Tvori Basic license that we offer on stores is only for personal and non-commercial use outside of organizations. That means that you can install it on your personal machine (not on your company’s computer) and use it for experiments or personal projects.
If you use Tvori on your company’s machine, you should go for Pro subscription licenses. The use includes different types of experiments, prototyping, pre-production, preparing of assets, etc.
If you use Tvori on your personal machine but you start generating profit with the help of Tvori.
Right now we only have 1 option, which is 1500 USD per year per seat.
Later on we might introduce special pricing for indies/freelancers.
Yes, you can check the features and functionality available for Basic vs Pro on our website.
There are several ways.
If you see a "problem" sign in Tvori or Tvori crashed, we kindly request you to send us logs for further analysis to this email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find log files here: C:/Users/USER_NAME/AppData/LocalLow/Tvori/Tvori/Player.txt
You can also post your questions & bugs reports in our support group on Facebook.
We are saying that Tvori allows you to learn as you go, no prior knowledge of 3D content creation is required to get started in Tvori. But we also have some materials to help you in your journey including this website.
We welcome and happy to see user’s works and selected pieces.
You can post your photos & videos in our Facebook group, or use #Tvorium hashtag to mention Tvori in your post on Twitter, Facebook and other medias.
There are a couple of groups where you can post your animations:
We think that the future of VR is closely connected with the new generation of mobile headsets. Mobility and flexibility as well as plug in play set up would accelerate adoption of VR overall. Oculus Quest is a great step in that direction. But it’s performance doesn’t allow to run Tvori.
Right now Tvori needs the memory and power of the PC. You can have a complete experience with Tvori on Oculus Rift, Oculus Rift S, HTC Vive, including Vive Pro, WindowsMR headsets.
You can’t import animation in Tvori, but you can import images, models, videos and sounds.
Yes, if you use Pro.
Right now Tvori is a single-user app. Multi-user is on our long-term roadmap.
We have our public roadmap here.
First of all, we are always happy to get feedback, feel free to send you thoughts, ideas, or comments at email@example.com.
If you consider some services, we are ready to discuss this as well. We can do a dedicated support and work with you on your projects. We had a successful experience in consulting, preparing rigs and scenes for a couple of clients who use Tvori. Get in touch with our CEO, Inga—firstname.lastname@example.org.