[QUOTE=Wombler;2618537]I think the point is that that you have a lifetime licence for whatever functionality you bought at the time.
The fact that they’ve introduced new products since then doesn’t affect your existing deal and you’re not compelled to buy any additional licences unless you want those additional functions.
As I started this I’ll make one final comment and move on. This goes back to motivations for buying the lifetime all in one license.
Some people say the all in one is the all in one at the time. New products are introduced which you may not need, and therefore do not need to buy.
Some people, at least myself, purchased the lifetime all in one bundle with the expectation that new features would be added that would be available without extra fees. This was my expectation.
I purchased things that I’ve never used, and may never use, as part of my lifetime all in in one bundle. I was more than willing to buy the bundle, including things I had no immediate and possibly even long term need for because this I assumed was the trade off for getting additional features in the future that you would not need to pay an additional amount for.
Looks like my exceptions were incorrect. Looks like I purchased a lifetime license for things I’ve never used and may never use with no trade off of getting other incremental future features without an additional fee.
To potential customers - only buy what you know you will use now.
To the DVDFab team - I suggest selling bundles, but not describing it as an open ended all-in-one bundle therefore setting improper exceptions. If you feel compelled to call it an all-in-one bundle I suggest describing it as a bundle of all of the currently available products to set proper expectations.