The Cepstral product licenses are not machine specific, but they are OS
specific. If you order a Linux version of the voice the product key you
get will only work on Linux versions of that voice. Same goes for
Windows and Mac version. That sort of sucks as it would be kind of nice
to purchase a key and use it on whichever OS you like.
Bryan Peterson wrote:
Actually it's www.cepstral.com. You can't actually get them from Nextup.
And they cost about thirty bucks per voice. The difference is that you
actually register the voices like you do most audio games, and it's
really easy to retrieve your license numbers if you should happen to
lose them. I don't know if they're machine specific though.
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