What's the difference between D5 Render Pro and Educational license?
D5 for Education is free of charge, and offers all the features and assets exclusive to D5 Pro. You can output renderings without any watermarks. It is a fixed-seat license, which means your Edu account is limited to only one particular computer. Please note that the D5 educational license is only available for educational and research purposes.
How do I qualify for a D5 educational license?
The D5 educational license is accessible to full-time students, faculty members, and education administrators affiliated with universities or officially recognized educational institutions, including community colleges, vocational/training colleges, and professional schools. To qualify for this license, you must provide evidence of your current academic enrollment or employment, so be sure to apply using your academic email address.
- Student/Educator ID card
- Proof letter with your university/educational institution letterhead verifying your enrollment status
- Transcript of records (only required for students who are unable to provide a proof letter from the institution)
The proof document must have:
- The issuance date (no older than three months)
- Your full name
- The name of your university or educational institution
We do not accept screenshots of online portals or class schedules.
How long does D5 Educational License last?
It's valid for 180 days. You can renew it by applying again after it expires if you still meet the requirements then.
How should I bind my Edu license to my device?
To bind your Edu license with your device, please update your D5 Render to our latest version. Then, log into D5 Render using your D5 account granted with the Edu license. You can then follow the step-by-step guide to finish your binding process.
What are the system requirements to use D5 Render on my device?
To check the minimum requirements for running D5 Render on your computer, please click here.
Why can't my account apply for D5 for Edu?
Please note that only a D5 Community account can apply for D5 educational license. To check whether you account is D5 Pro (subscribed or gifted), visit MySpace > Subscription.