this off at a freelance job interview this week, which was really fun.  I had a small little crowd of people around me kind of foaming at the mouth watching the demo.  I’ve been talking, too, with a couple possible partners for sales and distribution.  Not sure what to price this at, yet.  Probably under $100.  I need to do some market research and see how much people are reasonably willing to pay for this tool.

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2 thoughts on “Render Elements v0.6.1

  1. I sent out version 0.6.1 for Mac to some of my beta testers last night, but I’m not posting it publicly yet (and Beta Tester should not be sharing it).

    I’ll also be testing this in production starting Monday. I’m going to wait a little while, make sure no serious problems show up before posting another version. I’d also like to post a PC version, too, with the next public release.

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