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Why would you try that if you have the full version? I suggest you contact Adobe.
? Obviously i dont have the full version.
> Has anyone bothered to do a useability test on this process??
No, because of the reason I gave above.
Harm, you make absolutely no sense whatsoever.
And as for contacting Adobe, ive tried 3 times in 11 days and gotten no response.... which is why Im here.
Sorry you are so daft. Can't help you.
>My primary concern is exported file size. I want to see how Premier Pro rates in this regard.
The size of exported file size is simply a function of the duration of your video multiplied by the number of bits per second the selected compression uses. The outcome will be the same with every application you would use.
These documents may help you with your download problems:
b Akamai Download Manager system requirements
b Web browser download help
b Akamai Download Manager FAQ
Harm, perhaps if you weren't so cute with your replies they would be more widely understood.
Thanks for the links. None of those procedures actually worked but they did trigger a thought. Try a different web browser. (I only had IE7)
I downloaded the lastest version of Firefox and tried the process with that and am at this moment downloading the trial version. So thanks.
go to your internet options and disable java and java script. then you can use normal download manager. if you cant figure out how to do that in internet explorer use firefox. thats the browser i used. the adobe download manager is a hasel if you ask me. mine did not work right. where do you get it no idea.
I downloaded the trial version yesterday. I had to download the download manager from the same page by just following the prompts. It works.
Mr. Duane, thanks that solved my problem (same issue). In Mac OS X 10.5.1 with firefox 220.127.116.11 you go to firefox, prefs, content and untick the two aforementioned boxes.
Harm, what on earth are you on about?