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If you are looking for eLCC, you have come to the right place. We explain what eLCC is and point you to the official download.

What is eLCC?

eLCC introduces a new GUI, additional features and an improved workflow, replacing the former Syncrosoft LCC software. eLCC is the first software component for the eLicenser platform that was released by Steinberg, since its acquisition of the Syncrosoft eLicenser technology in October 2008.

The new features include workflow enhancements such as the ability to enter activation codes without having to start a wizard, a support for drag and drop license transfer between eLicensers and the new My Licenses view. eLCC also offers an updated Help system, including the addition of many context sensitive actions, and expands language support to a total of six languages. eLCC supports several new features and enhancements, which are designed to help the user accomplish work quickly. Its usability is well structured with a few dialogs, keyboard control, and a new context-sensitive user interface for efficient license management. It gives easy downloading and licenses with the “Enter activation code” button. It also has license transfer per drag-and-drop, and its new My Licenses section in the main window displays all licenses of connected eLicensers.

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File types supported by eLCC

Our users primarily use eLCC to open these file types:

About file types supported by eLCC

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If you have additional information about which types of files eLCC can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.

Last updated: : April 9, 2014