Question about Pinnacle Studio Ultimate 15
I purchased the upgrade version of PS 15 HD - then upgraded again to PS Ultimate 15. After the activation key was entered a web page came up that said "oops there appears to have been an error". None of the links on this page will go anywhere. Upon closing that web page a message in the PS software said that the program had been upgraded and was now activated. I restarted the program (as a precaution)and noticed the splash screen still shows the earlier version of 15 and when I attempt to insert multiple menus I get an error message that I must upgrade to use more than one menu. If I go through the process of re-entering the activation key and "checking for updates" under the HELP menu, it will let me use 2 menu's until I close the software then it goes back to the old way again. Additionally, the main menu (Play Movie) stops at every chapter and returns to the secondary menu, which is a "Scene Selection" menu. The chapters are on the secondary menu with returns, not the primary, so I don't know what's causing this. I've re-done the menus and chapters several times and really need some advice. There are 25 chapters and the project runs about 1 hour and 20 minutes. I edited each chapter as an individual project and then rendered each out as an mpg file before adding them to my main project. Thanks for any advice.
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