Semester/yearly license of Pix4Dmapper for students

Pix4D provides Pix4Dmapper license to students at a reduced price. The requirement is that only a user having a professor license can invite students to purchase this semester or yearly license. The user would also need valid Support and Upgrade to send the invitation. The workflow to get a student license from a professor is described below.


1. Go to

2. Click on License management.


3. Scroll to your professor license.

4. Click on Manage invitations.


5. Click on INVITE NEW STUDENT(S). You will need their email ID to invite them. When you invite, they will get an e-mail with the store-link. You can send the store link separately as well.



6. The student will get the invitation by email. When the student clicks the link, it will take them to our store page where the student can select between a semester or yearly license and continue to check out. 

Note: If the student does not have a Pix4D account, he will get an invitation to create an account, including a second step of going to the store directly.
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  • Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

    Hello Jennifer and Momtanu,


    I am starting a new semester in March and wanted to ensure I had no issues with inviting a student for a student license of Pix4Dmapper for my classes. As you can see in the thread below, a student in one of my previous semester classes had issues with getting the license. We invite our students under our Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University login as


    I invited myself ( today to see if I had the option of purchasing the $99/ 4 month student license. The link came to my email box as expected. When I clicked on the link (the link had this address:, there was no option to purchase Pix4Dmapper at the $99 student rate. This is exactly the same problem my previous student had in the thread below.


    I am about to invite 7 students for their student licenses. I am assuming each of them will all have problems too, based on my trial today and my previous student’s experience. How can I ensure that when I invite my students using the same process as found in this link that it will work? Here’s the process I followed:

    Inviting 7 more students with no ability to purchase the $99 license will consume everyone’s time and not be productive at all.


    Please advise of how I should proceed.





    Joseph Cerreta, Ph.D.                                                                        
    Assistant Professor                                                                                      
    Department of Flight                                  

    1 Aerospace Boulevard
    Daytona Beach, FL 32114                                                                                                                                       


    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University                                                    
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  • Beata (Pix4D)

    Hi Joe,

    Thank you for letting us know about the problem. We are looking into the issue and come back to you as soon as we have some news.

    Best regards,

  • Marco (Pix4D)

    Hi Joe,

    From our side, the emails have been delivered and the students have clicked on the link. However any purchase has been done so the invitations are still pending.
    In order to understand what is going wrong we would need to see the email you are receiving.
    I will contact you personally so we can solve privately this issue.


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