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My guess is that it will not allow import or export of MPEG2 media.
the full version (paid) also includes content for premiere and also content for encore,ie menus, backgrounds, etc.) plus pdf versions of the manuals.
but if i pay and then activate the trial, will i be able to get those features you guys mentioned?
I was not aware that the CS3 trial COULD be activated!?!?
Added... ok, went and took a look myself
>if i pay and then activate the trial, will i be able to get those features
How do I convert a trial version to a version for unrestricted use? It's a simple three- or four-step process:
Purchase the software through the online Adobe Store (as an electronic download or as a shipped product) or from your preferred reseller.
Enter the serial number from that purchase to convert the installed trial version to an unrestricted version. You can enter a serial number for a full retail, upgrade, or education version.
Note: Volume licensing customers cannot purchase from a trial directly, but instead should uninstall the trial and then purchase the product from the Adobe Licensing website or from a preferred reseller.
Activate your software online.
Optional: If you purchased an electronic download, log into your account and download the additional content for your product.
And lots more info in the FAQ
Working cracks are already available online.
What's your point?
Wasnt Banders railing against CS3 from the start? Doesnt surprise me those that were knocking the product know the cracks are out there and where they are at.
>Wasnt Banders railing against CS3
He has also said he returned the product for a refund, was going to another product, and (I think) that he was leaving the forum
Looks like he isn't using the product... but still wants to stay around for more "railing"
maybe he returned the product and then found a keygen and still wants to hang around and benefit from those of us that have paid. Who knows. People are funny.