[blindreplay] Re: Your comments needed on Replay AV 8

  • From: <petrakigianos-giasou@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 05:53:13 -0800 (PST)

Mike
I understand all your points. Thank you. I need to start
thinking a bit more on what Applian can create within Replay AV
8 that we don't already use. Future ideas from you and others.


--- Mike Pietruk <pietruk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Petro
> 
> You are far too worried about TJ.  It's pretty clear from
> reading his msgs 
> that he has high standards for a lot of things so pleasing him
> may be a 
> challenge with most things.
> You cannot please all of the people all of the time, and this
> goes for RAV 
> also.
> One of the real drawbacks, in getting introduced to RAV via
> the demo, is 
> the limited record time.
> It truly doesn't do the program justice.
> I much prefer seeing the approach taken with RedButton in
> making the demo 
> work for a given number of days unrestricted (14 days with RB)
> than the 5 
> minute/5 mb restriction with RAV.
> It truly doesn't provide much sampling and applying the
> program in 
> everyday activities which, in my view, is the better way of
> demonstrating 
> the value to the individual.
> To do what he wants in the way he wants, he requires greater
> time to see 
> all of the features in action.
> Truthfully, if it weren't for the podcasts, I would have left
> RAV behind 
> not due to anything amiss with the program but the demo time
> simply didn't 
> allow me to see how it might simplify my life on an ongoing
> basis.
> With RB, in contrast, I discovered, after a few days, I
> couldn't be 
> without it, so I plunked down the $30 or so.
> And I had no reason to go with RAV until, for whatever reason,
> I happened 
> to stumble on the podcasts.
> Yes, I looked at RAV; but given the limited functionality of
> the demo, it 
> was hard to appreciate the potential the software offered.
> TJ may well be in that boat now.
> And, oh yes, I looked at RAV (or its predecessor I should say)
> a year or 2 
> back and passed on it.
> Sometimes, you just need to look at a piece of software under
> the right 
> circumstances to appreciate its benefit to you.
> 
> 
> 
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