Hi, I've downloaded the trial version Premiere Pro CS6 but it seems to be missing many sequence presets. Can someone enlighten me as to the situation in this regard?.
This occurs because some codecs need to be loaded by the application separately. This doesn't normally require any user intervention, but sometimes the codecs don't get loaded at first.
Start by trying this:
Start Premiere Pro. Create a new project and new sequence. Close Premiere Pro. Restart.
Do the additional codecs and sequence presets appear now?
Having the same problem. I tried your suggestion "Start Premiere Pro. Create a new project and new sequence. Close Premiere Pro. Restart." Nothing happend. Tried a reinstall, but still only a few presets. Any other suggestions? Thanks.
I am also having this problem. I tried creating a new project and sequence and restarting, but that did not work. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling and that did not work either. Any other suggestions?
1. 7-zip archive with all content we need
2. Small exe used to extract the first file
Second file is not required if you have program able to extract 7-zip files (WinRAR for example).
There is also one more file which is functional content for Premiere and Encore, which is optional.
>what you mean by both parts?
As has been discussed in other messages, the Premiere Pro (and bundled Encore) download is in two parts
Part 1 contains both programs
Part 2 contains the extra "content" such as menu templates for Encore
@John T Smith - Can you clarify what you are talking about? Just like npoz1, I downloaded via Adobe Download Manager; there were no "part1 and part2", it downloads a folder called "Adobe Premeire Pro CS6", in it is a folder "Adobe CS6" and "pr_disc_icons.ico", and in the Adobe CS6 there are "deploy" "packages" "payloads" "resources" folders and "Set-up.exe".
I've tried unistall/reinstall, the creating a project/sequence then restarting, to no avail. I also read in an Adobe help that CS5 and above should have all preset options available in the trial edition, but I do not have AVCHD in the preset menus (and am having issues with CS6 as trying to load an AVCHD file does not import the the sound file, even with deleting .xmp and renaming the files to .m2ts; files play sound in windows media player). Got a fresh PC build, was looking to purchase CS6 Cloud for it, but at this point not getting AVCHD to work is killing it and may stick with CS4.
I forgot to mention I am on a mac. Can someone send me a link to the 2nd part - the extra content? I've been scouring Adobe's site and can't seem to find an official link anywhere. This also doesn't show up in the Adobe Download Manager.
Well I managed to get it working on my PC (windows), I ended up deleting my user account and creating a new one, redownloading (still no part1 part2 business going on) and reinstalling; it may have been the PC wasn't hooked up to the network (this PC is off of our domain) so it couldn't verify I guess (even though I did connect later and verified), but I connected it at install and got it working. The next issue was the AVCHD clip was very jumpy working with, but I found out if you leave the preview on "full" and not 1/2 or 1/4 it works much better. So, all seems to be working well with the trial now, actually liking the source monitor runs well with full mode.
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