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Trial duration

Posted: Sat, 1st May 2010, 7:09am

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ChillyZebra

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How long is the trial version of Studio and Composite Lab good for?

And does it do any silly watermark(s) over the output media?

Thanks,

CraigL
Posted: Sat, 1st May 2010, 11:16am

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Chao2

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The trial is the full fledged program and it lasts indefinitely, aide from the fact that it has watermarks on the exported footage.
Posted: Sun, 2nd May 2010, 2:34am

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alienux

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ChillyZebra wrote:

How long is the trial version of Studio and Composite Lab good for?

And does it do any silly watermark(s) over the output media?

Thanks,

CraigL
Well, since FXhome developed such a great piece of software to sell, its not really silly to put a watermark on the trial version. If there was no watermark, there wouldn't be much of an incentive for someone to purchase it, and since they've done such a great job making very useful effects software, they do deserve to get paid.

You should give the trial a shot, but it is definitely worth purchasing.