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The Reallusion Workgroup Licensing Program (WLP) offers an easy and cost-effective way to get an all-in-one real-time animation suite with a huge content library – Essential Content Library, providing over 4,262 items (includes characters, motions, effects, Props, accessories, 3D Scenes, textures, popVideos...ect.) with a price value of over $2,000 per license.

This program is available worldwide and is ideal for use in commercial, educational, studio, corporate or any other type of large organization.

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I like this concept a lot. I'm not currently in the market for it, but looking ahead I have some questions.

Assume you have a production studio and get different people from the community to freelance work on a project. They would have their own, personal install of iClone and whatever content they purchased for themselves. Then, for the studio project, they'd have the workgroup's centralized library of content.

Would they need two installs of iClone? One that accesses personal content and one that accesses the workgroup content. Is it possible to have two copies of the same version of iClone installed?

Or would there be some sort of login, so they can alternate between personal use and workgroup use inside the same install of iClone?

Also, could licenses be temporarily enabled for freelance workers, and then revoked when the project is over and assigned to other freelancers for the next project?

I couldn't find anything in the details that covers this.

- Keith
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"Assume you have a production studio and get different people from the community to freelance work on a project. They would have their own, personal install of iClone and whatever content they purchased for themselves. Then, for the studio project, they'd have the workgroup's centralized library of content.

Would they need two installs of iClone? One that accesses personal content and one that accesses the workgroup content. Is it possible to have two copies of the same version of iClone installed?"

The concept of WLP is that one user account has a multiple seat usage right to share their content projects to each workgroup member. So yes, users can have both WLP and personal accounts in use at the same time but only WLP installed computers can share content.

"Also, could licenses be temporarily enabled for freelance workers, and then revoked when the project is over and assigned to other freelancers for the next project?"

WLP does not provides the right for limited time usage I'm afraid.

                                                                

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Thanks for the update. Sounds good.

- Keith



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