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Apr 4, 2020 at 8:46 am #15269718Rejean GauthierGuest
Not received a licence keyApr 4, 2020 at 9:39 am #15270074Reg PellowGuest
Followed your download instructions etc and received an email. No licence key!
Email says only valid for 30 days – unless you know different, this is a waste of timeApr 4, 2020 at 11:21 am #15270677jaykGuest
Installed and registered easily after having followed Peter’s advice.
Trying to figure out how to record a video playing on the web using ACDSee Video Recorder.
If someone knows how to do it, I would greatly appreciate any advice on that.Apr 4, 2020 at 11:46 am #15270808SebastiánGuest
The cookies thing in their privacy policies seems shady and Firefox flagged their Terms of Services page as dangerous.
Thanks, but no thanks.Apr 4, 2020 at 12:14 pm #15270959simsGuest
Downloaded the program from shareware, installed. and registered but no registration ID no. Yet from them. what gives? pls. advice.
sim.Apr 4, 2020 at 3:50 pm #15271789Mr.DaveGuest
Good, with warnings.
No issues at all for registering, downloading, installing, entering license key. I got the email with download link and license key within minutes or less. I used ACDsee’s download link (didn’t try installer from SOS, it’s likely the same file).
A very straighforward product. I got lost in it for a couple of hours seeing all it could do, did not need help or tutorials. Made a video consisting of 2 video files, an audio MP3 file, and two images (.jpg and .png). Had fun adding and adjusting transitions. By placing copies of photos and videos into different layers I could fade between effects. Nice that it let me delete audio from a duplicated video (otherwise it would be twice as loud and/or out of sync) and adjust volumes in other places. There’s a default setting in Options for timing on transitions, etc., but you can adjust them individually by dragging the edge of a clip or transition. I especially liked that I could overlay a picture or another video clip on top of the main video or pic, and adjust size, rotation and location. So now I can create picture-in-picture videos just like all the YouTube pros.
Warnings: all is not golden. When I tried to render my video (using all the default options) it got about halfway through and crashed, the MP4 file it created was small and unplayable. When I reloaded it “recovered” the video and played it, the program crashed again. One more try… oops. Windows blue screen. Reboot. Disk check. Should I dare to try again? Ok, one more go. Loaded program. recovered files. made some more edits. saved file. produced video. finished without crash. watched in Windows player, looks & sounds good.
Not sure if a reboot is needed to complete something in the installation. The programs open in the first crash but not after reboot: Free Commander XE, Smart Game Booster (with boosting disabled), Steam client, not sure of any others. As I write this, if I click in Start Menu to show hidden icons, I see the ‘microphone in use’ icon from Bitdefender antivirus appearing and disappearing as fast as it can, making it impossible to accurately click on it or any of the icons after it. When I exit ACDsee Video Editor 3, the ‘microphone in use’ icon goes away and all is back to normal.
So… my recommendation: this *is* a good program to have, but don’t try to run it alongside anything else and save often to a different filename each time.
Two features I wish it had (other than stability in a Win 10/64 environment): Ability to create title text (not just caption text at the bottom of the screen) or at least let me import a .png file with the title I want and a TRANSPARENT background. Ability to have motion/scaling/orientation effects over time on any object (set start & end and let program interpolate all the in-between points per frame). Note that allowing for a transparent background in a .png file would also let you create a mask file, so the underlying video would show through in the transparent places. Powerful stuff! Please ACDsee, fix the compatability issues and add these features, and possibly several more audio & video transitions, and I could replace all my other video software with this one. Oh please :-)Apr 4, 2020 at 7:13 pm #15272345Felix CrevatGuest
Registration was a bit complicated, but it worked for me. The ACDSee product page says that version 3 is free for all now that version 4 is out. I just downloaded the full version from there and followed their registration instructions
Seems like a decent lightweight video editor.Apr 5, 2020 at 12:16 am #15273024Kevin BuiGuest
It does not work on Windows 10 1909. The welcome appear and then nothing to happen. The Screen Recorder work well. Please fix this problem.Apr 5, 2020 at 12:16 am #15273025GarryGuest
Like a lot of other people I seem to be not getting a license key despite trying the suggestions posted. I have therefore submitted a request to the company and will await a response.Apr 5, 2020 at 12:16 am #15273027JGuest
During install (on 1 year old high end Dell system) a message came up stating that system was rebooting and did so, without any chance to about or restart later–so much sure all other windows are closed and be ready for that. Registration key sent (via another email registration process does not work so you only get the ability to register as Trialware. Does anyone have a registration code that works? The one sent via email (all alpha letters) does not register the software.Apr 5, 2020 at 8:28 am #15275538BarryGuest
Folks, please read the directions for downloads and registration before complaining!
ACDSee’s process is a bit unconventional and annoying but it all installs and registers correctly IF you follow their directions.Apr 5, 2020 at 11:03 am #15276195Mr.DaveGuest
[ @J] It sounds like you are trying to use the temporary account password they sent you (about 6 or 8 letters), but that is to set up an account with valid email so they can send you ads and news and ads and update info and ads. Once you register your account and confirm your email, THEN they send another email with the license key, which is 7 groups of 6 alpha-numeric characters like: xxxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxxxApr 5, 2020 at 10:56 pm #15277845D CheungGuest
request for free copy of ACDSee Video Studio 3 / Apr 4 2020
ThankyouApr 6, 2020 at 12:02 am #15266145Peter BlaiseGuest
Unable to READ the download page BEFORE running the SOS program?
The download link for ACDSee Video Studio 3 is given to you above. To get your license key, click here to go to the giveaway page
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and fill out and submit the registration form. Next, check your inbox for an email from ACD SYSTEMS that contains your license key. Once you have that, download and install ACDSee Video Studio 3 and register it with your license key. Enjoy!Apr 6, 2020 at 12:02 am #15270367JunGuest
Enter your email to claim your free copy of ACDSee Video Studio 3
Received email: Thank you for confirming your email.
Here is the license key for your complimentary version of ACDSee Video Studio 3.