I had the same problem, on both of my installs. CS Review (and the CS Live button) had a star on them, I'm assuming indicating that something is "new." I finally got the CS Review Home and Create New Review options to appear by doing the following:
- Use the Learn More option to go online to the CS Review subsite and sign in with your Adobe ID. Go to the CS Review main section.
- Back in Premiere, click the Sign In option at the top of the CS Live option list; sign in.
- Close Premiere.
- Restart Premiere. You should now have CS Review Home and Create New Review under the CS Review option, and there will be a new option under Window > Extension called CS Review. That's the actual review window.
If that doesn't work, sign out under the CS Live button, and then do steps 2 and 3 again. One computer did this right away, the other I had to do several times. I don't know why. All of this might not be necessary, but it made those new options appear for me.
Yes 5.0.2 is installed and working great. I should have stated I have 5.0.2 installed.
I have just tried uninstalling Flash, and and reinstalling to see if that would fix it. It Fixed it! Weid huh? I did not reinstall Premiere.
CS Review now working from within PremPro.
On a side note v5.0.2 is a GREAT update Will. A big thanks to you and the Premiere team.
A great tool. will there be an option to host content locally rather then on acrobat.com? I work for different movie studios and right now we've been using cinesync and skype for long distance collaboration however the video is stored locally on each users computer and the software syncs playback. The studios would never allow preproduction work to be uploaded to a third party server.