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Did you try exporting the project and check the output? For example, did you check the output after burning the project onto a disc?
If you deleted rendered files and re-rendered the project after purchasing the license, you should not see watermarks in the output (post export).
However, if the problem persists, you may have to re add the media assets in the project.
Once you've purchased the program, you will also need to delete your rendered files to clear the watermarks off your video, as described in this FAQ from the list to the right of our forum.
Thanks for your replies. As I said I had already deleted Rendered files so this wasn't the problems. I think the machine needed a restart as tonight it simply loaded the media files without the banner.
I have been running Adobe Premier 12 for about 2 or 3 years without problems until today when the "Trial Version" Banner appeared on all my projects, old and new. I have tried:
Delete program and reinstall from disc (using purchased licence key)
Timeline / delete rendered files
Timeline / delete rendered files for all projects
Render Work Area (and repeat above)
Close program and restart
Shut down PC and restart
Registered as user (details OK)
Short of upgrading (which reading other posts implies no guaranteed success) I can't think of anything else to do. Help please !!!
Try System Restore or Time Machine?
Sounds a bit radical, sledgehammer to crack a nut. I guess I'll have to pay for another upgrade which I shouldn't need.
I left this alone for a couple of days hoping that Adobe would respond and fix this issue. This has not happened and I have to conclude that Adobe Premier 12 is no longer supported. That said can only expect that any legitimate Adobe users will be abandoned sooner or later.