5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 2, 2012 6:02 AM by Tramis

    Premiere Pro CS5 & CS6 features

    Tramis

      Hello all,

       

      Adobe did great job improving Premiere Pro. I'm using Premiere Pro since 1.5 version, so I'm not a newbie. I want to ask few questions

       

      1. I installed Master Collection CS6 Trial. As editor I really liked the Slider position. Why Adobe in CS6 put it at the bottom? Maybe in later versions, Adobe could make it customizable? Users could choose where to put it. Think about it.

      CS5 slider

      cs5_slider.jpg

      CS6 slider

      cs6_slider.jpg

       

      2. New sequence setting. Only few presets? Maybe with the next update, You will add more presets? Ofc I could them by myself, but c'mon...

      CS5 presets

      cs5_new.jpg

      CS6 presets

      cs6_new.jpg

       

      3. Exporting. Why Adobe removed MPEG2 from export? Many still uses MPEG2.

      CS5 Mpeg2

      cs5_export1.jpg

      cs5_export2.jpg

      CS6 no Mpeg2

      cs6_export.jpg

       

      For the conlusion, CS5 was the best version I worked with, it needed only stabilizer. But CS6 is really good version too, it just needs some minor fixes.

       

      I'll be looking for answers or ideas

      Peace.

        • 1. Re: Premiere Pro CS5 & CS6 features
          zikade Level 2

          AFAIK, the trial comes without MPEG2-codec due to licensing restrictions, meaning Adobe would have to pay fees for every trial someone is testing. I think they feel disinclined to do so and thats why you dont see any MPEG2 options for Sequence presets or export. The fully licensed PPro's sequence preset panel looks like that:

          Bildschirmfoto 2012-06-26 um 13.34.48.png

           

          And in AME:

          Bildschirmfoto 2012-06-26 um 13.35.27.png

           

          HTH...

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          • 2. Re: Premiere Pro CS5 & CS6 features
            the_wine_snob Level 9

            The trial versions did once have a limitation on all things MPEG, but as of CS5, IIRC, the ONLY limitation of the trial is 30-days - all other aspecsts/elements should be installed.

             

            If the OP is not seeing all Presets, then something is wrong with the installation. They should be.

             

            Good luck,

             

            Hunt

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            • 3. Re: Premiere Pro CS5 & CS6 features
              Jim_Simon Level 8

              1.  This is just the way it is now.  Better get used to it.

              2.  This is not normal.  The missing presets do come included, even with the trial.  Something got messed up with your installation.

              3.  Same as 2.

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              • 4. Re: Premiere Pro CS5 & CS6 features
                Kevin-Monahan Adobe Employee

                It's a licensing issue.

                 

                Try this:

                1. Deactivate Premiere Pro (Help > Deactivate).
                2. Reboot the system, and then launch Premiere Pro again. It likely won't launch as you deactivated it.
                3. Reboot machine once more.
                4. Open Premiere Pro.
                5. Reactivate Premiere Pro from the Help menu, and your serial number.
                6. Close Premiere Pro and then open it back up. 
                7. Check to see if the missing MPEG2 codec is there now.
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                • 5. Re: Premiere Pro CS5 & CS6 features
                  Tramis Level 1

                  Thank you all it really was licensing issue. You can now close this thread.