Were you able to install a Chinese language pack to Premiere Elements 10 before the upgrade to Windows 10 assumed 64 bit?
Can you install a Chinese language pack to Windows 10 64 bit and have it work for everything but your Premiere Elements 10?
You ask a highly specialized question, and I am not sure how many here in this Premiere Elements user to user forum would have the information that you seek, see your post, and respond.
Let us see.
I figured out a solution, just got to change it to a Chinese font, most of the fonts doesn't have a full set of Chinese characters.
Wonderful news that you resolved your own issue regarding installing a Chinese language pack to Premiere Elements 10.
Details of Premiere Elements and foreign language packs do not typically get posted here. I have seen the Adobe article on changing language of displayed text for Creative Cloud applications. Change the language setting of your Creative Cloud apps
Since Premiere Elements is not part of the Creative Cloud applications group, I thought that the only way to change the language of the text in Premiere Elements was to uninstall the program and then reinstall it in the language of preference if the language of preference was available. How is what you are doing related to that? And, does that not work for you to supply you with the Chinese fonts that you need?
If you have the time, could you give us a brief overview of the matter. If your time does not permit, we understand.
Unfortunately, the default installing language only have English, French, Spanish, and Japanese. So I still have the language on English but just chose to use a Chinese font when needed, I'm pretty sure they've included fonts for most languages.
So basically, a font like times new roman or arial would work fine for english but might not be able to interpret characters from other languages, so it is represented with a box. Thus switching the fonts to the ones made for the specific language would solve the problem. However the system language overall is still the one which is installed with (which shouldn't be that much of a problem).
Thanks for the follow up.
You appear to be OK with your language arrangement for Premiere Elements, but I offer the following information "just in case" you ever need it...
I also ran into the situation with 4 default languages to select from tor Premiere Elements. I found a wider range of choices if...
a. Uninstalled Premiere Elements
b. Reinstalled tryout and inserted my purchased serial number, using tryout files from
The choices for program language include