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I'm interested in buying P3Dv4 for A320X in short order however I may be looking to upgrade my PC in the next few months. Can anyone tell me whether license keys to software are transferable onto another/new computer?
Dear members,At least one member of this forum is very frustrated about the fact that Keyshot or any other rendering program is very poorly supported in ZW3D.Officially, at this moment, Key-shot is the only rendering plugin that connects to ZW3D via a soft-key license provided bij ZWsoft.However, the license only supports up to V8 or 9 basic version (currently V 11 is out) and is unavailable for users with a dongle on ZW3D.
In my opinion, the ZWsoft company should, either support the newest versions of Keyshot, including the pro versions through a license, if they want to stick to that system, or modify the algorithm for the plugin to recognize a valid Key-shot license on the computer and fire up without questions, like Eureka does.Of course, I am very curious about the general opinion on this, since ZW3D seems to be on the way to loose some customers to mainstream CAD systems that simply support any valid key-shot on the computer, when present.Looking forward to your comments.
From ZW sales, I got the message that Simlab is officially no longer supported as plugin.However, there may be a chance that the option is not blocked in the software.But if Simlab was also licensed by ZWsoft like keyshot, there is a chance that it will work the same as the 3D printer option, showed by Mr Zhang.So, also no associativity with the CAD projects. 2b1af7f3a8