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DanaT67

Dvd Demo Version Watermark

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When exporting to a DVD (or exporting a video file) the resulting file has a watermark at the top left saying DEMO VERSION. as per attached image.

This only happens for the export and not for the post and email etc.

How do I remove the watermark?

We have purchased the full product and we are listed as a premium.

2016-05-29%2011_24_17-testing%20testig.m

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I have never seen that type of watermark !

 

Are you using a PC or MAC? What operating system? Did you buy it from Corel/Roxio recently? Did you buy it elsewhere?

 

Delete whatever you have on your computer. Go to your account page and re-download Version 6 (it has been updated for W 10), install and try again.

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Happens on both Win 7 and Win 10.

Purchased on Friday from roxio website.

Have also done a remove and reinstall on win 10, then did an install on win 7. redownloaded in each case.

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Just to be clear, are you running Roxio's PhotoShow Version 6 ? What Theme are you trying to use? Have you tried another?

 

PhotoShow has just been updated to work with Windows 10.. Mine is the same but you can never tell what Corel is doing to the program. Another person I know was having issues logging into PhotoShow but I haven't seen any differences. I have tried the new version on two different W10 computers.

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When you say theme do you mean style. If so it is Wipe Out.

Border or not the same happens.

Version is 6.1.0 Build 1 as noted when clicking on check for updates.

 

The need for this has now passed - It was for a funeral and we went another product.

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