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KVRian
 
1268 posts since 26 Jul, 2004
 

Postby classic; Mon Feb 11, 2013 10:40 am I am very surprised.

Everybody suddenly starts to sell their Image Line account and nobody says something like " You cant sell it ...."

Did something change at the Image Line license transfer policy recently or what did I miss????


cheers
classic.
Skunk Mod
 
20423 posts since 10 Jun, 2004, from Pony Pasture

Postby Meffy; Mon Feb 11, 2013 10:48 am

KVRAF
 
40147 posts since 20 Dec, 2005

Postby hibidy; Mon Feb 11, 2013 2:33 pm

classic wrote:Everybody suddenly starts to sell their Image Line account and nobody says something like " You cant sell it ...."

Did something change at the Image Line license transfer policy recently or what did I miss????


cheers
classic.


I dunno, but mine is for sale :) Theo's post is pretty explanatory (what's next, sonar! :o )
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KVRAF
 
2506 posts since 1 Dec, 2004, from Sydney, Australia

Postby dalor; Mon Feb 11, 2013 3:15 pm

Hmmm didn't we have a heated discussion about this a while back with IL?

Good on KVR for being neutral in this and leave it up to the users to decide.

However, IL made very clear they don't allow this. :?
Cowbells!
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KVRist
 
109 posts since 22 Aug, 2012, from UK

Postby db3; Mon Feb 11, 2013 3:23 pm

IL will not stop anyone applying EU guidelines and passing their account to a new owner. They just won't support the transaction.
KVRian
 
1461 posts since 24 Dec, 2005

Postby t3toooo; Mon Feb 11, 2013 3:24 pm

the eu judgment is not yet a law.

a part from the market place forum rules:

If selling software you must obtain permission to transfer the license from the developer before advertising it for sale, failure to do so will almost definitely be in breach of the license agreement. Sample CDs and sample based instruments have notoriously restrictive license agreements so check before you try to sell.



it is illegal to sell the image line account without their permission (obviously)
it is not a law (yet).end of story (at the moment).
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KVRian
 
564 posts since 30 Dec, 2004

Postby masterhiggins; Mon Feb 11, 2013 3:30 pm

I guess that's the best thing about using hardware. If Mackie told me I wasn't allowed to sell my mackie control I'd tell them to shove it up their ass. It's also probably wise to avoid non-transferable software in the first place.
KVRAF
 
40147 posts since 20 Dec, 2005

Postby hibidy; Mon Feb 11, 2013 4:31 pm

I pulled mine from the bid. Seems as though EU even has it's downfall, but it's double bad for non EU. Over it. I just wish I could forget I have it, ah well, sonar, FL, thou cash thy tidith toith
KVRian
 
503 posts since 28 Jan, 2011, from MEXICO

Postby rod_zero; Mon Feb 11, 2013 6:53 pm

The judges had to base their sentence on some law and also created jurisprudence by doing so, no need for an specific law.

The problem is that in order to enforce this you probably will need to fill a suit against the company.
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KVRAF
 
18917 posts since 4 Sep, 2001, from Melbourne Australia

Postby TheoM; Mon Feb 11, 2013 11:50 pm

t3toooo wrote:the eu judgment is not yet a law.

a part from the market place forum rules:

If selling software you must obtain permission to transfer the license from the developer before advertising it for sale, failure to do so will almost definitely be in breach of the license agreement. Sample CDs and sample based instruments have notoriously restrictive license agreements so check before you try to sell.



it is illegal to sell the image line account without their permission (obviously)
it is not a law (yet).end of story (at the moment).



well kvr have spoken, and IL can take it up with me personally if they like. Sue me. I don't care.

I have put up with the plugins not working properly on mac for FIVE YEARS
"Just call me shitload, cause I own a shitload of plugins!"
KVRer
 
16 posts since 7 Jul, 2012

Postby agit; Tue Feb 12, 2013 3:56 am

let this be a lesson to you as it was once for me

never buy audio software you can't sell again
1,000 years from now there will be no guys and no girls, just wankers. ~ Rent-boy Renton
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KVRAF
 
5527 posts since 24 Jun, 2008, from Europe
    

Postby mutools; Tue Feb 12, 2013 7:14 am

MuLab & MUX User Keys are personal and not transferrable.

The reasons are these:

1) A MuLab & MUX User key is a personal key and may not be given to anyone else. IF user keys would be transferrable, there should at least be an admin fee for creating a new personal user key and updating the database.

2) If the original user has got support on using MuLab / MUX, and the new user would also ask for support, then we're doing bad business for that's 2 times support for the price of one. And where would that end if that second hand user also transfers his user key, and so on and so on. That would mean that, at least theoretically, selling 1 user key could lead to supporting many people, and would cost us much support for almost no income. That would simply not be fair, not to MuTools and not to all users as they will implicitly suffer from that bad business. (e.g. slower development) So in fact IF user keys would be transferrable, there should also at least be an renewed support fee. (in addition to the admin fee)

3) It is impossible to verify that if a user transfers his user key that he/she effectively erases all copies of this MuLab / MUX user key and that he/she does not use it again. I don't want to be negative, and i'm confident that there are many honest people, but at the other hand one has to be realistic too.

4) Summing all the above reasons and related costs simply leads to the conclusion that it's totally fair to ask a new user to buy his own personal MuLab / MUX user key. Certainly taking the low prices into account!

Hope you can understand and agree.
KVRian
 
503 posts since 28 Jan, 2011, from MEXICO

Postby rod_zero; Tue Feb 12, 2013 7:53 am

Why I don't understand is why developers want to go around LAWS.

IMHO they don't show respect by going around stablished regulations with their bogus EULA's. It's insulting in a democracy.

I know they are small, I respect their work and pay for the software as it must be.

But why they are not willing to comply to the same laws as everyone else? what makes them feel so special that they want to be over a supreme court decision?

I really hope they never see themselves in a class action suit and having to expend money on a lawyer, it could mean bankrupcy.
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KVRAF
 
6942 posts since 7 Mar, 2003, from Climbing the walls inside my mind

Postby Amberience; Tue Feb 12, 2013 8:15 am

rod_zero wrote:Why I don't understand is why developers want to go around LAWS.

IMHO they don't show respect by going around stablished regulations with their bogus EULA's. It's insulting in a democracy.

I know they are small, I respect their work and pay for the software as it must be.

But why they are not willing to comply to the same laws as everyone else? what makes them feel so special that they want to be over a supreme court decision?

I really hope they never see themselves in a class action suit and having to expend money on a lawyer, it could mean bankrupcy.


It's not a law, no matter how many ttoz's insist that it is. It was a judgement, which still has to be tested in court before it can be applied as a legal regulation.
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