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Re: PCMTec Development Blog

Postby DarrylC » Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:25 am

Menicing wrote:
Great work guys, might be a couple weeks now before i grab it as i have car parts screaming at me to buy them hahaha but i did have a quick look at the demo and wondering what level of the software it is, eg enthusiast/pro/workshop
Menicing, thank you. The Demo is at Workshop level but the workshop parameters show up only in the Workshop tree. You can select what level you want to from the View menu to get an idea of what level you would want. ZF is only available from Professional up.

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Re: PCMTec Development Blog

Postby Menicing » Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:45 am

DarrylC wrote:
Menicing, thank you. The Demo is at Workshop level but the workshop parameters show up only in the Workshop tree. You can select what level you want to from the View menu to get an idea of what level you would want. ZF is only available from Professional up.


Ah yeah I see the options for different levels in view but they are greyed out and i'm unable to deselect any, tried with and without a file loaded but no difference.

Another questions which has probably been asked ,whats the reason for going to 3 credits to unlock and flash a vehicle?

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Re: PCMTec Development Blog

Postby DarrylC » Sun Nov 12, 2017 9:15 am

Menicing, the grayed out selection is a bug, we will fix that ASAP.

3 Credits: Two are required for Editing and one for Flashing. For Basic you must use 3 per car.

For Professional similar but you may have a tuned that has been scrambled by and SCT Xcal and you would use 1 to reset it back to factory and 2 to enable editing (in that order).

For Workshop there are many options one of which is the canned tunes feature. More details when we finish developing Workshop.

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Re: PCMTec Development Blog

Postby 0081 » Sun Nov 12, 2017 5:17 pm

DarrylC wrote:Menicing, the grayed out selection is a bug, we will fix that ASAP.



Will you push an update out or will we need to download a new copy ? I'm also keen to see what's available in different levels

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Re: PCMTec Development Blog

Postby decipha » Thu Feb 01, 2018 12:39 pm

I thought early on the consensus was $25 to tune per vehicle. I see its now $150 ?

is that correct?

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Re: PCMTec Development Blog

Postby rolls » Thu Feb 01, 2018 2:08 pm

Update as this thread has been a bit neglected. We now have a forum here:
https://forum.pcmtec.com

We also have a development blog here:
http://pcmtec.com/blog

The latest 0.50 release notes are here:
https://forum.pcmtec.com/index.php?/top ... ase-notes/

0.60 is due out next weekend and will include ZF flashing and editing along with lots of other changes.

decipha wrote:I thought early on the consensus was $25 to tune per vehicle. I see its now $150 ?

is that correct?


Hi decipha, spoke to Darryl and neither of us recall saying that. Did a search and couldn't find any discussion either.

$150 was decided on as a fair price due to the huge amount of work we have put into the software. We are almost up to 20,000 lines of code base for the editor/server and another solid 10,000 lines for preparing the strategy templates. We have both left our jobs (technically Darryl was retired!) and have been working full time without an income for about 8 months with all our profit so far going back into the company. Two wages plus expenses means we need to be selling lots of credits per week to make this a feasible business model. Our competitors all charge between our price model up to $600 per tune so we feel it is a fair price to charge considering you get unlimited flashes/edits for that price.

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Re: PCMTec Development Blog

Postby rolls » Sun Feb 11, 2018 12:23 pm

Version 0.60 with ZF (ZF6HP) 6 speed Automatic editing now available.

PCMTec Editor now includes ZF6HP TCM (BF/FG/Territory) tuning with capabilities previously not available to the Australian Ford community. Included in the Professional and Workshop version PCMTec has incorporated over 1000 additional parameters that the OEM manufacturer commonly modifies. These parameters are not available in any other product on the market.

ZF licenses are included free with every vehicle you license in the Professional and Workshop version.

More details and other exciting announcements are available in the full 0.60 release notes on our forum.


Facebook link
https://www.facebook.com/PCMTECAustrali ... 406500238/

Full release notes.
https://forum.pcmtec.com/index.php?/top ... ruary-9th/

A new demo is now available as well with updates. If you haven't already register and download the demo.

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Re: PCMTec Development Blog

Postby peter351 » Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:45 am

rolls wrote:Version 0.60 with ZF (ZF6HP) 6 speed Automatic editing now available.

PCMTec Editor now includes ZF6HP TCM (BF/FG/Territory) tuning with capabilities previously not available to the Australian Ford community. Included in the Professional and Workshop version PCMTec has incorporated over 1000 additional parameters that the OEM manufacturer commonly modifies. These parameters are not available in any other product on the market.

ZF licenses are included free with every vehicle you license in the Professional and Workshop version.

More details and other exciting announcements are available in the full 0.60 release notes on our forum.


Facebook link
https://www.facebook.com/PCMTECAustrali ... 406500238/

Full release notes.
https://forum.pcmtec.com/index.php?/top ... ruary-9th/

A new demo is now available as well with updates. If you haven't already register and download the demo.




Hi Rolls

None of those PCMTEC links work my end anyone else having difficulties ?????

https://forum.pcmtec.com

http://pcmtec.com/blog

https://forum.pcmtec.com/index.php?/top ... ase-notes/

Full release notes.
https://forum.pcmtec.com/index.php?/top ... ruary-9th/

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Re: PCMTec Development Blog

Postby rolls » Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:47 am

They all load for me. What error do you get displayed?

They all use https so if you are behind a corporate firewall sometimes they disallow https (eg some defence and government locations) as they want to inspect all data that leaves the location.

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Re: PCMTec Development Blog

Postby peter351 » Tue Feb 13, 2018 10:21 am

Hi Rolls

can not even find forum.pcmtec.com or http://www.pcmtec.com via google search
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