Unigine Valley Benchmark End-User License Agreement
Last updated: November 24, 2021
Important - read carefully: This End-User License Agreement ("EULA") is a legal agreement between you (either an individual or a single entity, herein after referred as to the "User") and Unigine Corp. (herein after referred as to the "Developer”) for software product "Unigine Valley Benchmark" (herein after referred as to the "Software product"). You agree to be bound by the terms of this EULA by installing, copying, or otherwise using the "Software product". If you do not agree, do not install or use the "Software product".
1. Grant of license
"Developer" grants you the following rights provided that you comply with all terms and conditions of this EULA:
Installation and use. It is allowed to install and use any number of copies of the "Software product", which should be used only for educational and evaluation purposes.
Reserve copying. It is allowed to make copies of the "Software product" only for the purpose of archiving and reserve copying.
2. Other rights and limitations
It is prohibited to open the technology and decompile, disassemble the "Software product" and its components.
This present EULA does not give the "User" any rights regarding any trade marks or names that belong to the "Developer" and also it does not give any rights on the "Software product" itself or its components except for those mentioned in this present EULA.
It is prohibited to create any derivative works based on the "Software product", ether commercial or not.
All property rights and author's rights on the "Software product" and regarding it belong to the "Developer" and are protected by copyright acts and standards of international laws in the field of author's rights protection, and also other laws and provisions about protection of intellectual property.
The "Software product" can not be copied, sold, spread or used (either as a whole or by parts) in any other way that is not mentioned in the present agreement without preliminary written consent of the "Developer" on it.
4. Refusal from guaranties and responsibility
The "User" himself is completely responsible for use of the "Software product". Mostly that is allowed by the legislation that is currently in force the "Developer" refuses from granting any guarantees, obvious or implied including marketability, harmlessness or applicability for any specific aim.
The "Developer" refuses to be materially responsible for any specific, occasional, circumstantial or related damage (i.e. all, without exception, kinds of losses: not received profit, creation of business obstacles, discontinuance of enterprise's activity, loss of important information or any other material loss or any other losses) that appeared due to use or impossibility to use this "Software product" even if the "Developer" was notified about the possibility of this kind of damage.
Without prejudice to any other rights, "Developer" may cancel this EULA if you do not abide by the terms and conditions of this EULA, in which case you must destroy all copies of the "Software product" and all of its component parts.