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Nice Price for CS5, get it while it lasts.

 
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Oct 08, 2011 07:18 |  #1

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Oct 08, 2011 09:48 |  #2
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Academic discount ftw. i got it for $160 and LR3 for like $90.


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Oct 08, 2011 22:05 |  #3

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Academic discount ftw. i got it for $160 and LR3 for like $90.

Just remember that using academic version for anything you sell is the same as using a cracked copy, you have to buy the commercial license if you plan on selling stuff (and care about using a legal copy).


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Citizen_Insane wrote in post #13223321 (external link)
Just remember that using academic version for anything you sell is the same as using a cracked copy, you have to buy the commercial license if you plan on selling stuff (and care about using a legal copy).

Good thing I don't. I'm a hobbyist.....how would they ever trace that, anyway?


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Oct 08, 2011 22:29 |  #5

Citizen_Insane wrote in post #13223321 (external link)
Just remember that using academic version for anything you sell is the same as using a cracked copy, you have to buy the commercial license if you plan on selling stuff (and care about using a legal copy).

That's not true in the US. It is for some other countries, but in the US you can use the Adobe software for professional/commercia​l purposes.


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Oct 08, 2011 23:59 |  #6

I think they mean you can't buy it as a student and then take the software to a commercial enterprise (a business). No way they can try to say anything produced in their program can't be used for a commercial purpose, no way to even track that.


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Citizen_Insane wrote in post #13223321 (external link)
Just remember that using academic version for anything you sell is the same as using a cracked copy, you have to buy the commercial license if you plan on selling stuff (and care about using a legal copy).

Not true in the EU either.


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Oct 10, 2011 07:08 |  #8

From here: http://www.adobe.com …ntteachereditio​n/faq.html (external link)

Adobe wrote:
Q: Are the Student and Teacher Edition products the same as the commercial products?
A:Yes. Adobe Student and Teacher Editions are the same full-version software products.
Q: Can I use my Adobe Student and Teacher Edition software for commercial use?
A: Yes. You may purchase a Student and Teacher Edition for personal as well as commercial use.


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Oct 10, 2011 13:53 |  #9

Really, I was not aware of that. I was always told that they were for non-commercial use. However that was years ago so either I was told wrong or the TOS has changed (both are likely).


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