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After the purchase of the license, you will receive an email with the license file attached. The attachment is named license.xml. Please save the attached license.xml to your computer's desktop. When you look at the file on your desktop, you may not be able to see the xml extension of the file. Some Windows installations will not show the file extension if it is a known file type. Do not worry; the name of this file is still license.xml even though you cannot see the extension.
Now that you have the license file on your desktop, you should copy it to the program folder of the PDF Printer. The reason for placing it on your desktop before copying it to the program folder is that some Windows installations will not allow email attachments to be copied directly to the program folder.
This is a feature-packed software studio with a lot of functionality including Export to Game Engine, Pipeline Integration, Effects, and Compositing, Brush Engine, Traditional Paperless Animation, and many more. It offers a free trial period of 21 days. After the trial, you have to purchase a license for uninterrupted usage.
Moviestorm User Guide Setting up Moviestorm Logging in When you start Moviestorm, you will need to enter your username and password on the launch screen before you can go to the main menu. You must be connected to the Internet to do this. Once you have logged in, you will normally remain logged in for 14 days, and you do not need to connect to the Internet. After 14 days, you will need to connect to the Internet and log in again. Some types of Moviestorm license allow you to stay logged in permanently. See the Moviestorm Web site for more details. If you share a computer, each user can have their own username and password. When you're logged in to Moviestorm, you will only have access to the add-on packs licensed by that user. However, you will see the movies and stock sets belonging to the user currently logged in on your computer: these may be different. Remember: do not share your password with anyone - not even someone claiming to be Moviestorm staff! If you need to change your password, you can do this on the Moviestorm Web site. Using add-on packs Moviestorm consists of the software you use to create movies, plus a number of add-on packs. These contain the various elements that are used in your movie ("assets"), such as sets, props, costumes, hairstyles, characters, sounds, animations, music, and so on. The more you add, the more variety you can get in your movies! Obtaining add-on packs You can get add-on packs in three ways: From the Moviestorm Web site. Go to the Marketplace and follow the instructions on site. From the launcher. Press the Get More Content button to see a panel (shown above) that lists all available add-on packs. You can download and install packs directly from here, or renew your licenses if you need to (see below). From within Moviestorm. In the Set Workshop or Dressing Room, you may see some items marked as locked. Click on them for more information. You can then go directly to the Web site to get the pack. Renewing add-on packs When you get a pack, you may choose to get it for a limited period of time instead of purchasing it. This is useful if you only need it for a single scene, or if you're on a tight budget. You can renew your licenses from the Get More Content screen in the launcher, as shown above. 6 350c69d7ab