Are you currently working on a tryout of Premiere Elements 12 downloaded from Adobe?
If so, you do not have to buy from Adobe. You can purchase the version from an authorized reseller of
At that point, you can leave the 12 tryout installed and just install your purchased serial number from
the authorized reseller or uninstall the tryout and just install the purchased product with its serial number.
When you open a tryout 12 project file (with Adobe watermark) in a purchased Premiere Elements 12, the
Adobe watermark should disappear
a. if you use Timeline/Delete Rendered Files
b. do nothing...so of us have found that just opening the tryout file in a purchased product removes the Adobe
If I buy this 13 version, I'm going to loose all the projects I did before with the elements 12 test evaluation?
Are you talking about the Adobe watermark? You will not lose the projects, but whether or not the Adobe watermark
is removed in a purchased version which is not the version in which it was created is of concern.
I will see what exploration and experimentation on that I can do.