I did call tech support to ask about this, but was told (in tortured English over a distorted phone connection) that this wasn't possible and have a nice day.
Todd or one of the other Adobians will probably chime in, but here are some possibilities:
- Format your computer's hard drive and reinstall the trial. Not sure that'll work, though.
- Buy the software, give it a try, and if you don't like it, return it for a full refund within 30 days.
Hmm... that's all I can think of.
Welcome to the forum.
It has been my understanding that the trial's period begins upon installation, not on download, but maybe I am wrog.
Turns out my one month trial period began the day I signed up as opposed to starting the clock when the software is installed
OK, I had another thought on this... are you sure you're not talking about CS Live? The actual Premiere Pro trial shouldn't begin until the software is actually installed. I recently had to reinstall my version, from the trial I downloaded, and though that file is dated May 2011, it still started with a 30 day trial to go.
When did you install the software? What happens when you try? If you can, what happens when you launch it?
Colin is correct that the countdown starts from the time of installation.
You can try on a different computer.
Colin is also correct that you could buy and then return it within 30 days if you want.
Ah. I didn't download and install because the email I got from Adobe said, "now that you're trial run of Premiere is almost over...". So I suspect they just assumed I had dl'd it. It's such a large file that I didn't want to download if I was only going to get 2 days with it.
Will report back.