Quote Originally Posted by M Most View Post
The Mac version is almost identical to the base Smoke product on Linux. There is nothing "junior varsity" about it, other than the inability to use Batch (not in the base Linux product, either) and Real Time Deliverables (a limitation of the platform at this point in time). Those are not deal breakers unless they're things you use every day, and most compositing on Smoke can be done without Batch. In fact, there are a number of "old school" Flame operators who don't use it either.
So would there ever be need or request to have MacSmoke have complete parity with it's Linux counterpart? Other than have Spark support, is the product acceptable enough as it stands?