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On Tue, 04 Jul 2006 14:50:43 GMT, Kevin Boyd posted in
> I am producing a DVD-ROM for a corporate client who will distribute it
> across the globe for free, using Director 10, Flash 8, QuickTime 7 and
> Acrobat 7
> So do I need to show any of these prducts logos on the exit screen of
> the disc or on the packaging?
You'll need to contact the owners of those programs to get the only traceably
correct answers. They typically do not monitor their user-to-user forums and
Speaking for QT, I know you have to have it on the packaging if you
distribute the installer. But then you have to fill out and submit the
distribution agreement to Apple.
Director's EULA tells you what you need to know, and it's also available on
the web site.
But...contact the right people for the right answers. No court is going to
accept what Mark A. Boyd tells you in a newsgroup/web forum.
Mark A. Boyd
The Director terms were 'relaxed' with version 10, no longer requiring
the Made With Macromedia splash screen.
I have gone to the websites of these products and tried to make sense of there overly long legal-ease. So was just looking for a quick "You just need the QT logo on the packaging these days". Was aware D10 no longer needed it but wondered if that had changed now Adobe own it.