I am using Premiere Pro CS6 via a Creative Cloud subscription and am having a problem. AAM (Adobe Application Manager) says that Premiere Pro needs updating to 6.0.1 but if I run Premiere Pro and check it's version, it says it already is 6.0.1 - so how would AAM fail to understand that PP is at 6.0.1 when PP knows that it is already there??
So guess the real question is what does AAM use to decide what version the different apps are at and then tell you which updates you need to install? And how might it have gotten confused?
And most of all, how to "un-confuse" AAM?
Please don't suggest uninstalling PP - because with CC and AAM, then you have to re-download the entire app once again from inside AAM - it doesn't keep the install media around after it has installed it, but insists on downloading the same version yet again, and taking another hour or two to get back to where it was the last time it downloaded the app.
I was having a similar issue.
I was getting a dialog, when exporting from Pr informing me that there was a codec update available for Pr, and that I should update via help. But the AAM kept telling me that everything was up to date.
I just tried to repeat the problem to respond to your post ... and it isn't happening anymore!
It may not be happening anymore because I opened Adobe Media Encoder CS6 outside of Pr this morning. That is all I have done outside my normal rutine since the last time I had the annoying dialog...
Kind of grabbing at straws.
it doesn't keep the install media around after it has installed it
Well that's no good. I had assumed the subscription service simply allows you to download whatever executables you want from the suite, to be run (or rerun, in this case) at your convenience.