First thing is I think Studio 4 is great in many ways. I think you do yourselves a HUGE disservice by not documenting all of the great features of the program.It is jam packed with stuff. And I constantly see posts of - I didn’t know that feature was in Studio 4.
Add or Fix
Multi-Pass Rendering (Like Carrara)
FIX the Transfer Utility for Shoes - I know the bones are different but…
Stop the Content Management Service from crashing. This is such a great feature, a major strength, if it was reliable.
Now a rather radical thought - Documentation. It would be great if I could read about the new features. What would be even better. If you hired one person to make instructional videos about Studio x.x. That is all they do. Make a video or two a day. (I would be happy to fill this position.) Not generic videos that touch upon basic features like “there is a surface tab”. But in-depth videos.
Like how to use all the new save tools. Or all of the shader mixer options. Good videos would help people troubleshoot problems on their own instead of trying to figure something out (which created the problem in the first place) and ending up frustrated and angry.
This would be so much better than reading a document that usually doesn’t do the feature justice. Reading documentation can become just as frustrating if it isn’t written well or informational enough.
You have such a diverse and intricate program here. Genesis is a fabulous creation. You will get many more adopters (more content purchases) if you showed people how to use the program.