Tuesday, 20 October 2009

Windows 7

We're wondering if any intrepid users have tried Moviestorm on Windows 7. We've recently had some preliminary results back from our hardware testing people, and they reported no problems with it, but they didn't test it by using it in the same way you do. They certainly didn't make movies with it.

We'll be testing Windows 7 as soon as we can - in the meantime, any feedback you have would be useful. If nothing else, it'll tell our QA crew where to start looking.

Thanks.

8 comments:

Carl1937 said...

Nope it Doesn't the animations stuff up in a big way. Funny to see but not much use, direct a Actor to sit down his head falls off and he sits on it... LOL

Matt Kelland said...

If you could show us a vid of this happening, that would be really useful. Also, what spec machine are you running?

James said...

Windows 7- when used for about 2 mins it jst Crashes To Desktop. I really wanted to use this.

Matt Kelland said...

James - it's working well on many other Win7 machines, including mine. If you're having a problem running Moviestorm on Win7, post something in the help forum and see if they can help.

Danburnage said...

I downloaded the free trile on my windows 7 laptop and the program kept closing when i treied to add an object or go into directors view etc

Matt Kelland said...

Your best bet is to post something in the help forum. Make sure you include as much detail as possible about your computer, particularly your graphics card and RAM.

coolkid4001 said...

it does not work well with windows 7 it crashes alot it does not load maps well like if i go to load the recording studio map it trys than crashes it will load a pre made movie but wont show peoples head sometimes or there hair wont be there

Matt Kelland said...

Win7 isn't your problem - it works fine on my Win7 laptop, even that set you mention. (And my laptop isn't a high-end PC either, it's a very basic $300 machine.) From the sound of it, it's more likely that it's an issue with your graphics card or not having enough RAM.

Your best bet is to contact support via the forums or the support site. Make sure you include as much detail as possible about your computer, particularly your graphics card and RAM.