If you are asking whether this is something you
need to do before installing CS6, the answer is no.
CS5. CS5.5 and CS6 can all be installed
on the same system without conflict.
I can not speak to the compatibility of the CC7, June 17 release.
Thanks a lot for your answer. In fact, after installing CS6 I wondered if it would not be better to get rid of the previous versions. Now I feel at ease.
If you use long format (spanned) AVCHD video, you might want to keep CS5 or CS5.5 until Adobe fixes the bug
CS6 Bug with AVCHD http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1004369?tstart=0
--Page 9 has LOTS of talk about if/when there will be a fix
-and LOCK the media http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1077245
--Spanned clips into Media Encoder and re-encode them using Main Concept's AVCHD
I go back and forth between cs5 and 6 bec of the bug. They seem to use different file names for the cfa files -- cs 6 adds a digit at the end?--, so each one has to conform the same files separately. Is there any way of avoiding this -- i.e., once either 5 or 6 has conformed, the one file is good for both?
There are no user settings for CFA files.