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3D-Album Commercial Suite 3 Incl License Key
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Once you have purchased our license you can download the software to your computer. When you click on the logo, it will ask you if you want to install it or what you are going to do with it. Click Install then choose Install as Program. This will be the 3D-Album application. You will need to move your files to the app folder.
The 3D-Album photo editor seamlessly integrates with the editor. This allows you to easily add the background image, shrilling scene, or book cover. Click on the Create tab to be greeted with a blank screen, flanked on both the left and right by several tabs and the images you have selected for the album. Hot spots can also be added. You can also select an area in the image that will respond to a mouse click. Scroll over to the area you want to respond to, and then click on it. This could be music, a video, another image, or opening a webpage or document. Commercial Suite offers many features that are not available in the consumer edition, including image editing. You can often get in and out of Basic editing quickly.
The license that you provided here is only to be used for editorial projects. If you are trying to use it for commercial purposes then you would need to consult with the agency who has the images and gets the permission for you.
Hi Andrei, I have clients both large and small which sell 3D images in both their original format and via licensing. This is exactly the point. The original file is yours and at no time has anyone been able to show that it can be considered a derivative work. It is your property and you can sell it and license it as you see fit. The original copyright remains with the client. You can certainly license 3D images to use in promotional materials, magazine and book covers, websites, and social media. In all cases you will need a separate license from the client. If you are using an image in a magazine, book, or web page and the client wants to retain the right to its original work then the client must purchase an additional license from you to use the original image. In a situation where a client owns all rights to the image, you can offer a sort of stand alone license for personal/non-commercial use but this may not be acceptable to the client since the 3D image was created for a commercial venture. In situations where a client owns the rights to an image and you wish to license the same image for commercial use, you will need to enter into a contract which specifies that all rights associated with the original image are the sole property of the client. Again, you will need to contact the client before you use the image to ensure that you have the necessary authorization. This is not an area that lends itself to easy resolution. I would recommend that you get specific clarification from the client as to what use of the image they desire from you.