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We are no longer market software like PulpMotion

Allison Reber (Communication Director) 7 months ago in PulpMotion • updated by Peter Campbell 2 weeks ago 4

We are no longer market software like PulpMotion. It's been one of the first desktop apps created by Aquafadas but today our key focus are digital publishing and enterprise apps creation. We apologise for any inconvenience and we'd like to thank our community of users for their loyalty.

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Allison, I understand every business moves on and needs to retire products as they grow, just wondering if there's a way to provide a key or other mechanism to let those of us with previously purchased copies of PulpMotion continue to use it when we get new computers?  I have a newer machine that I'm unable to install PulpMotion on because of PulpMotion's license. The email address I used to register it no longer exists and the Aquafadas site doesn't provide a way to change it. I left a message on your forums a few months ago (see: http://answers.aquafadas.com/topics/4827-cant-install-pulpmotion-on-my-new-imac/) but nobody has followed up. Is there someone there who can help? I have looked for years and there really is no other truly comparable software.


Thank you!

-John Roads



Good Luck, John. I made the same request a year ago and got no response from Aquafadas. Thanking us for our loyalty is a nice gesture, but it should be noted that loyalty is a two-way street. We are asking nothing more than to be able to USE the software we purchased — that helped Aquafadas grow and prosper.

I ended up deleting Pulpmotion Advanced, simply because if its many faults. The fact that it wasn't being updated was the least of my issues. Shockingly slow renders, many video glitches and I could go on and on. Sometimes - when it worked as advertised - the results were amazingly good. But most of the time it was an exercise in frustration! Sadly, I have not found anything to match it. ISkySoft Slideshow Maker is terrible and IPhoto Slideshows are far too limited. Has anyone discovered anything for a Mac that won't cost an arm or a leg?