Conditions of trial version

Denta wrote on 3/12/2019, 10:46 PM


I would like to know something about trial version of Sony Vegas Pro 16. If I have trial version, is it legal to create a material and then to make paid promotion with it? I want to make promotional film of my college and It is pro bono work - I will not be paid for that, I do not have film making company or sth like that - I am only a student. But this film will be promoted on Facebook. Is it legal?



rraud wrote on 3/13/2019, 9:35 AM

With the demo version, aside from 30 days, I think the maximum rendering length is only a minute (or two), so any legal issues may be a non-issue.

vkmast wrote on 3/13/2019, 9:42 AM

In Magix Vegas Pro 16 trial versions the max. rendering length needs to be less than 2 minutes. The last Sony/SCS versions were v.13.

fan-boy wrote on 3/19/2019, 4:01 PM


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vkmast wrote on 3/19/2019, 5:35 PM

Re the conditions of Vegas Pro trial versions (which is the topic), read this comment from the dev team.

The hardware requirements and other specifications of any free or paid alternative software should be found on their respective websites and Help/Support Forums.