elvis isn't dead wrote:Also do you know anything about this 60 day free trail thing what happens after, I can not remember but can you keep using it for free ater that time?
That sort of question is not going to go down well in these forums, and nor should it.
You have a top-notch DAW with all the features of products costing a LOT more, a permanent license of only $60 and you want to use it for free after the extremely
generous free trial they offer? Its less than the cost of a decent night out these days and you get to use it forever, with support, upgrades and the security that comes with doing the right thing.
Seriously, try it out and if it works for you, buy the license
Also, the 'DA' in DAW stands for 'Digital Audio'. If you want to process the audio from a video then export it as a WAV from your video editor, load it into a DAW, process it and then import it back to the video editor.
Some DAWs do support basic video playback for timing purposes but in all honesty if you are really looking to break the eminently reasonable terms of a generous license then I for one am not inclined to assist further.
Elvis may or may not be dead (hint: he is) but ethics seem to be on their last legs in many quarters these days and it's hurting a fantastic industry.
If you've never done it, trust me when I say that the feeling you get when you license a product because it's high quality and useful to you is a really good feeling
Please don't be one of the bad people.