No, the full-paid version has a whole compliment of Menus, Themes, Titles, etc. If you install via a download, be sure to get both the core program download, and then the Functional Content download. The files' names are very similar, but you will want both. You must install the program first, and then can install the Functional Content.
When you download the entire content pack, you should find over 60 DVD and BluRay templates -- plus a few more that are available once you sign up for Photoshop.com (free -- though even more are available if you sign up for a Plus membership).
What exactly is the "Full Content Pack"? I downloaded PE 9 and got two files:
PremiereElements_9_LS15.exe ~1.2 GB (big!)
PremiereElements_9_LS15.7z ~1.1 MB (small)
I ran the first one and it unzipped a bunch of files to a "PRE 9" folder. Then I found "setup.exe" in that folder and ran it. PE 9 (Trial) installed itself. That's all I've got. On Windows Vista.
Additional Content links (Windows & Mac) can be found on "Download content for Adobe Premiere Elements".
Alternatively you can download the complete content file for Windows (4.93GB) directly from AllContent1_Data. and AllContent1_Installer. NB: These links work in both Firefox and Internet Explorer, but not in the download managers I've tried.
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