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I have an important question. I work on Premiere Pro and I love this software (free version). Now, I need to create 3 very short videos for my portfolio, where they will be posted on a website for everyone to watch. These videos will be a commercial for my services and will most probably provide me with clients. So it kind of work as a commercialised video.
So: what if I buy a Premiere Pro subscription, then make these 3 short videos legally and then cancel my subscription within 14 days to get a refund? Technically, is it legal? What will happen to these 3 vidoes (from which I will not earn money)?
Thank You in advance.
...even with a free trial.
1.5 Ownership. You (as a Business or an individual, as applicable) retain all rights and ownership of your Content. We do not claim any ownership rights to your Content.
What John and Peru Bob said is correct about the video. However, if you use Adobe Portfolio as your website, it will stop working when you cancel your Creative Cloud subscription.
Thank You for the reply.
So, technically, I can buy the subscription, make three videos and cancel it within 14 days to get a refund?
Because, as far as I know, you mustn't do portfolio videos with a free trial Premiere Pro, is that right?
No. Portfolio is an online website platform that's included free with your Creative Cloud plan. When you cancel Creative Cloud, your Portfolio website goes goes away. So while the videos may still work locally, nobody will be able to see them online. Does that make more sense now?
That said, a free trial is for serious customers only to try before they buy. IMO, if you have no real intention of keeping your year-long commitment to Creative Cloud, using it for actual projects is dishonest. Better to use other software instead: iMovie, Avid, FinalCut Pro, Cyberlink Power Director, Pinncacle Studio, Corel VideoStudio, etc...