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Easy HTML5 Video Unlimited Website LicenseDiscount

Easy HTML5 Video Unlimited Website License

Convert Any Video to HTML5

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$51.75 $69.00
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Platforms: Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7 and Mac OS X
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We are in the midst of a revolution, one that will end with virtually all online video being hosted in the HTML5 format. While there are still many websites that host video in Flash, nearly all new development projects are HTML5-focused, leaving you with finding a way to easily convert your existing videos to this exciting new format. Which is exactly why Easy HTML5 Video exists!

Easy HTML5 Video lets you convert any video to the HTML5 format. Thanks to a handy wizard, you'll be able to convert your videos to HTML5 in just three easy steps, with full control over a variety of output settings! When all is said and done, you'll end up with a full HTML page containing all of the necessary code, images, and video content to deliver your stuff.

With Easy HTML5 Video, you'll never have to worry about relinquishing control. In fact, you have the power to set the video title, enable Auto Play, set video size, specify browser-level support, even establish a watermark so that you can assert ownership over your content! When you're done, Easy HTML5 Video gives you the option of publishing to an FTP server or to a local drive.

This promotion includes the following:
Easy HTML5 Video (for Windows - Unlimited Websites) ($51.75)
Easy HTML5 Video (for Mac - Unlimited Websites) ($51.75)
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Bob Bush "Transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed." So, if I get a new computer I need to buy another license. Not a good deal. I'll pass.
Jan 4 2014 at 7:15am Copy Link
govertz The same here!!!!
Apr 14 2014 at 1:07pm Copy Link
John Same hear
Jul 13 2014 at 7:33am Copy Link
Knight Same here... When will people learn to make license agreements that actually make sense?
Sep 20 2014 at 6:56am Copy Link
Brad Same here....My purchase is "Dead in the water". The statement: "Transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed." Is a non-starter…it's what I appreciate about BitsDuJour, like a "Band of Brothers", looking out for the interests of the community many of us share this vitriol for nonsensical, other-worldly software policy restrictions. What on earth are these developers thinking. I may not have caught this had I not noticed the the comments. Thanks guys!
Oct 17 2014 at 8:46am Copy Link
Johno Totally agree with the previous comments. Was seriously considering this program. Its wrong when innocent users must suffer because of the dishonesty of some. Even at least a basic system where we need to go through the process of re-activating once its installed on a different computer would at least provide an option to this situation - but not even that is offered. EasyHTML5Video, Please consider these many statements.
Good call for making note of this guys.
May 13 2015 at 5:40am Copy Link
John User Thanks for highlighting that guys, easily overlooked by people, including me.
May 29 2015 at 6:50am Copy Link
CodeDog Agreed. I had to replace my system a few months ago, and found out then that a piece of software I use regularly had that clause. Had to repurchase it. Decided then never to buy another package with that limitation.

I can understand people wanting to protect their intellectual property, but as Johno said it's not that hard to provide for a change in systems with a re-activation.

And these days, it also shouldn't be a big deal if people want to use software they purchase on two different systems they own...
Jun 17 2016 at 4:07am Copy Link
Daryn Bogart While I agree with the other commenters regarding the inability to transfer the license to another owned computer, I understand the why.

This is because the company does not want consumers to simply claim they have had a hard drive crash or a system replaced and have transferred their license to a new system. What they SHOULD do instead is what many other companies have done and have an online registry where the product checks an online server each time the app launches and if the same license key launches from multiple systems, then both licenses become invalidated until the consumer contacts the company to correct the situation or pay for the second license. This would prevent the "piracy"
Dec 2 2016 at 1:55pm Copy Link
Christian User @Daryn Bogart
No these are not the pirates who are penalized .... these are the loyal registered users !!!!!
Jan 29 at 2:13am Copy Link
Vivaldi No transfer, no sale.

@Johno and @ Daryn Bogart have already explained the solution, so I won't repeat.

Edit: I just read the older comments. People said the same thing 5 years ago.
Sunday at 6:52am Copy Link

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