8 Replies Latest reply on May 15, 2013 7:31 AM by stevedross

    Text and Title Templates


      We have 11 computers with Premiere Elements 11 and don't have the luxury of downloading from the website on all of the computers. Is it possible to download all of the Text and Title Templates to one location and then install them on these computers. Even if I have to go to each one and do it manually.





        • 1. Re: Text and Title Templates
          Steve Grisetti Mythic

          This would be a great question for Adobe Tech Support.


          However, you should be able to just download to one machine and then copy that template to each of the computers.


          Where these files are stored depends on which operating system your computers are running.

          • 2. Re: Text and Title Templates
            A.T. Romano Mythic



            Please consider this approach...


            For one computer with Premiere Elements 11 Windows, from the appropriate tabs (Tools/Movie Menu; Titles & Templates; Graphics....) in the Expert view workspace, download for those thumbnails with the blue band at the top right corner of the thumbnails.



            Local Disc C

            Program Data


            Premiere Elements



            and then make a copy of the Online Folder now complete with assets (expected Folder Size about 5 to 6 GB) and transfer that Online Folder to a USB Flash Drive.


            Go to each of your other computers and replace its Premiere Elements 11 Online Folder (see route above) with the one on the USB Flash Drive.


            Please review the plan and let us know if that worked for you.





            • 3. Re: Text and Title Templates
              stevedross Newcomer

              We're using Windows 7 Professional. I cannot locate the Online Folder. Where else might it be?

              • 4. Re: Text and Title Templates
                A.T. Romano Mythic



                Are you working in Windows 7 Professional 64 bit using the Folder Option "Show Hidden Files, Folders, and Drives" selected.


                If not, type in Folder Option in the Search above Start. Folder Options/View Tab/ and scroll through list of options until you get to "Show Hidden Files, Folders, and Drivers".


                I have Windows 7 Professional SP1 64 bit, so I know it is there. I just re-checked what I wrote above to confirm path posted. It is correct. Are you selecting Program Data, and not Program Files or Program Files (x86)?


                I will be watching for further developments.





                • 5. Re: Text and Title Templates
                  Steve Grisetti Mythic

                  On Windows 7, this folder is in PROGRAM DATA/ADOBE/PREMIERE ELEMENTS/11.0.


                  If you can not see the PROGRAM DATA directory, you'll need to go into your computer's preferences and select the option to Show Hidden Files.

                  • 6. Re: Text and Title Templates
                    A.T. Romano Mythic



                    Thanks for confirming my post #4.


                    As you always say, good information does not hurt being repeated.


                    Just wanted to point out that stevedross was already given detailed information by me on what you just wrote. Please refer to my post numbered 4. We were waiting for his follow up.



                    • 7. Re: Text and Title Templates
                      Steve Grisetti Mythic

                      Sorry, Tony. But with so many people rushing in to help every poster, some redundancy and miscommunication is inevitable. Just know that it's always with the best intentions.

                      • 8. Re: Text and Title Templates
                        stevedross Newcomer

                        I knew that. I just needed to shave my unibrow


                        The one thing Avid had going for it was its excellent user forum. I can see that this forum is proving to be

                        just as good.


                        thanks for the help everyone!