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I'm thinking of buying a crazytalk pro version first, doing some serious trial (your free trial version locked many functions, so useless). If I think it's ok, will upgrade to Pipeline version. I've searched your website, and didn't find any link about this type of upgrade. So whether it's possible? If yes, what will be the upgrade price?

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I asked RL sales a similar question regarding 3DXchange in an email and didn't even get an automated mail answer. I guess that Sales just aren't interested in single unit order enquires.

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The only upgrade I'm aware of is that you will have to buy the Pipeline version separately but at a discount of what you already paid for the Standard or Pro versions.


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ooh, so bad ...
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The only upgrade I'm aware of is that you will have to buy the Pipeline version separately but at a discount of what you already paid for the Standard or Pro versions.


If you are aware of such a purchase option then please post a link to the offer, because I've gone through all the purchase links that I could find without success. Some links only sent the user in never ending circles, while others contain only old and misleading information sometimes leading to the circle trip. w00t



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Ok, here's where I got the impression of buying the Pipeline version separately but at a discount of what you already paid for the Standard or Pro versions. 
It's actually a better deal than my description as I was just trying to keep it simple.

From your members area select - "Upgrade & Member Special"
Then click on the link - "1) Please log into the Reallusion Software Store at http://www.reallusion.com/store/default.html."


Once at that page select "iClone" at the top -



Scroll down and select "Add-ons" -


There you will see the full price of $499  and the members discount price of $299 = $200 off, which is actually more than what you paid for the Pro version.  I'm guessing it's even a better deal if you have the Standard version, which I can't verify because I have the Pro version until next payday. Smile -


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