I have downloaded/installed Premiere Elements 10 and "All Contents". When I open Premiere Elements 10, it says "A reduced set of content has been installed. You can install the full content by inserting your Content DVD or downloading it. Do you want to install it now?" Does anyone know how I can get Premiere Elements 10 to recognize the "All Content" information that I have already downloaded/installed?
Bill - I appreciate the threads. Have done all of this (several times), but tired it again. I've also totally uninstalled/reinstalled all Premiere Elements 10 with no luck. I'm working on some graduation videos, so will use the basics and get back to tackling this again once I have more time.
Appreciate the help and support.
Sorry that none of those threads helped. As at least one discussed the folder, into which the Additional Functional Content installed, I had hoped that by Copying the folder contents to another location, might help you.
Do you find that Additionnal Functional Content on your system? Most of the files are PSD's for Menu Sets (with some PNG's thrown in, to view those PSD's in the Create Menu Panel), and then PRTL's (PrE Title Template files), I would think that just having those located in the correct folder (where PrE will look for them), would be helpful, but maybe not. There are also some Instant Movies/Themes, but I do not recall their file formats. [Edit] They are .mvth, and there are several other file formats, such as PNG, MPEG, MP3, and maybe even FLV's, in the folder.
Good luck, and wish that I had more to offer.
Message was edited by: Bill Hunt
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