I'm trying to activate plug-in by opening .key file in Windows but it keeps telling me file is corrupted

Last update June 06, 2024 / This article concerns Windows users only

This article concerns only legacy plugin versions

In Windows .key file name extension is associated with Windows registry. This means that every time you try to open a file with .key name extension using Windows Explorer (by double clicking it), Windows tries to open that file using Windows registry editor tool (that's default association). By coincidence license key files for almost all our audio plug-ins (beside LuSH-101 and Sigmund) have .key file name extension, but you are not supposed to double-click on that file. The activation procedure for our products using the license key files is described here:


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