Flux:: now uses Pace Machine authorization
Flux:: listened to their customers and announces two majors changes in their purchase and authorization system.
From now on, you don’t need an iLok dongle to use Flux:: plug-ins, the developer has adopted the Pace Eden system that gives you the ability to authorize the software either directly on your computer or via the iLok USB dongle. This new system also gives you the ability to test the Flux:: plug-ins without the iLok dongle.
The second announcement is for Pro Tools user, who can now get the AAX DSP/HD-X format for each product purchased. This means that if you already own or purchase now plug-ins available in AAX DSP format, the authorization of this format is offered without any extra cost.
Last, Flux:: offers a second AAX DSP authorization to those who already own these AAX DSP licenses. Open the iLok License Manager and you can authorize a second iLok dongle or license on their computer.
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