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Reallusion goes Royalty-Free on 3D content

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Dear members

Reallusion is going to officially announce Royalty-Free on 3D conetnt in the content store next week. It means you don't have to suffer any more hassle or concern on content use right, all content on Reallusion Content Store is royalty free now. Here is the short announcement for your reference.
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Reallusion goes Royalty-Free on 3D content throughout the Reallusion Content Store 

 

More than quality and selection, royalty-free means once you buy content from Reallusion, you have the right to display that content within any number of commercial or personal projects and pay nothing more.  Simplify your creative world with royalty-free content and let your mind manage your creativity, not your usage rights.  Reallusion royalty-free 3D, the one stop digital content shop.

Pay once, Use Forever
Royalty- free content never has a cap on use and will never expire

Store & Access Content online
View your content inventory online or download any prior purchase

Got a paying gig?
Reallusion's Royalty-free 3D content can be used in your commercial projects

For complete details see the newly revised EULA
http://www.reallusion.com/Reallusion_Content_EULA.pdf

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All content is licensed to one machine per account.  If you should require to share with other computers, then you will need to purchase a multi-seat license.  Contact sales@reallusion.com for further information.

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it's a beautiful thing when a company supports artists trying to survive with their art, thank you Smile


your support makes me feel good about the money i've invested in this.

take care,

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All C4G3 Apparition products meet this criteria!

Once you buy it, you can use it all in your commercial production!  Just remember:  One kit per computer!   It takes time and effort to make this content.   It is good you can use it for your business projects.    It is good, we developers get fairly compensated by the effort!

This iClone world is.... Beautiful!

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it seems logical to me that if you help me make money, it pays to keep you in business Smile

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White Tiger has always had everything specified in this way!

I can't see why first create an artist tool just to later kill the inspiration with JUNK LAW:s! and greed!

Good on you Reallusion, there is a lot of company:s that should learn from you!!!!!

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This is wonderful news! Thank you!!

Might I ask, however, how the new EULA and "one kit per computer" limitation will address backup copies and also how it will deal with hardware replacements/upgrades when a user needs to migrate the software content to a new computer?

Thanks again!
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fitz (5/8/2009)
This is wonderful news! Thank you!!

Might I ask, however, how the new EULA and "one kit per computer" limitation will address backup copies and also how it will deal with hardware replacements/upgrades when a user needs to migrate the software content to a new computer?

Thanks again!

Hi Fitz,

There is no problem in making backups of content as long as it is a backup and not in use. Also if you buy a new computer you can move the content to the new machine but it should be removed from the old one.

Basically as long as only one computer is using the content it is fine. If you and another family member for example wish to use the content at the same time on two different computers, you will need to buy another copy of the content for the other machine.

                                                                

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Thank you for this.


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Fantastic stuff Reallusion you really do listen to us and make some outstanding choices.

Let us have our freedom and as a company you will benefit BigGrin

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There is no problem in making backups of content as long as it is a backup and not in use. Also if you buy a new computer you can move the content to the new machine but it should be removed from the old one.

Basically as long as only one computer is using the content it is fine. If you and another family member for example wish to use the content at the same time on two different computers, you will need to buy another copy of the content for the other machine.

I usually use a machine until I choke the livin' daylights out of it - meaning, until it crashes and burns with no opportunity to bring it back.  I'm cheap like that  w00t Since I never know when the crash/burn date will arrive - what do I do if I CAN'T uninstall from a dead machine before applying software and content to a new machine?  Obviously I won't be using it on more than one machine, but due to the crash/burn inability to uninstall from old machine and install on new machine - How is this handled?




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