i searched the fourms before i posted so im sorry if this is a double post.I purchased movie studio 13 about a year ago was never able to get it installed. Today i thought to install it after rummaging through my drawer. even though u bought movie studio 13.0 its says its platinum off the disc and when i enter the serial number it says its invalid that it has to start with 1ST. For some reason my starts with 1SZ is there any mod that can help me im not sure where to fill out a support ticket. thanksadditional info: win10 cpu1100T gpu7970 12Gb ram
Thank you so much this info really helped me. Apparently the disc i bought from walmart includes movie studio platinum on the disc while i have a regular version serial number hence the differece between 1SZ VS 1ST.
I bought it over a year ago so I highly doubt Walmart would let me exchange it. I downloaded movie studio 13 from the magix website serial key worked perfectly. My only concern is that they are selling the wrong CD keys with the work product. If mine was wrong there has to be others.
I went to re-install Movie Studio 13 Platinum on my PC and got Movie Studio 13. I paid for platinum back when i got it so i thought i should still get that. I started having freez ups and decided to uninstall and the reinstall my program. i have a product on there with the same serial number as my platinum, but its not the same. i was only able to use it a short bit before it started freezing up also. any one know how to help? please! Thank You!
Did you try to download from your MAGIX Account > My products > Movie Studio 13.0 Platinum, Downloads: Installation program? I just tested this and it gave me the "vegasmoviestudio13platinum_64bit.exe" file.
What I got says movie studio 13.0 (64-bit). The program is slightly different. I did download from the things you said from My magix account etc.... I think it actually tried to download the Vegas but I thought that for some reason it was doing that to get mine started. It's almost like it tried to give me two programs but I couldn't get the Vegas started. I don't know but I appreciate you trying to help thanks very much!!!!!
I tried to put my serial number in (several times) and it said it was invalid. but it worked enough yesterday to give me the wrong thing. lol The movie studio 13 that i talked about. i registered it. I didnt know at the time it was not the right product' not what i payed for. i tried to call several times today. it rings several times and then some recording of a kid gets on there and tells you to call back later every time. I'm an old man. I've almost got my youngest graduated and I just wanted to try to make a film that might be something cool. something i know i can do well, but over the years tried to put birthdays and soccer and anniverseries1st. I wanted some time for myself. so i have my bedroom more importantly my wifes bedroom turned into a studio. green screen etc..... i got people sleeping on futons. lol back to the subject. if i dont get this resolved to my satisfactory, Sony or magix will not get anymore of my business. I payed full price for Movie Studio 13 Platinum and that is all expect, but i do expect it without hassle. i feel like that they are making hard for me to get my product, just so ill buy something i dont want or need. By the way I think i seen where you worked with film festivals. look out I'm coming. Thanks for your help!!!!!
I'm trying to system restore MY PC to see if I can get it back. So I don't have it in front of me right now, but my serial number starts with ISZ. I can open the program or I was able to.I say it's not the right product because it's very similar to the Sony movie studio Platinum I had. but a lot of the extras like to force a change on switches button wasn't there and some of the toolbars wasn't there, full screen. It was the same as far as effects go and some other things and it was actually working pretty good compared to what the Platinum been has lately. I troubleshooted it because it didn't start working good it was you freezing up at 1s. Troubleshooting said try it using Windows 8 and I did and that's when it started working better but this new one had Vegas on the effects and stuff and my old one didn't have . now some of that stuff I mentioned maybe I could find if I tried but it just seemed like a lot of stuff that wasn't gonna be there. I'll tell you what my concern is now though, now that I'm restoring my PC I'm not going to have that new one on there, the movie studio 13 vegas ,with the Vegas effects and the old one will probably be back I just like My worry is that when I try to put in my serial number next time just like today it's going to give me problems.
After I restored it I did get movieo studio Platinum 13.0 back. And the serial num starts with 1ST on the screen when it is opening. I'm sorry! When I went to reinstall it had a different number. I didn't know is was different when I wrote it down and that's the one I was referring to. If I can please still get your help, I clicked on the help button and it says contacts and index what's this keyboard shortcuts show me how welcome update user information then it's not lit up but it says enter your serial number Sony on the web and about movie studio Platinum. Thank you for your help and patience!!!!
From -where-can-i-download-vegas-pro-and-other-vegas-software--104782/ point 6: "A list of your orders from Sony Creative Software is still available at (only the list) and your serial numbers at . It is recommended that you take a copy of your serial numbers in case they are removed from that page. You can also search your emails for order confirmations from firstname.lastname@example.org which included serial numbers."
When the user opens Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 13, the dialog box appears asking for the registration. The user needs to get the serial number or activation code. This will help you run Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 13.
The serial number helps users to run Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 13 for over a week. If the user has purchased Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 13, then it will give an activation code at the time of the purchase. All you have to do is put the registered email address so that you can get an activation code on your email. This code is based on unique numbers. After registering to Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 13 it will automatically generate your activation code.
A significant number of reviews criticized the film for its depiction of violence: The Hollywood Reporter derided the film, writing: "Gruesome violence, in which throats are slashed and heads are split open in realistic detail, is the sum content of Friday the 13th, a sick and sickening low budget feature that is being released by Paramount. It's blatant exploitation of the lowest order." Michael Blowen of The Boston Globe similarly referred to the film as "nauseating," warning audiences: "Unless your idea of a good time is to watch a woman have her head split by an ax or a man stuck to a door with arrows, you should stay away from Friday the 13th. It's bad luck." The film's most vocal detractor was Gene Siskel, who in his review called Cunningham "one of the most despicable creatures ever to infest the movie business." He also published the address for Charles Bluhdorn, the chairman of the board of Gulf+Western, which owned Paramount, as well as Betsy Palmer's home city and encouraged fellow detractors to write to them and express their contempt for the film. Attempting to convince people not to see it, he even gave away the ending. Siskel and Roger Ebert spent an entire episode of their TV show berating the film (and other slasher films of the time) because they felt it would make audiences root for the killer. Leonard Maltin initially awarded the film one star, or 'BOMB', but later changed his mind and awarded the film a star and-a-half "simply because it's slightly better than Part 2" and called it a "gory, cardboard thriller...That younger viewers made it a box-office juggernaut is one more clue as to why SAT scores keep declining. Still, any movie that spawns this many sequels must have done something right".
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The next film licensed from Marvel Studios was Spider-Man by Columbia Pictures, directed by Sam Raimi and starring Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man. The film was released on May 3, 2002, grossing $403,706,375 in the United States and Canada and $821,708,551 worldwide. The early success of Spider-Man led the film's studio to issue a seven-figure advance for a sequel. Arad spoke of the deal, "Movies make sequels. Therefore, it's a big economic luxury to know that a movie's going to get a second and third. This is a business of precedence." According to a Lehman Brothers analysis, the Studios made only $62 million for the first 2 Spider-Man movies. Marvel was making more from half the consumer product licensing fees while making relatively little from the movie, but was enough for Marvel to regain its financial footings. In October 2002, Marvel Studios announced deals for Sub-Mariner and Prime with Universal Studios. 2b1af7f3a8