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Sat Jul 04, 2020 9:45 am
I would like to know what kind of protection scheme izotope is running. Can I authorize my IRIS2 copy off-line?
Edit: Read the Iris 2 manual and now I know I can authorize off-line. However, what is your experience with the authorization process from izotope?
I used the iZotope Product Portal to authorize my iZotope products to my computer.
Install/authorize/update easily. It is run on demand only, and nothing runs in the background. You have the additional option to authorize to iLok instead, but I do not have one of those.
The only comment I will add about Iris 2 is that it can be CPU hungry. The manual covers ways to mitigate CPU usage.
There are reports from a few sound designers of a few bugs that iZotope never fixed, but I haven't seen any, and I doubt that the average user will encounter them. It is a great sound creation tool, and fairly unique in its approach using spectral filtering.
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