The Premiere Elements Content from version to version (version 4 and later) are essentially the same, so I am not clear on what you
are trying to accomplish by using Content from other than your Premiere Elements 9.0/9.0.1.
Clearly Content for Premiere Elements 9.0/9.0.1 appears to be available from Adobe
The downloads from that link are for versions 7, 8, 9, and 10.
Content for Premiere Elements 11 is available ONLY from download from within the appropriate sector of the program.
Please let us know if you have been using the link above to get your Premiere Elements 9.0/9.0.1 Content and have not
seen the option to do so there.
We will be watching for your follow up.
Thank you. That link worked.
Reason for post: I'm an administrator at a school district and do not actually use this software. When Premiere opens it asks users the first time they use it something like "Would you like to download Pre Elements Content?". When we click yes it takes us to the version 10 download with no other options.
That was kindof my next question. Do you have links to documentation on how to create our own content disk? The current one is 4GB. That's a bit much. Also is the only way to install it by clicking on the exe or could we copy the folder contents to each machine without the exe? Which leads to my next question, does the content need to be on the local machine? Could it be on a network drive?
I have written a blog post on Premiere Elements 11 Content and include in it a how to for making a Content disc or Content USB Flash Drive. I used a USB 2 Flash Drive 8 GB.
Your main targets in Premiere Elements 9.0/9.0.1 Windows are going to be in Program Files (x86) and those Presets, DVD Templates, Clip Arts, Movie Themes Folders.
I do not have knowledge on how your type of setup is established and the permissions involved from computer to computer and/or from master computer to student computers.
I am not sure about the ins and outs of adapting this for a school multi computer setup, especially with network drives involved. Let me think about this. I will get together my thoughts on this before midnight.
What are the permissions setups in cases such as yours. Does each student have access to program files (x86)