I have to admit I really like moviestorm . The concept is unique...I have played with poser, and I also have ICLONE, even though the graphics in moviestorm are a decade behind the competition, the concept is way beyond everyone out there.
here are a few of my observations so far.
I have noticed a lot of very old posts on the forums and not a lot of new activity, which may suggest that my following observations may be accurate and in need of future thought ..
1) I would make an attempt to bring the graphics up to speed with this decade . Iclone and other visual programs of the like
are maybe no where as versitile, but more visually appealing
2) Your tutorials are plentiful but somewhat perplexing in places, there seem to be large gaps in the information in many places..I WILL give a forinstance: there is one place where the host of the tutorial tells us to do something , as one of the steps in the process...however thats where they leave it ...no explanation found anywhere about what was just suggested...
not all of the little buttons and widgets are fully covered or explained in the brief cheat sheets ...
you need to create ONE concise tutorial that leads a person through the process of creating a movie (in detail) taking the time to explain every tab, every widget, every button . and show step by step the process. Your tutorials are obviously written by techs for people who come from a graphics rich background...but not written for the average Joe who may not be upto speed with the world.
I would hate to see moviestorm loose any more of the new fanbase ....it deserves to be taken boldly into the future