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MAXON MSA for Studio (Annual Maintenance)

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MAXON MSA for Studio (Annual Maintenance) - featured

Keep up-to-date with the newest releases of Cinema 4D and/or BodyPaint 3D + Cineversity!

The MAXON Service Agreement (MSA) is perfect for companies working with fixed budgets - no more surprises when planning next year's expenses.
 Get new software as soon as it's available, plus sharpen your skills with a Premium subscription to Maxon's Cineversity training.


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The MAXON Service Agreement (MSA) is optionally available to MAXON customers. When a new software version is available, MSA participants will receive these automatically, allowing them to take advantage of all new features and advancements. 

Commercial MSA's Include:

  • Automatic priority delivery of upgrades for one year
  • Premium Cineversity Subscription good for one year
  • Ability to install on 2-computers (1 active user)
  • Save up to 40% (versus waiting to upgrade)

 

Please enter in the serial number of your CINEMA 4D Studio.

You can only add MSA to a recent version of MAXON CINEMA 4D.

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Essential for freelancers

I sprang for an MSA when I first purchased Cinema 4D Studio last year because Toolfarm had the whole shebang at a great discount, and a year later (almost time to renew) I'm really glad I did. The benefits are pretty straightforward, but I'll just reiterate that the customer service through Maxon is exemplary, and it's an undeniably wise financial choice for freelancers and small shops to save cash on the latest software updates.

Would you recommend this product to a colleague? Yes

By: Jared Flynn
Date: April 09, 2012

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