So how many devs were actually on natron. Because to be honest it kinda feels like it’s just fallen into the ocean because the dev got a better deal in life.
I know that this will sound unfair, but to not pass the flame on to more seems kinda not kool.
Is it worthwhile getting the developers back?
Or should we be looking for new blood?
Or should we just expand something like Blender that actually has more going for it and implements all the FX that Natron has?
Personally, I’m thinking about how can we take the best of everything that gets us to a really great place the fastest.
Also personally Nukes great, but there is a lot that could be expanded on so I don’t see any reason for deving out someone else’s mistakes because the software is popular (Sorry Steve Wright).
I think natron has its day along with nuke and we should be thinking much bigger than that.
I can’t help but feel that open source is the way to go.
Though we need to secure the life of it by creating a community that can access the dev. Blender seem to be doing this well.