asked Aug 11 '15 at 11:09 by Humans1Being (25)

I prefer to always use the beta when available, I didn't get an email nor do I see anything under my account to download it.

Well my personal preference would be that everyone get's to test the beta. That there be an option for checking for updates within bitwig that you can select "include beta". I would also like to see a built in bug reporting tool I can open from help to submit a bug, even in the release version. I see bugs, I want to report them, but I just want to send a message, I don't care for a response back. Many more people will report and bitwig can do whatever they want with the information since it's not a support request.
I don't even want to give a list of bugs here, because then I feel obligated to reply to any response and I will just be told to submit a support request, when I don't want support.

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answered Aug 11 '15 at 23:14 by Humans1Being (25)

You only get the beta via e-mail from Bitwig. Extisting beta-users cannot share their copy because in beta-versions there is no demo mode. Meaning the beta has to be registered with you serial. Sorry but you will have to wait like everybody else…

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answered Aug 11 '15 at 17:33 by Ulrich (575)

I have a paid legit copy and account, never got the email.

  — (Aug 11 '15 at 18:22) Humans1Being

I tested the last beta and reported bugs...

  — (Aug 11 '15 at 18:25) Humans1Being

Same for me. I am a premiere badge holder, but still did not get invited. I think it´s just how it is.

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answered Aug 11 '15 at 21:59 by Ulrich (575)

edited Aug 11 '15 at 22:00

I think that are all legitimate claims and maybe they will do it like this in future. Right now they seem to be very careful not to put out to many betas in public. I could imagine this will change when the software is more solid and established and there is less pressure by public opinion. But yeah i would really like to get my hands on 1.2.b myself, especially since I have a lot of free time right now.

+1 for the bug reporting tool

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answered Aug 12 '15 at 00:22 by Ulrich (575)

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