Promo licensing query

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    Mike Simone

    I mean the main site says its not.. but if you understand its limits it might work for a studio or commercial projects...

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    chris

    promo and steam are basically the same. and then you have CLI and a perpetual version. 

    main thing is a limit of 2500 photos. the other is command line interface. so you can script the CLI version.

    promo is locked to a pc, which you can change. but you have a min of a week or longer (depending on what you choose). before you can change. and it dose pop up half way through processing to ask you to log in again. which i find quite a annoying.

    steam version is locked to that account. but you can only have one license per steam account. i find this much easier to switch between pc's. 

    I'd recommend going steam first. and then if you need to do bigger scenes or want to script it then go CLI.

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    Lucia CR

    hello Michael,

    all RealityCapture licenses may be used for commercial purposes,

    the Promo is fully-featured (except the command-line processing), but it has some restrictions in the length of its validity (3 moths), input load of 2,500 images and/or laser scans per project, the Internet connection (required during export), and technical support (CLI and full users get priority one-to-one tech support),

    most VFX studios opt for the CLI (the most powerful) or the permanent version

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