You have a few options:
[*:jraz5f01]Integrate TurboActivate just in your installer.[/*:m:jraz5f01]
[*:jraz5f01]Just integrate TurboActivate in your AMS app.[/*:m:jraz5f01]
[*:jraz5f01]Integrate TurboActivate with your installer and your Autorun Media Studio (AMS) app[/*:m:jraz5f01][/list:o:jraz5f01]
Option 1 is the easiest. We have a tutorial and full example showing [url=http://wyday.com/limelm/help/using-turboactivate-with-inno-setup/:jraz5f01]how to use TurboActivate with Inno Setup (a free installer)[/url:jraz5f01].
Option 2 & 3 are a bit harder because you have to write the wrapper that will call TurboActivate. You will have to use the "[url=http://www.indigorose.com/webhelp/tu/Program_Reference/Actions/DLL.CallFunction.htm:jraz5f01]DLL.CallFunction(...)[/url:jraz5f01]" in your AMS app.
If I were you I'd integrate with your installer now (Inno Setup is recommended because it looks nice, it's free, and we already have a fully written example). Then, if you want we can help you integrate TurboActivate directly in your AMS app. We don't have any experience with AMS apps, but I'm sure we can figure it out.