Corporate licence required for Jing Free?

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Hi there,

I am curious if the free version of jing is okay to install in a corporate environment?

Thanks
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Mastai

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petroshkuratenyuk

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Is Jing free for commercial usage?.


Is Jing free for commercial usage?
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Kate Cansfield

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Thanks for the great question! The employees in your organization can use Jing at no cost.  Each individual does need to sign up separately, there isn't a way to mass deploy.  Thanks and let us know if you have further questions :) 
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petroshkuratenyuk

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Great! Thank u!
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bitson

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Is this still true?
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Kelly Mullins, TechSmith Employee & Helper

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Hello,
Yes, it is.

Kelly
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Michael Badango

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Is Jing free for commercial usage?

We are confuse if we can use this in our organizaion.

Thanks, 
Michael 
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Michael Badango

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Please also confirm if this Jing application is part of GNU or General Public License.

Thank you so much.
Michael
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ketan.tank

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is this still valid? Can I use Jing free version for enterprise use?

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Kelly Mullins, TechSmith Employee & Helper

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Hello,
Yes, Jing is free to use and can be used enterprise-wide.

Thanks!

Kelly
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Patrick  McCarthy

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I need a License before I can use this in my company... Even if it is Free, I need to be able to SHOW then that it is free... Can I get one? (I need to obtain one BEFORE they will let me download/install the actual product)
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Patrick  McCarthy

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You are looking for a EULA stating the tool is free to use, right?
If so... back to you Kelly Mullins,
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Kelly Mullins, TechSmith Employee & Helper

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Hi Patrick,
Are you looking for the Jing EULA?
If so, you and others can find thathere:
https://assets.techsmith.com/Docs/pdf-jing/TechSmith-Jing-EULA.pdf


So, Jing is a Free app. You cannot pay for it.
And, you can install it on as many computers as you want or need.

I would refer you to Section 1 on current use that says:

"So long as You comply with the terms and conditions of this EULA as a condition to the license granted herein, You are licensed to use the Software Product concurrently on different computers as long as such use is facilitated through Your Screencast.com account."

This includes as many computers are in your organizations.
However, be aware you must use Jing in connection to a TechSmith Screencast.com account, which is also free.

Kelly