The only downside is the English Manual and of course the English interface.
U.S. $ 90 for shipping I think quite a lot. When I CDs or software at
the time to count accurately: A book costs around U.S. $ 20, a CD (with about 20 titles) is about $ 100. Five songs download or purchase a CD with 20 titles at the same price? I will only download when a customer next to me and says "exactly the" title should have immediately. ;-)
The usage is usually acquired directly from the purchase. When you click in the menu on Sonicfire Pro timeline> Maestro, then selecting a title and the button "More Info" click, you can see "Composer" and "License" all important data to retrieve the piece of music or noise.
Synonymous've ever thought to order in the U.S. - but I just got a gift package from the U.S., with technology in the value of $ 46, which was then estimated by inches with a customs value of 96 euros and cost me 16 euro customs fees - so It would know before ordering software really well how much is there draufgeschlagen the Adobe Video Collection - I think it's a better solution to bring the of an acquaintance from the United States ... and to hope that the activation does not control whether the U.S. software used here in Germany and the undercuts ....
1. As Ron writes about the activation, which would apply only to the USA, I can not imagine actually. Has anyone precise knowledge of the facts?
2. The friend, who brings the package, but this would probably declare synonymous!? Whether that is cheaper than if you let it send to? Of course, there's still the smuggling ... ;-)
3rd Is it then in here, no one who can speak from personal experience? If you have software directly from the U.S.??
Muzzz, the nerves are synonymous on the huge price difference!
I have bought Avid Xpress DV 3 here on ebay USA and then made the upgrade to Xpress Pro HD - worked without problems. Similarly, I often buy sound libraries for my other hobby (that play music :-)) on group buy actions directly in the U.S. and it has never since been synonymous problems.
Software is usually synonymous to be zero inches and it comes on it only the import tax, which our legal VAT. equivalent, or 16%, and although the total sum () so including shipping. If you pay $ 250 and $ 50 Shipping has to be calculated at 16% ie $ 300. In the case of tariffs can be read in the TARIC, which is levied on each s.Inch Products) (http://europa.eu.int/comm/taxation_customs/dds/cgi-bin/tarchap?Lang=DE.
$ 90 shipping but I feel synonymous as far too high - $ 50 is normal (although it never really does so much - is as a lump sum, which often synonymous with ebay, is charged) and I would always insist on a shipment with tracking code because otherwise it foolish, if it is lost. Fedex or USPS and that I had hitherto always works pretty smoothly. USPS is in Dt. the Dt. Post office and Fedex itself comes - quickly and easily (takes) is usually not longer than one week.
With the activation is likely to be rubbish - yes, the versions differ mainly in the language modules, and why a Manufacturer to stop it, if someone prefers the English version? I certainly had no problems at Avid with the activation of the upgrade and a U.S. version and I can not imagine that any Manufacturer makes the stress - especially not Adobe, which apparently did not even come to terms with their own serial numbers ;-)