Difference between demo and full version
Posted: Wed, 25th Feb 2009, 12:27am
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I downloaded the FX home effects lab demo and have really enjoyed it. I've made several videos and I'm considering getting the whole version for 150 dollars, but from what I can find online, it doesn't seem very different from the demo apart from getting rid of the watermark sign. Can you tell me some of the other differences if there are any? Thanks.
Posted: Wed, 25th Feb 2009, 12:41am
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That's basically it. The full version renders without the watermark, making the footage actually useable. And you can render with alpha channels. They kept as many features as possible in the demo version though, so you can get a clear idea of what the program is capable of and how everything works, and make an informed decision as to whether you want to buy it.
Posted: Wed, 25th Feb 2009, 12:54am
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thanks for the info
Posted: Wed, 25th Feb 2009, 3:25am
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You can also save projects, something you can't do in the demo.
Posted: Wed, 25th Feb 2009, 4:35am
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Rockfilmers wrote:You can also save projects, something you can't do in the demo.
I saved a project in the demo, then bought the full thing.
Posted: Wed, 25th Feb 2009, 1:12pm
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Yeah, you can save in the demo. You didn't use to be able to, but we changed that a while back.
Posted: Mon, 2nd Mar 2009, 1:33pm
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