I am having an unusual problem with my new Production Premium suite.
I previously had After Effects CS5 and the month-to-month Premiere Pro CS5.5. When I tried to use Adobe Dynamic Link to bring After Effects compositions into Premiere Pro, I'd get a message saying that feature is only possible with the Production Premium and Master Collection suites.
I have since purchased the Production Premium suite. I have uninstalled the earlier instance of Premiere Pro, leaving only the Production Premium one.
If I wanted to import Premiere Pro sequences into After Effects with the Dynamic Link menu, it will let me. I don't, though -- I want to import my After Effects compositions into Premiere Pro. However when I try to do that, I get the same error message I used to about how I need one of those two suites, even though I am now using one of them.
Anyone have this problem or know a fix?
You were close, though Cleaner only (albeit very completely) uninstalls Adobe suites.
The problem turned out to be that I had a standalone copy of After Effects previously installed. There was no way to get CS5.5 to understand that I ALSO had Production Premium. I uninstalled the standalone copy and it's worked since.