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License

Mar 30, 2013 4:09 AM

Hi everyone!

 

I have 2 question regarding licensing:

 

I am currently using Flash CS6 with the annual license of 19.99$ a month.

 

My first question is - Can i make commercial use of the producs (apps, games...) that I make using this license?

 

The second question - What is the difference (except price obviously)  between the 2 types of licenses subscription (the one I'm using), and full (which currently costs 699 $).

 

 

Thank you!

 
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    Mar 30, 2013 4:33 AM   in reply to Sason922

    1) Yes, you certainly can

     

    2) I am not aware of a subscription that costs $699.  I believe you are talking about buying the (full) software rather than a subscription for it (or an upgrade version).  The difference between the subscription version versus the purchase version (full/upgrade) will be that the subscription is likely to be updated periodically as new features are added while the purchase version is not.

     
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    Mar 30, 2013 12:14 PM   in reply to Sason922

    Yes, when you buy the full version (or an upgrade) you are buying a lifetime license... just be aware that at some point over your lifetime you might run out of computers that are capable of running such old software... and technical support will have died off long before that.

     
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    Mar 31, 2013 4:45 AM   in reply to Sason922

    Regardless of which version you buy, you should be able to work with the people wherever they are and whatever they own.  With the exception that the subscription version might have features added that the purchased versions will not, as long as such features are avoided, then there should not be a compatibility problem.

     

    One thing about buying is that your access to the software never ends.  If you buy the subscription, when your subscription ends, so does your ability to use the software.

     

    I do not know an answer to your last question?  You could try contacting Adobe Customer Support or Sales - if they are at all contactable.

     
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