I have a new Mac Studio M1 Ultra… I used Migration assistant to move everything including Nuendi 12 from Intel Mac to the New Silicon Mac. I used download assistant to download what I assumed would be the Silicon version of Nuendi 12. I try booting up Nuendo, licenses USB attached and I get a message there is No License. HELP!
I don’t think migration assistant will activate a license for Nuendo, as for the majority of softwares.
That has to be done on your new Mac via Steinberg license manager.
You Nuendo 12 license needs to be activated in the new computer via activation manager.
Thanks, I go to download manager I type in my access code and I’m told it’s not valid. It may have someone thing to do with the new no-elicenser verification system which has me totally confused
Thanks for the replies. I went to my Steinberg and saw that I already had maxed my three computer limit on the Nuendo license.
I deactivated one and can now hoot up Nuendo 12. I’m still uncertain how the new log-in system works but for now, its working.
Thanks again for taking the time to send your suggestions. Take care, Bill
As you have seemingly realised by now, you never re-enter a Download Access Code for a Steinberg Licensing product. All you do is logon in Steinberg Activation Manager and activate the products you want to use on the system - assuming, of course, that all three seats for the licence are not already in use.
yes, thanks AND I also learned that there is a difference between Thunderbolt 4 and USB-C Apple power cable. My rig is back up and runnining (in Rosetta 2) Still waiting for Nugen to update there plugins to silicon.