I just installed the trial version of Premier elements and the watermark interferes with the editing process. This is just Stupid. It's one thing to watermark a rendered video. But how am I supposed to give the software a workout with a major distraction to performing basic editing? Can this be shut off?
It is what it is. The Premiere Elements tryout comes with an Adobe watermark in its project file. And, that Adobe watermark is seen in exports of that tryout Timeline content.
Removal of the Adobe watermark from the tryout project file is done only after purchase. At that time, you open the tryout project file in the purchase product and then
a. Timeline Menu/Delete Rendered Files and render the Timeline content (Deletion of the rendered files is the classical answer.)
b. Do nothing, the purchased program will automatically removes the Adobe watermark from the tryout project file (this works for many)
You cannot remove the Adobe watermark from exports from the tryout project file (be it export to file or burn to disc).
This is not Adobe. Rather essentially user to user forum. You can file an Adobe Feature Request Bug Report Form.
I appreciate your feedback.