That's a watermark that will appear on any video you've rendered in the trial edition.
Once you purchase the program, you can remove it, per the FAQs to the right of this forum.
im a BROKE student. Any chance you know how to do it without purchasing the softwear? cant afford it untill after xmas and projects due in a week! ha
Are you asking me if I know how to hack into the software so you can get the licensed version without paying for it?
Sorry, Hanna. I don't.
No I was just wandering if there was a system, like autodesk, where they allow students to use the softwear for 3 years without stamping it with there brand and killing off my student loan!! ha clearly not!
Well wheres theres a will theres a way ive heard they dont use the watermark on cs5 trial so i might try using that.
Thanks for your help anyway.
Use Windows Movie Maker 2.6. It's completely free so well within your budget. I favour the 2.6 version that, despite it's Vista label, works with XP, Vista & W7 both 32-bit and 64-bit.
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Some considerations with the trial of CS5: obviously, only 30 days of usage, nothing MPEG-2 is supported, and many other flavors of MPEG are also not supported. This means that you will NOT be able to ingest anything MPEG-2, likely nothing AVCHD, or similar, and you will NOT be able to use Encore for any DVD/BD authoring in the trial. Though there is no watermark, the CS5 trial is very, very limited, and one can really only edit DV-AVI, and Export to DV-AVI, or very similar.
Neale's suggestion is the best solution, IMHO. There are also freeware editors, like Womble, that might work for you, but there is a learning curve, due to the GUI.