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The 30 day demo does not include ANY options that involve any flavor of the MPEG file specification
sorry, cat stepped on the keyboard and gave me a double post. Im not sure I completely understand your response. Are you saying that I cannot export to encore because this is a trial version?
You may not export to any type of MPEG file due to license issues (Adobe is not going to pay the MPEG fee for a demo)
You may export to DV AVI
I just bought a premiere CS3 version after a few days trial period.
I activated this downloaded upgrade version of premiere CS3 from a premiere 5.1 that I handle without any trouble as well as Onlocation and Encore .
Encore is working properly when launched it from premiere (through exportation)... but I tried to run Encore as a stand alone software ... Encore ask me for a serial number like for an upgrade, or ask me for a SN which could be find on a DVD, that I don't have (on line buying)... IS this normal? what can I do if I want to launch Encore as a stand alone software?
Did you follow all of the convert trial to full instructions here?