More information and FAQ
Yes, including commercial use, without limitations.
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You may see a message akin to the following, when trying to install AudioNodes:
Windows SmartScreen prevented an unrecognized app from running. Running this app might put your PC at risk.
Windows has a built-in security feature, which prevents applications from running if they are deemed unknown. On Windows, this feature is called SmartScreen. Whether an app is deemed unknown or not is determined by a threshold of downloads that were detected previously on other devices. Since AudioNodes is still a new thing, this download threshold has not been met yet. This warning will go away over time, and you can safely ignore it if you downloaded from here through a HTTPS connection.
How to solve this problem
You can either (1) click on the More Info button on the security warning, then click the Run Anyway button, or (2) before running the installer, right click the installer, select properties, then tick Unblock at the bottom right corner of the properties box.
Is it safe to Run Anyway?
In the case of the AudioNodes installer, that you downloaded from this very page (https secured), yes. You can also scan the installer with your anti-virus to ensure everything is right.
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To run an AppImage, you first need to allow it to be executed as a program. From the UI, this can be done like through the following steps:
- Right click on the AudioNodes .AppImage file
- Choose Properties
- Navigate to the Permissions tab
- Tick "allow executing file as a program"
- Run AudioNodes (e.g. by double clicking the file in your Downloads folder)
AudioNodes is available for download for 64-bit Windows, MacOS, and Linux.
If you use a different OS, please check out AudioNodes Online, a fully featured, in-browser version of AudioNodes that works in all modern browsers.