How To Register Cool Edit Pro 2.1
CompatibilityDoes ClickFix work with Audition CS5.5 and later?Adobe Audition includes a Click/Pop Eliminator. Why should I use ClickFix instead?Which versions of Adobe Audition work with ClickFix?Does ClickFix work with Cool Edit96?Does ClickFix work with Cool Edit 2000?Does ClickFix work with Cool Edit Pro 2.0 and 2.1?Can I use ClickFixif I already have other plug-ins installed?Does ClickFix run under Linux with Wine?RegistrationWhy should I register?I am a registered user of an earlier release of ClickFix. Do I have to register again?
How To Register Cool Edit Pro 2.1
You can use ClickFix (full version) for as long as you wish before registering. However, until you register, you are limited to processing up to 30 minutes of signal per Adobe Audition or Cool Edit session, and you can use Force Fix up to 30 times per Adobe Audition or Cool Edit session. When you register, you will receive a Password (as an email attachment) to "unlock" the software. This will remove the limits, and allow you to use the software indefinitely. Your registration will be effective for all future releases of ClickFix (full version), so there are no costs to upgrade.
Like its predecessors, CEP 2.0 is available on a 'try before you buy' basis, as an Internet download (a mere 19.3MB!). This demo program works completely normally for 21 days with everything functioning as expected apart from a couple of audio file format import/export filters, which time out after a minute or so. If you like the look and feel of CEP 2.0 it can be purchased over the web, whereupon the restrictions are lifted and the files unlocked. For those who like to collect colourful packaging, a full boxed version with CD and manual is also available (albeit at a higher cost), as are upgrades for registered users of the previous versions of CEP 1.x and Cool Edit 2000.
A function missing from the original version but always high on Syntrillium's wish list was the ability to 'rip' material from audio CDs and to burn CD-Rs with accurately placed PQ flag (track) markers. CEP 2.0 now contains integral CD-ripping facilities, allowing individual CDA-format files to be opened into the multitrack or edit windows directly or via a new 'Extract Audio from CD' file menu. The CD-burning function is implemented as a plug-in (currently still in beta form and available from the web site) which appears as a button in the Edit window when installed. This allows individual tracks to be selected and dumped into a file in much the same way as most bundled CD-writing software such as Nero and Easy CD Creator. This seems a crude approach to me, and I would have preferred markers to be placed in reference to the session timeline (ideally in the multitrack window), which is the way high-end platforms such as SADiE do it.
ClickFix requires Adobe Audition (version 1.0 through 3.0) from Adobe Systems, Inc, or a registered copy of Cool Edit 2000 (version 1.0 or later) or Cool Edit Pro (version 1.2 or later) from Syntrillium Software Corporation. It has the same system requirements as Adobe Audition and Cool Edit. At least 640x480 screen resolution is required. If you can run Adobe Audition or Cool Edit, and have at least 2 Mbytes of free disk space, you can install and run ClickFix.
I need to know how to compress my vocals. I hear that will cure my problem with certain parts of my vocals being too low and when I do amplify these parts it still isn't exact I need to compress them all to equal how do I do this using cool edit pro 2.0? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks for taking your time to read this!
I think you're probably referring to your computers resident built-in SoundBlaster type card which I find better controlled under Microsoft Windows own mixer applets. I don't much like those cheap sound cards own mixer/router programs. The cool thing is that the Microsoft mixer and the cheap sound cards mixer work in tandem! So if you move the fader up and down in the Microsoft mixer and you have the cheap sound cards mixer also open on your desktop, you will in all likelihood see 2 fader's move when you move only one! Pretty cool, eh?
I amnot sure if this is an appropriate place to ask, but I have a registered version of CoolEditPro 2.1 and a registration serial number but I have no longer got the cep2reg.exe file. Does anyone have a copy or could it perhaps be put on the Dropbox site?
I wonder if anyone here can advise me? I have a registered copy of CE2000 which I have had since the year 2000 and have installed successfully on many pcs with most versions of Windows since then. I recently replacced my studio pc with a 2nd user Acer desktop purchased with a Windows 10 Pro licence which I activated. When I installed CoolEdit 2000, it all proceeded normally with no error messages or warnings.However, when I attempted the first run prior to registering, a message box told me that the program was not correctly installed on this machine and advised me to run the set-up again. I have tried this an d got no further. I even ran the C2Kreg program and registered the installation but still it won't start. It gets as far as briefly showing the Splash screen and then reverts to the same errror message. The version of Windows 10 pro is 2004. I also have an Acer swift laptop running Windows 10 Home version 1903, so I tried installing CE2000 on that and had no problem at all. It loaded, accepted registration and runs perfectly.
The fact that the error only appears after the programs, in both cases, have begun to open, suggests that there is a problem with a setting or a file that is checked at a late stage during the startup but I am unable to discover anything further. I could just accept the Cool Edit Pro installation but I actually prefer CE2000 for the work that I do ( mainly transfers from tape and vinyl with some minor editing and noise reduction) and I have become familiar with it. Any suggestions or advice would be appreciated. Thank-you
I had a similar problem, the only thing different than what you posted is that my error is, After I register it , and it works, tells me it was successful . I try to record and it still gives the dings like in the demo mode. I can't get it to stop.
I hope there is someone who can help me. I purchased mine in 2002 I bought the Cool Edit pro bundle. I have the Cool Edit 2000 and The Cool Edit Plug n Play Pro 2000. I tried un-installing and re-installing and registering several times but it still won't get out of dinging mode......I love my Cool Edit. I sure hope there is someone out there who know's how to fix this.
I have a purchased Cool Edit 2000 and Cool Edit Plug-Play Pro. I installed it on my new Dell Laptop with windows 10, And I put in my purchase code, it works and it opens. But when I try to record anything it still works as a Demo with dings. And I know I put it in correctly, cause it tells me it did, that I succeded and need to run once for it to take . But it still won't get out of demo mode. Can anyone help me. I have the ce2reg.exe to register it. That works fine except the purchased version won't get out of demo mode. PLEASE HELP. I've done this for severl years and different pc' and it has always worked. I bought this in 2002 and never had a problem before. I love this software and feel lost without it. I hope someone out there knows how to trouble shoot this problem.