clarification about license terms

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goulding
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clarification about license terms

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The 'Business license' is worded as follows:
One license per one company or one application. You may not sell or
distribute as a developer toolkit, or use as a server application.
From: "One license per one company or one application", I take that to mean that you can use it within 1 company for as many applications as you want - OR for one application that you can distribute to multiple companies.

Is that the correct interpretation?
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goulding wrote:Is that the correct interpretation?
yes
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Is there a license that allows to re-distribute nconvert along with a commercial application? If yes, which one is it? In this case a library (dll or static) would be great, something like an SDK. Is something like this planned?

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ahek wrote:Is there a license that allows to re-distribute nconvert along with a commercial application? If yes, which one is it? In this case a library (dll or static) would be great, something like an SDK. Is something like this planned?
yes you can with site license. sorry but the SDK is no more available.
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xnview wrote:
ahek wrote:Is there a license that allows to re-distribute nconvert along with a commercial application? If yes, which one is it? In this case a library (dll or static) would be great, something like an SDK. Is something like this planned?
yes you can with site license. sorry but the SDK is no more available.
I thought so :). Thanks!!
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