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Discussion in 'Announcements' started by LeonhardP, Jun 26, 2023.

  1. DragonCoder

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    Note that something needs to actually be trademarked in such a case which means money is regularly paid etc. That isn't being done for every random bit of art.
    Therefore it's not like you get in trouble just because someone years ago happened to draw something similar somewhere. It has to actually be a brand. I'd believe that you'll find that out sooner or later during game dev (like in alpha phase) on the offchance that it actually occurs.
     
  2. PanthenEye

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    It's all kinda moot when AI can't output anything usable, anyway. At best you can produce VN backgrounds at this moment in time and by fine tuning, maybe you can get some VN characters, but for the price of a 4090 and the sheer amount of time necessary to achieve anything resembling consistency and style, you might as well hire a proper artist.

    The texture gen thing looks ass as well. You can generate a bunch of generic bathroom tile textures for your game that'll look as generic as any other textures the tool generates for a thousand other generic looking games set in a tiled bathroom. You need a visual identity to stand out, all the recent hyper-realistic PBR games like Forespoken and Immortals are failing while indie darlings look like they're from the PS1 era. Even the public demo at Unite looked crap and that was a handpicked example of the best it can produce. It's at best a prototyping tool.

    Same for sprite gen, it can't really be used for anything but rough placeholders since they all have that shiny AI-gen look and style consistency is unlikely to be achieved, definitely not by folks at Unity who are not pushing the envelope, they're just using models grabbed from elsewhere.
     
  3. Ryiah

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    You don't need a 4090. Models based off of SD 1.5 can run on hardware with as little as 4GB VRAM. Ideal is around 8GB VRAM like my 3070 which can generate images in seconds. You only really need more than that if you want to play around with the latest SD 2.x models (which are currently worse) or if you want to do things like animation.
     
  4. Murgilod

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    Yeah, I was testing generating on my 12gb 3060 and it wasn't swift but it wasn't exactly painful either.
     
  5. PanthenEye

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    You do need 12+Gb of VRAM for fine tuning if I recall correctly.
     
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  6. Ryiah

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  7. ferretnt

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    The recent email, subject "Expiring soon - your free month of Muse" appeared to auto-convert to a paid subscription after 30 days if you didn't think to explicitly check your dashboard and cancel it afterwards. This didn't seem to be best-practice messaging for subscription initiation - I'd certainly expect an App Store rejection for my own projects if I had subscriptions with messaging as this was was presented...

    Have cancelled before the billing cycle after evaluating.
     
  8. LilGames

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    Yeah but TBF this is "subscription sales 101" as far as tactics go, dating back decades.
     
  9. Murgilod

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    What? App Store subscriptions do this all the time.
     
  10. Ryiah

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    I'm not aware of a single subscription that doesn't do that. If you can point me to one I'd love to see it.
     
  11. mgear

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    does anyone know where is that place to cancel Muse trial?
    i just cannot find it anywhere now.. : D
     
  12. babbel-ford

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    anyone have Muse crapping out on them when they query? it completes about 20% and then stops.
     
  13. PraxedisHaze

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    Yes. I am having that issue. It's more than 50% of the time. I've asked her how to make sure the developers are aware of the issue (and are hopefully working on it), and she gave me the following info:


    You can post your questions and report issues in the Unity Community Forum, where other Unity users and Unity staff are active and could provide further assistance1.

    Alternatively, you can contact Unity Support by submitting a ticket directly from the Unity Dashboard. To do this, select DevOps > Help & Support > Ticket > File a ticket1.

    For more specific issues related to Unity services, you can also contact support at devops-vcs-support@unity3d.com1.
     
  14. PraxedisHaze

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    Yes. You just go to your account and flip the little switch. That is:
    My Accounts > My Seats > Muse > then under Subscriptions go to Muse again > Manage Subscription, and from there you can throw the little switch to turn off Automatic Renewal.
     
  15. mgear

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    apparently it disappeared when trial ended,
    so there is no Muse mentioned anywhere in your account or seats or history.. which was confusing.
     
  16. seldemirov

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    I just finished testing muse chat for my tasks. I ran into a number of problems.

    1. 100% of the time after 5-40 questions the chat gives a critical error and it is impossible to continue. I have to create a new branch, but I can't load context from the chat with the error. Context transfer is simply not supported. Because of this a.) it is impossible to fully utilize the chat. b.) it is impossible to continue discussing the project.

    2. Main. 30$ is too expensive. Microsoft copilot works better, has more features, supports all programming languages, works in an IDE and is much cheaper.


    But I like Unity's move in this direction. If they bring the tool to the ground, make context export, add a plugin for popular IDEs and make a competitive price(10-15$), then I'm ready to use this service.
    I also sincerely wish you good luck. It would be great to create prototypes as easy as in Roblox.

    I just haven't found where to leave feedback about testing. Because It's here )
     
  17. ScottMease

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    I was also underwhelmed by the tools. Muse chat was unable to give me up to date information and kept pointing me to links that didn't talk about what I asked. I'd like to cancel my trial, but I don't see muse under seats. I've filed a ticket, but they claim there is a 2 month backlog on responses which is much longer than the 14 day trial period. I'll update if I hear back with a solution. This whole experience has been a frustrating waste of time.
     
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  18. hibbygames

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    If they never get back to you, and your credit card gets charged, you can just phone the credit card company and have them reverse the charge, and basically block Unity until they respond to you. I've done that before with a different company. Hopefully they respond to cancel it properly
     
  19. b33tl3

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