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Magix Video Easy 3 via PCA disc


Yimbo
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Am I correct that this program issued with the Sept PCA DVD disc involves an upfront payment of almost £40.00 - - so no free trial etc? Amazon seems to have it for £10.99. If the above is the position, then, PCA, what's the point of your "offer"?

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Lazarus The 2nd

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Amazon seems to have it for £10.99: That's for the 2010 standard version. Click here

The HD 2010 Version is £29.46 Click here

The Latest version is MAGIX Video easy 3 HD @ £39.99 Click here

The Sept PCA DVD has MAGIX Video easy 3 SE - Special Edition (a sort of trial version, It's a Full version, even though it's a slightly Cut down version).

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Yimbo

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Thanks for the clarifications, Lazarus The 2nd! But is the PCA offer version free - or very nearly £40.00? The PDF on the disc for the product takes me to a Magix invoice for this payment - or am I missing something?

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buteman

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Pop an E-mail to the FE and he will get the problem solved for you.

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Yimbo

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Thanks Buteman - - I've done as you suggested! Just have to wait and see!

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Software Editor

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Hello

To clarify:MAGIX Video Easy SE (Special Edition) is a free version worth £10

Please follow the on screen instructions presented on the DVD pdf interface to install the software:

Go to My Computer. Right-click the DVD icon, and open the disc. Select Files 206\MAGIX Video easy 3 SE and open the install file

The 'red' button on the disc interface is an upgrade option to purchase the full version of the software.

Kind regards, Software Editor

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