I notice when I want to create an instant movie, I have a number of templates I can use. There are extra ones I can access if I am a Plus Member. The problem is the form they want you to fill out to become a plus member is the same form that Photoshop uses because the two programs share the same one organizer. The data storage for Photoshop has been closed and replaced with Revere. I can understand that, its all about the move toward cloud storage. My problem is that when Photoshop closed they closed the form I needed to become a Plus Member. The clips that a plus member can use are labeled with a gold ribbon on the upper right side. This ribbon indicates that your computer needs to download the template to work in your instant movie. I have found one partial solution to the problem at web site http://www.adobe.com/special/premiereel/downloads/ this page has all the downloads for Adobe Premiere Elements 10. The gold ribbon on my display has now turned to blue, when I click on it I get sent back to the Photoshop sign on screen for Plus members that dosent work because it is closed. I think my program dose not have a link to the new downloaded software, that is my guess, however I do not know how to fix this, the downloaded software appears to be compressed and once I open that, I have about 500 files of data that I have no idea what to do with. What a FUBAR, anyone got any suggestions? Thanks, Moonpie.
You can get all or most of those Plus Members Only Templates "free" by upgrading to Premiere Elements 11. As far as I can tell, most if not all the Plus Members Only Templates are now found in Premiere Elements 11 as part of the available to all Content.
Premiere Elements 11 Content is another story. No more Content disc for those who opt to purchase Premiere Elements 11 in Adobe packaging. Now all need to download Content if it is wanted. For Premiere Elements 11, you download the Content from within the opened project and files essential to the asset are automatically placed in their Premiere Elements 11 home on the computer hard drive.
With this switch from photoshop.com to Revel, I suspect the fate of that Plus Members Only Content may be sealed with photoshop.com exits. I have not seen Adobe Revel jumping in with Revel Members Only Content and I suspect not.
That is my take on the situation. I have no insider information to offer, just observations.
You are correct that Adobe has shuttered Photoshop.com, and its features are either no longer available or have been moved elsewhere.
You may want to contact Adobe about any refund you feel you are due.