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Greetings from northern California! I wanted to know how intensive and practical the following feature request:
Instead of having localized activation/deactivation, why not move to the server? As an example of usage….
Each user is allowed to have 1 activation. Let’s just say that you decide to reformat or uninstall DPS without deactivating in the software? With the server-side, no worries. Once everything is put back together, the user logs into their account and click deactivate. Then, the user runs the DPS on their newly installed OS or computer and reactivate.
I got this idea from a software I use for my professional photography. Capture One Pro allows us to have 3 activation. Each time I need to install the software, I log into my account with them and I could control the license management on their end (server-sided).
Will there be an opportunity to write a review and share on all social media in exchange for 2.1 license?
I think we can AGREE TO DISAGREE on the comment concerning requiring a GUI update. How many times do you honestly open the DPS to play around with the sliders? For the free version, you really can’t adjust anything, other then circling around the speaker profiles.
If you’re are selecting the speaker profiles—again—how long do you spend time in the software to warrant a “prettier interface.” I put mine on the “Transparent Theme” and I honestly do not care for the rest of the looks that I could select. Most of my songs (music) are from artists like Celine Dion, Madonna, Enigma, etc. I put my speaker profile on the “Mendoza” and unless my ears was playing tricks on me, my music sounds “awesome and alive” to me.
Already, DPS 2.X is running late due to their CES or something. I rather not have the team’s resources being used in something frivolous and unpractical and rather concentrate on profiling MORE SPEAKERS when the paid version gets out. I rather the team focus on FUNCTIONALITY than looks. They’re a sound software and not a graphics program.