The trial version of the AVS Audio Editor software inserts a voice logo into audio files that you save with the program. When you play back the file, a voice says “AVS media demo” every few seconds. The only legal way to remove this voice logo from the program is by purchasing a license key from AVS. As of the time of publication, an unlimited license costs $59, while a one-year license costs $39. Each license is valid only for a single computer.
1. Launch AVS Audio Editor. Click the “Help” tab, then click the “Register” button. AVS Audio Editor opens a new window in your Web browser and directs it to the registration page.
2. Click “Unlimited” or “1 Year,” depending on which option you wish to purchase. Enter your personal information into the field on the page that opens, then click “Next.”
3. Click a payment method, then enter your payment information. Click “Make Payment” to purchase the license.
4. Open your email inbox. Open the email from AVS, then highlight the license key contained in the email. Press “Ctrl” and “C” simultaneously to copy the key.
5. Switch back to AVS Audio Editor. Click the “Activate” button. Click the text field in the box that pops up, then press “Ctrl” and “V” simultaneously to paste the license key into the box.
6. Click “OK” to register AVS Audio Editor. The program no longer inserts a voice logo into your sound files.