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>>676014
just use blender
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>>676015
absolute dogshit cloth physics
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torrent it you loser
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Was anyone else stupid enough to buy the steam version like me.
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>>676021
What's wrong with the Steam version?
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>>676025

I got version 6 when it came out. It's kind of a gimped version that crashes a lot and cant handle many polys. From 7 onwards on steam you can upgrade to the latest for cheap but that was never an option for 6. They also nuked the store page and community hub. Tbh I have had a lot of problems with software on steam especially substance painter 2 which had poor performance issues in comparison to the full version.
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>>676034
Ugh, that sucks. I have MODO Indie on Steam and is less than ideal, too. It's disappointing the way companies see Steam as less than a second-class citizen.
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>>676047
it's like "gaming" equipment, really companies just think they can charge the same for an inferior product most of the time.
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>>676128
>voluntarily stuff your computer with computer AIDS
You fags scream botnet at every occasion but then naively just download and install every shady ass modified executable.
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>>676134
Or you could just install the trial from the official website, compare the cracked executable to the original one with a hex editor, see that it changes ~2 bytes of data and have enough computer literacy to realize this means that it probably won't fucking delete your system32 folder and replace it with a bitcoin miner.

Or have a work machine or VM or sandbox maintained for this exact purpose because the software itself could be a shady ass botnet to begin with, if you're actually that paranoid.
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>>676136
Very good point and absolutely right but you know that maybe 1% who download shit actually go through these verification measures.
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>>676141
And the same way, maybe 1% of torrents from verified uploaders with seeds and positive comments actually contain malware.
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>>676134
Outside of protecting your own machine, there's also the reason why private trackers exist. Being part of an "exclusive" community where there are a billion rules to follow comes with the benefit that no one can really get away with uploading anything malicious. I'm not saying that they're 100% safe, but they're definitely safer than public trackers.
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>>676146
Or just download torrents from verified/VIP/known uploaders that don't have hundreds of "THIS IS A VIRUS DO NOT DOWNLOAD" comments below them. And I wouldn't say they can't get away with it, they can get away with it precisely once.
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>>676014
Gibbe dem da monei$



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