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i always get this fucking error
any advice?
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How get I get onto the forums?
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>>665330
>>665330
git gud
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I got mines when they were doing free registrations
just catch em next time
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It's a honey pot. Expect lawsuits from Adobe (formerly Allegorithmic)
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>>665430
This. If you create something using their shit they sue you and claim a big chunk.
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>>665430
>>665432
>t. schizos
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stop scaring the kids

let them pirate in peace and learn so they can flood the market and further devalue our craft
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>>665482
Well played, "Allegorithmic."
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>>665330
that's not CGPeers that's CGPEERS
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>>665337
Forums are ded. Trust me, I know.
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>>665430
>>665432
The can't sue every single individual, that's part of their profit base and doing that could harm them more than just simply pirating their software. Most people just tend to pirate the older versions or do it to the new versions because Adobe's way of payment these days is retarded as shit.

They'd sue any studio that profits from it though. I know Autodesk does.
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>>665430
>>665432

Joke's on them, i use it to grab tutorials
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>>665330
Try different ip and different browser until you find a good combo
e.g. register from your phone
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If you're a student with an edu e-mail address, then it's $19.99 a month for Adobe's entire library of software.
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>>665626
What if I am self-taught?
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>>665550
>The can't sue every single individual
That's even worse. If they don't sue you it means that the derivative work you created using their shit illegally isn't generating any revenue. You're nobody; you didn't amount to nothing. You don't matter.
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>>665630
or I am using it in a non profit manner as I had no intentions on selling it anyways
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>>665670
Funny way of saying "I'm nobody".
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>>665630
That's fine, I don't give a damn about profiting off their shit anyway.

Besides, it'd cost Adobe more money than it would be worth to sue all the people pirating their programs. Even if it's a class-action lawsuit.
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This place is really filled by 16 yo schoolboys...
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>>665721
Your [relative] doesn't do it for money either, and yet [he/she] has made quite a name for [him/her]self in town.
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suck mah dick and ill sympathy invite
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>>665628
Can you give yourself an edu address?
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>>665432
i unironically know 4 people that use pirated adobe products professionally, and have been doing so for the past 15 years, AND they're US-based. what they don't want is a corporation that generates hundreds of millions of dollars using their cracked software.
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>>665430
Good luck faggots I use a VPN.
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>>666221

you say that like youve come across some rare unicorn

i work at a huge LA vfx studio (which i wont name). id say 20% of our shit is pirated and has been that way for decades.
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>>666313
How does a VFX company deal with it since Foundry, Adobe and Autodesk could knock on your door and demand an audition, also the fallout from disgruntled ex-employers who might know facts like that?
Do you have offline workstations? Do you guys run a cracked RLM server? How does the logistics of that work?
For a freelancer this might be easily doable, but for a huge LA VFX company this sounds like a nightmare.
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>>665430
I've been using it for 5 years or so. No VPN, no real protection other than using a fake email. Never a single letter or anything.
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>>666316
>run a cracked RLM server
I work at the foundry and I can tell you in our case at least, that we know about every single user who is using cracked version of our products.
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>>666433

Or maybe you're just a blendlet who uses fear tactics to bring more people to your software. Pretty typical.
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just wait for open signups. damn.
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>>666433
>I work at...
>I can tell...
>we know...
No you don't.
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>>665330
lurk more
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>>666433
even firewalled ones?

Also youre no artist
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>>666433
I wonder how the Foundry could do something like that without getting into legal trouble. We are talking violation of privacy here.
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>>666433
even on an off line computer ? now thats some next level NSA shit, eh?
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>>666799
It's in the terms of service that literally nobody ever reads. It's their product. They can use it and do whatever they want with it.
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>>666805
They don't know it with offlines. But they do know who downloaded the programs from unsecured lines while downloading.

That's why it's better to download with a vpn or with those Mega, Rapidgator, or Uploaded Links on cgpersia.

Either way, the Foundry is aware of this and pursues it harder than any other company. Even autodesk and adobe could give a fuck.
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>>666818
>But they do know who downloaded
what they do know is at best the IP adresses at the current time
for me, the IP is dynamic and unless they forward it to a judge who decides that the ISP must give the name they have shit and go fuck themselves
If you torrent something, you are pursued for UPloading, not downloading something.



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