Kimberly wrote on 11/24/2012, 2:08 PM
I have heard that SCS Customer Service can transfer the license for you. Don't forget about DVD-A unless you need all of your registered copies of that : )
GuidoR wrote on 11/24/2012, 2:21 PM
Wow thank you! Yes you are right :-) better i keep the old DVD-A! And did you know how or where i contact them? i live in Germany.
Thank you & Regards
vkmast wrote on 11/24/2012, 2:24 PM
don't know if this helps
GuidoR wrote on 11/24/2012, 2:43 PM
Thank you, that helps! :-)

chudson wrote on 11/25/2012, 12:38 PM
Usually the way it works with software is you buy a licence for a product. Then you upgrade your licence to use the newest product, but it is still the same one licence. You can't sell part of your licence.IE: you buy Vegas 9 new. You upgrade the version 9 license to include version 12. Now your licence includes both versions 9 and 12. They are not separate.
Sony might be different but I doubt it. Otherwise, anytime a user upgrades, they potentially are giving another licence away at upgrade pricing.
Maverick wrote on 11/25/2012, 12:49 PM
Have a look at this thread:

I followed the advice last month and the licence was transferred within a couple of hours of sending the request.

Remember to give the name and email address of the person you are transferring the licence to.
BRC wrote on 11/25/2012, 1:37 PM
This subject comes up once or twice a year and perhaps it would help if SCS put a sticky on the forum(s) to clarify.

Over the years I have transferred several of my SCS products after upgrading to a newer version. The process is relatively simple and permitted by SCS, almost encouraged. I would add that I have never sold any of these products but given them away, though selling is permitted.