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Old 14-07-2004, 02:56 PM   #1
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could someone please explain the options of maya licences - so i know which is most suitable. I intend to have 2 machines running maya with a further 4 machines just for rendering. I feel that at least one machine will need Unlimited, but not sure if you can just buy a second licence or do you need to buy a whole other copy. Am i right in thinking you have unlimited render licences with both Complete and Unlimited? Do you have to install the whole software on each render machine and any plugins used by the host machine? Also are there any conflicts or problems that i need to be aware of?
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I'm sure you can obtain more licences without paying out for the actual software again. Best to ring Alias though.
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