Is it possible to download and then keep it to install later? Right now my PC lacks a new PSU and graphics card, so I don't want to overload my system. :(
When you download, it also sends you a serial number. so yes, you could download and keep for later - what i would do (as I do with most of myt archived progs with serials) is burn the install to disk along with a text file that includes the serial :) (or if you have a big enough backup drive just make a folder and put in the install with the text file).
Today is free?
Maybe it's a moot question, but ... has anyone tried these on Linux, with Wine? Because my only Windows installation is in a VM, and I'm not sure it would be too suitable to run this kind of software.
I honestly don't have a clue how to use these, but I'll explore, I guess.
That is certainly a damned good deal. I've been wanting to get into 3D modeling for some time, and getting a program without pirating it takes a load off my mind. Thanks a bunch for sharing!
silverhead: I have a mac, not a Linux system, so take this with a grain of salt: from what I've read online, Bryce Pro 7 seems to run fine with a VM in most cases - using VM Fusion, Parallels, etc. It is not behaving with Wine on my mac, though, which is a bummer. (The interface with Bryce seems much more straightforward and intuitive to me than that of Blender or Terragen, so I'd prefer to work in Bryce. But absent that I'm just going to watch a ton of blender tutorial videos and hope I can manage until they get Bryce to behave.)