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Here is a set of instructions on how to activate your poduct, using the information you posted (by the way you need to do this ASAP, if someone else reads this post they could use this information to activate your copy on their computer).
If you have already installed on another PC and trying to install it on another you will need to first deactivate it on the other PC buy opening Illustator Help > Deactivate . If you still running into issues please call 1-
ON what particular mode did you used? Is that a timeline or the story board? I suggest to you if you used story board switched it to timeline for you to allowing you to put chapter to your movies clips. By the way here is the procedure on how to. http://avid.custkb.com/avid/app/selfservice/search.jsp?DocId=214183&Hilite=menu
Hi! You can use the mesh on any shape. First you make your circle with the shape tool and then get your mesh tool and click inside the shape. Each time you click it will add more lines to the mesh. Then you can use your direct select tool (the white arrow) to select each point and change the color. The point's color is bounded by the lines around it so you can also use the direct select tool to move points around or change the shape of lines by moving the "handles" you see when you click on a point.
Once you start playing with mesh it can be very fun!
Basically, in Photoshop use the Magic Wand (press W to select it) to select the unneeded bckground parts and delete them or, more professionally, use the lasso tool (press L) to thoroughly select the objects, then copy them (Ctrl-C) and paste them in the other picture (Ctrl-V).
While selecting with any selection tool, use Shift to add to the existing selection and Alt to subtract from it.