Activate Rev Media ?!

Timothy Miller gandalf at doctortimothyMiller.com
Sat Aug 7 15:10:01 CDT 2010


Good question, Mark.

Answer: I didn't know RevMedia 4.0 is free, and for that matter, I didn't realize it exists.

I often move stacks back and forth between my PowerPC OS X 10.4.x machine and my Intel OS 10.6.4 machine, so I need that to keep working. I can't find the system requirements for RevMedia 4.0 on the RunRev website.

Will someone please enlighten me on this point? I suspect RevMedia 4.0 is Intel-only. True?

If I have RevMedia 4.0 on one machine and 3.0 on the other, moving stacks back and forth, am I at risk for trouble?

Thanks in advance.


Tim Miller


On Aug 7, 2010, at 12:55 PM, Mark Schonewille wrote:

> Hi Tim,
> 
> Why don't you just download the new free RevMedia 4.0?
> 
> Often, when I install a trial version or an older version of Revolution, all already installed versions of Rev get unregistered. I don't know why.
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> Op 7-aug-2010, om 21:33 heeft Timothy Miller het volgende geschreven:
> 
>> Hello,
>> 
>> I've been the happy owner of Rev Media v 3.0.0 for several years. Yes, I paid for it. I use it every day, in a variety of ways, on crude, self-authored stacks.
>> 
>> Today, I routinely launched a stack I use ever day, and, to my surprise, I was prompted to activate my copy.
>> 
>> I might have the serial number around somewhere. I'll have to hunt.
>> 
>> Meanwhile, why did this happen?
> 
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