I’m reviving a laptop that might or might not serve for running PL. The question is whether I can run PL5 on this “foundling”, or have to buy it a license? FWIW, PL5 is currently in use on only one machine.
You can install PL on 3 PCs or Macs with the Elite Edition and 2 with Essential, here.
Bingo! Thanks for the info. Now to see if the target machine is worth loading with PL5 in the first place…
Richard, can’t you simply test it with a demo version?
Of course, but I prefer to find out how hard I can stress the target machine before it just can’t keep up with what I’m trying to do. Or, consider it comparing like with like. :[/ smile]
You can still do that with the test version. It is a full featured version and you have 31 days to use it.
What the heck, I can fill in the code later… duh.
Anyway, here’s the first cut at bringing the “didn’t know I had it” laptop to its knees. Sunuvagun, it’s still standing after a lot of local adjustments on top of a whacking big overall adjustment. Hint: some of the adjustments are rather subtle, and not necessarily where they might be expected. Heh, heh, heh…
Also, this was shot with ISO 3200 to get a really fast shutter speed in not much light. DeepPRIME added to the workout.
If I buy a new computer and scrap the old, can the old one be removed from the list of 3 included installatios?
Yes but you have to get support to allow it and that can be slow.