Hmm, this is a very new issue and it is unlikely we users will have an answer.
Please contact Adobe directly, they will be able to help you, then post back here what the resolution was so that we can help others that experience the same problem.
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You could format your hard drive and re install.
I had this problem recently. I had Premiere CS4 only, and upgraded to Production Premium CS4, and kept getting the "Adobe Dynamic Link Requires Adobe Production Premium" error message. I had first uninstalled Premiere Pro before doing the Production Premium upgrade. I found suggestions to uninstall Production Premium, run the Adobe WinCS4CleanupScript and then re-install Production. I did that, but still received the same error message when linking from Premiere to AE.
I created a Case on Adobe Technical Support, and the solution was to just go into Premiere and Deactivate (with the "Erase my Serial Number from this Computer" checkbox selected). Then reboot and go back into Premiere, which prompted me to re-register the Production Premium product. Bam! That was it...
Hope this helps someone else...
Many thanks Keephowlin.
After upgrading my stand-a-lone copy of Prem Pro CS4, I purchased an upgrade version of Production Premium from Adobe (at great expense!!). After some initial issues getting Production Premium to recognise I had an eligble version of Prem Pro I got things up and running (with the help of Adobe Tech Support). To help others, I'll post a separate thread about this later.
Apart from a couple of corrupted dll files (which I have replaced) everything was working fine except that I got the error message when I tried to import an .aep file or went directly to the Dynamic Link menu:
"Adobe Dynamic Link requires Adobe Production Premium"
I followed your solution and FIXED! I can now use the Dynamic Link feature AND import an After Effect .aep file
I am also wondering whether my earlier installation issues at Production Premium failing to validate my Prem Pro was due to the fact I should have de-activated my Prem Pro serial number first.
no need to reboot the computer. just deactivate and restart premiere pro . it was occuring in cs5 in my case.
how do you deactivate?
Unless it has been moved, Help>Transfer Activation>Deactivate.
click on help and then click on deactivate.
Hello, I encounter the same problem with Master Collection and when I go to help, the deactive button is gray, I can't press it.
Can't help specifically with your issue... but my reply to this was a while back. Since then, and after upgrading to CS5.5 et al and now running on a clean install to SSDs with a number of reinstalls for other reasons:
I still get the After Effects-Prem Pro "Adobe Dynamic Link Requires Adobe Production Premium" issue cropping up occasionally. Solution for me is to close the AE project and reopen the project. Go back to Prem Pro and "undo" the previous action and then to "Replace With AE Composition" again. Works everytime for me.
Clearly the relationship in the DynamicLinks thingy with AE and Prem Pro is not consistent. As in past posts, I trust Adobe will finally nail this in CS6 - if not why not?