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The following procedure to transfer a license will only work if: 1) You originally activated using Internet Activate. 2) You are using a version of the Digital Film Tools software that supports deactivation. Note: All current Digital Film Tools software ...
Recent changes to Mac OSX 10 required that we modify our license manager. This affects activating and deactivating. If you receive a 2110 error, please follow the manual install for the license manager below. MANUALLY INSTALL THE LICENSE MANAGER - ...
If you are unable to activate, please disable your anti-virus and/or firewall software while activating. For information on temporarily disabling your anti-virus software, please consult it's documentation. Instructions to disable the more common anti-vir...
If you are still seeing demo dots after activating, your host program has either rendered or cached the dots. To remedy the situation, follow the instructions below. AFTER EFFECTS After Effects caches images for performance which can result in do...
A 2100 error occurs when our license is unable to be saved. This is a result of the Mac OS changing the permissions on our Digital Film Tools licensing folder during a major operating system update. To resolve the problem, please follow the instructions b...
We had to modify our licensing system because of security changes in macOS Sierra. To run our software in macOS Sierra, please download and install the current versions on our website. Once installed, you will need to reactivate the software. If you have ...
STANDALONE * Select License from the Help menu. * Click Advanced Options and press Next. * Select Remove License. * Select and copy the Product Code that appears. * Click Cancel. PHOTO HOSTS * Apply a filter. * Select License from the H...