Dexcon wrote on 3/19/2022, 7:45 AM

Please see point 9 under Sony Movie Studio didn't include a deactivate process, rather it had an 'unknown' limit on the number of activations.

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hamilton-white wrote on 3/19/2022, 8:06 AM

Whatever you're looking for.

Definitely isn't here.

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vkmast wrote on 3/19/2022, 8:10 AM

The link @Dexcon gave above works here, but anyway, the relevant quote:

Applies to Sony Movie Studios as well. (Don't be surprised if you get the Sony process when registering. Worked for me yesterday when I installed Sony VMSP 13 on a new laptop.)


hamilton-white wrote on 3/19/2022, 8:48 AM

Thanks - I recall having to contact support some years ago about rejected activation - and that was on my sole PC. Each time Windows was reinstalled they regarded that as another computer. I've never found support friendly - always suspicious. I bought this from Amazon UK, in a box, complete with 1950s style cardboard 3D glasses.