Occasionally, Windows users may run into an error where the Membrane installer fails. To resolve this issue:
Some fonts may not support your language. If the text does not appear correctly, the font doesn't support that language. You can find supported languages below.
Unfortunately, Membrane does not support to use custom fonts in your computer. However, we continue to add fonts to Membrane every update. We strive to diversify our selection to give our users as many choices as possible. If you have fonts you want us to add, simply contact us and we will do our best to add it to Membrane.
While downloading Membrane, if you are getting an error "The publisher of Membrane couldn't be verified." or "The publisher of this program couldn't be verified", please try to download it again using a different browser like Chrome or Firefox.
If you don't want to renew your license after it expires, you can continue to use the version of Membrane that you have, for as long as you want, but you won't be able to receive any further updates. If you decide you want to renew at a later date, you're welcome back at any time.
Your license is valid for 1 year after the date of purchase so if you bought your license today May 15, 2019, you'll get all the regular updates that are released up to May 15, 2020. To receive updates after that date, you'll need to renew your license.
When you purchase Membrane, your license entitles you to use Membrane on one computer only.
Yes. Any image that you create with Membrane belongs to you. Assets within your creation are still subject to copyright law. The images available within Membrane are provided by the kind folks at Unsplash. You may use those images for your creations under the same license used by Unsplash. This means that you can copy, modify, distribute and use the photos for free, including for commercial purposes, without asking permission from or providing attribution to the photographer, Unsplash or Membrane. As soon as you import or add an image, logo, icon, etc from elsewhere we're relying on you to double check rights for those elements.