Pre Sales Questions CS4

I want to ask a pre-sales question on Premier CS4. How do I do that. I cant
see anything on the web, technical support only allows registered software.
Also, does the student version of the above include watermarks on the image output? I am a teacher and have as student son at unversity. What is the cheapest option for Premier CS4 WITHOUT watermarks
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The
education version does not watermark output.
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  • Pre-Sales Questions: RV220W & SRP 547W

    Hi,
    Couple of pre-sales questions if you don't mind:
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    Yes it supports all the functionality. For more detail you can see the below link
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  • Pre-sales Questions

    What is the best way to contact Apple and get answers to pre-sale questions? Sometimes these forums work well, other times there is no response. When there is a response, is there a way one can determine it the responder is a representative from Apple?
    Is there an 800 number that one can call for pre-sales questions? Unfortunately the closest AppleStore is 60 miles from my home.

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    Hi jbmth,
    Responses you get here are from other users that volunteer to share their Apple knowledge.
    The quality is probably the best possible, since every time something goes wrong in one's advice, someone else would quickly jump in and offer corrections/additions.
    Determine representatives from Apple:
    They have a white apple in front of their names. You won't see an answer from an Apple employee more than once or twice a year here really.
    This is most a user-to-user forum.
    What kind of info do you need?
    Generally speaking, speculation about new products is quite very unwelcome by Apple standards.
    Here in the Discussions, it is simply forbidden by the Terms of Use.
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  • Pre-sale questions?

    Hi,
    since it seems impossible to contact Adobe in any way to get information BEFORE
    buying a product...
    I need to know whether Premiere Elements 8 allows you to add subtitles to your
    movies?
    I mean REAL subtitles that the user can enable or disable. I'm not at all talking about
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    No, you can not add optional captioning to videos in Premiere Elements.
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  • A newbie pre-sales question

    I have hours of music on DAT tapes. Track numbers are already correct. Is it possible to record into Logic Express (or any program?) and have the tracks recognized? (My CD Recorder does that)
    Also, is it possible to record into Logic Ex from the direct digital input of the Mac without an audio interface box in between?
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  • Pre sales question about Mac Pro

    Yes, I know I should ask this to Apple's sales department, but I'd rather ask users of this computer first.
    I am aware that all MP come with the Intel Xeon 64-bit chip, but what I need to know is, does that mean I could run the 64-bit version of Windows Vista then too?
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  • Nokia N9 Pre-Sales Questions

    Hello
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    2: I am on T-Mobile. I believe the N9 supports the 1700/2100 spectrum, correct? I should get 3.5G right?
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    Adding my $ 0.02 as an N9 owner since February:
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  • Pre-sales question for IPOD (file extensions)

    I would like to buy my mother a IPOD Nano 2gb for her upcoming birthday, but have a quick question on the way it formats the files on my PC.
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    Do I HAVE to have Itunes or any other software on my pc in order to place .mp3's on the IPOD?
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  • Pre-Sales Question: Passport Deploy

    Hello, I work with a company that is considering transitioning to Passports. The current holdup is the 17MB size limitation for outbound messages (kb34189). Our team tends to e-mail 30-50MB at a time and needs to do so very quickly thus does not have to time to split into multiple messages.
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  • IPhone 6 and apple pay pre-sale question

    When will Apple Pay be rolled out to the UK?
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    On an iPhone can you only store MP3's or can you store and play other formats like wav and ogg vorbis?
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  • A few pre-sale questions about NSS322

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    Hi.
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    1.      Is it DLNA capable with wirelessly streaming content to, say, DLNA enabled devises such as TVs, BD players (PS3), etc?
    2.      Does it accept 3TB drives and the 7200rpm drives? And in this regard, would a 2TB WD Black series drives be sufficient for it to operate a solid Raid 1?
    3.      Could it be wirelessly shared with several computers when used with a CISCO 4200 router primarily for storing downloaded files directly to the NAS without storing it to a local PC's HDD first?
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    Hi Chris,
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    1. Is there a list of video/audio file formats that it is capable of streaming/transcoding? I assume the actual media server software is not WMP12, and then what is it? And I know you posted the link to the data sheet, but it gives me: Forbidden File or Application
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    • Supports formats: video (asf, flv, f1v, f4v, mp4, mpeg), audio (mp3, wave), picture (bmp, gif, jpg, png)
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    I do not have any "official" word on this. I am sure that we will see official 3TB support in the near future. As I stated earlier, 3TB drives may work on the current firmware even though they are not on the approved list yet.
    3. Can this NAS warn me in case of a drive failure (reallocated sectors, etc) with SMART warning that can be detected with diagnostic software on PC? I mean is it capable of detecting those warning and alarm me, or will it just wait until the drive finally dies and can not be accessed?
    Absolutely! The NSS 300 series can be configured to send email alerts whenever there is an "event". It also has syslog support: "You can enable this option to save the event logs and connection logs to a remote syslog server." (From the GUI) It can also act as a syslog server if you wish so your other network devices can send their logs to the NAS for future use.
    4. Here comes the deal-breaker What I meant is there are several variations of color even here at cisco.comone is really dark - http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/ps4159/ps9954/ps10817/ps10853/NSS322-200x160.jpgand the other image shows it rather light http://www.cisco.com/cisco/web/solutions/small_business/products/storage/nss300/images/NSS-300-hero-705x180.jpgand of course there are other websites that have it even whiter (and kinda ugly if you ask me)! http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822124005Do you know if color changed to a darker shade with newer revisions (like shown on cisco.com)?
    I see your point and I certainly understand the confusion. Your second link is the most accurate depiction of the color. The surface is metal so you could send it to any body shop for some sandblasting and a fresh new coat of paint. Warning: Sandblasting and/or painting your NAS will void the warranty!

  • I have a few pre-sales questions.  Can you help?

    Here are some things I need answers to before I decide to buy a Nano.
    1. Can this be used as a storage device for documents? I would like to transfer data between work and home computers easily.
    2. If I'm listening to a podcast and need to stop, is it easy to setup a bookmark so I can resume later? I know that it remembers where you are when you turn it off, but what if I want to stop a podcast and go listen to a song? How can I easily resume the podcast?
    3. Many of my podcasts are just a few minutes long and I need an easy way to delete them when I'm done as I drive down the freeway at 70+ MPH. Is it easy to delete a podcast or song while driving?
    4. I see that it syncs the "To Do" list that I have on iCal. Can I add a "to do" with my Nano? Or do I need to wait until I am home on my computer to do this and sync it over?
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    1).Someone already mentioned this but your number one is incorrect. Your nano can be used as an external disk up to the available capacity on it as long as you have it set in disk mode. You won't be able to view items on it directly that you store in such manner but you will be able to use it to store and move data.
    2). You're correct about the video podcasts but the original poster mentioned nothing about video podcasts so that was an irrelevant note.
    3). This is only part true....if you use your iPod in autosync mode. If you are a manual mode user you do not have to delete things off of your iTunes in order to delete it from your iPod. You can delete whatever you want from your iPod and have it remain in your iTunes untouched. You do have to do so with it connected to iTunes of course, but other than that your iTunes can keep everything in it that you put without affecting what you take off of your iPod.
    And your sidenote...ABSOLUTELY CORRECT! Just the mention of 70mph and messing with the iPod disturbed me lol.

  • Pre Sales Question Unlimited Subscription Plan

    I'm from India and I would like to buy Unlimited Subscription Plan for India.
    Please clarify on this points:-
    1. Can I call to any number (including mobile) to all the Indian numbers.
    2. Is there any government policy which doesn't allows Indian to use Skype for calling Indian numbers.
    3. Unlimited Indian calls cost $19.99 per month, is there any Fair Usage Policy of how many hours a day I can call.
    4. Can I use my android phone to access skype and call from my mobile.
    Please clarify on these points before I go with the purchase of subscription.
    Thanks,
    Sandeepan

    I haven't been following Creative so I can't say what their standard MO is, but I am huge believer in keeping people informed. If you said you were going to do X by Y and you can't, then be up front about it. Say, We have slipped by 2 months or we hit problems which we are still trying to find the solution.
    I work in software development and I know that annoucing slip-dates is a huge thing that has PR implications and it all comes down to exactly how you say it, but there should be a middle groud where you can keep your cusomters (and potential) customers informed. Now that Nov has pretty much come and gone, I think most of know they slipped so just let us know what your future plans are. I don't mind buying the device if I knew for sure they would release a firmware in the next couple of months, but I don't feel comfortable doint it now since it has come and gone with no update.
    As for devices, I think there are a few. The ones you mentioned plus or 2 from iRi'ver. The interesting fact is that Creative's Portable Media Center supports it so they have first hand experience implementing it. That's not to say there might not be unforseen problems trying to implement it into an existing device.
    Anywya, we don't need to beat a deadhorse, I was just really excited to discover the Zen Touch as it had everything I was looking for at the perfect price, but the Janus stuff is pretty much a deal-breaker for me.
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  • Pre-sales question (connecting iPod to vehicle)

    In 2002, I bought a refurbished first-generation 5-gigabyte hard-drive iPod. It still plays, but I'm concerned about the longevity of the battery. I would also like to carry something more compact, so I'm thinking about an iPod Nano.
    I just bought a used 2001 Chevy Astro LS AWD minivan from the U.S. gov't auction. It was a deal, and it has nice features and appointments. I am concerned about how I would connect my current iPod to the van's stereo-radio, as the Astro has no tape deck. (I have been using a cassette deck adaptor to plug my current iPod into car stereos since '02.)
    Are there kits available on the market for connecting an iPod Nano to a van like this, and keeping the Nano charged as well?

    Hi Xanadi,
    If your sound system has an "AUX IN" port on it then you can connect the iPod directly to it using an audio cable (same size as the headphones). This gives the best sound quality, I've found.
    If it doesn't then you may be stuck with an iTrip, or (if your new car has a tape deck), you can use the casette adaptor.
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