Although this is not the right web site, for anyone who comes to this thread from a search engine that is looking for help with registering AVS Video Editor, I thought I would tell you what happened to me.
I ordered the program and although they say you should get your registration code within 24 hours after ordering, it took 2 or 3 days to get my code. I copied and pasted my name and code exactly (no extra spaces or other screwups) and got a pop-up that said "Registration is Failed." I tried multiple times, but still got the same message.
After coming here through Google and visiting the link that deeann provided
in this thread (I couldn't find it at their web site), I found out that I should select the product name and enter my e-mail address here:http://www.avsmedia.com/support/registration.aspx
I got a new registration e-mail from them within seconds that had the same registration code, but this e-mail gave me a direct download link and told me to uninstall the version I had and install that one. After installing, I copied and pasted my registration info and it worked!
So if anyone has trouble registering, just click on the link below and get a new e-mail sent to you that has the direct download link in it, follow the instructions and everything should be fine:http://www.avsmedia.com/support/registration.aspx
While I'm on this subject, I thought I would say that I love AVS Video Editor because it's similar to Windows Movie Maker, but it can handle more file formats and we can overlay text and graphics. It also gives you more control over Brightness, BrightnessEx, Contrast, Temperature, Sharpness, and a lot more. Windows Movie Maker has a couple of features that I like a little more, but for the most part AVS Video Editor is better, and on top of everything, it's affordable. There is no way I can afford the hundreds of dollars that you have to pay for similar video editors.