You can acquire this license by purchasing the Elite Edition or any support contract.
This is not the only license available. We offer domain, OEM, and SaaS licenses for immediate purchase. ImageResizer V4 and later may also be used under the terms of the AGPL 3.0. Portions of ImageResizer V4 may be used under the terms of the Apache License 2.0. For development and testing, you may use the software under the terms of the Trial license.
This license grants enterprise-wide rights (including subsidiaries), but can also be purchased by an individual.
|✓ Commercial Use||✗ Hold Liable||Include Copyright(s)|
|✓ Private Use||✗ Use Trademark||Include License(s)|
|✓ Use Patent Claims||✗ Resell usage (see SaaS license)||State Changes|
|✓ Place Warranty||✗ Publish software that both competes with pre-existing Imazen software and uses Imazen software internally.||Include Notice(s)|
|✓ Modify||✗ Redistribute in OEM/turnkey/packaged software as permitted by a Scope Agreement.||Preserve upgradeability and expandability of the software|
|✓ Redistribute (as part of custom bespoke software)|
|✓ Sublicense (if compatible with redistribution license terms)|
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ImageResizer Enterprise License
Version 2.0, March 2015
Copyright © 2015 Imazen LLC
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To clarify, if you are the “first to market”, you do not have to worry about retroactively being in violation of this clause.
To comply with this clause, prior to publishing your product, simply compare the purpose of your product to the purpose of each of the products offered on http://imageresizing.net/ and http://imazen.io. If the purpose or marketing of the products is similar, then you should contact [email protected] for written clarification and permission (provided free of charge, if applicable).
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