You can install on as many systems as you like,
but you can only activate the license for two systems at a time.
And you can only actively use it on one system at a time, e.g. a workstation or a laptop--not both concurrently.
thanks a million, Joe (if that’s your real name!)...
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an ordinary person
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joe bloe, you're far from ordinary. Thanks for all your help on the forums. It's appreciated.
I understand all that...I was just wondering if your first name was really Joe.
Since you’re so quick with the answers, I’m sure you can answer this quickly for me. It’s been bothering me for a long time. When I’m finished with a project and export it to a particular file/format, most of the time I want to delete all the associated files that went with the creation of the project. I know there are temp files and cache files and rendered files, etc. IS THERE A GOOD WAY TO HAVE THEM ALL IN THE SAME PLACE SO I CAN DELETE ALL THE FILES THAT WERE PART OF THE PROJECT. I have many projects I’m no longer interested in so I delete the project files and know there is so much more on my drives that I’d also like to delete. DO YOU HAVE A SIMPLE WAY OF FINDING ALL THE FILES ASSOCIATED WITH A PROJECT SO I CAN DELETE THEM ALL TOGETHER?
Thanks in advance.
The ideal solution is to have a large enough HD (preferably a fast RAID)
for storing your preview and cache files so you don't have to worry about
if they are taking up too much space.
You ignore them, then do a 'Spring Cleaning' now and then after you have
shuffled through a few projects, then save a few minutes when opening
any current projects to allow them to re-generate their cache files if needed.
If you are on Win7, another folder to watch is:
Media Encoder will leave a lot of files in this folder that can be deleted.
Select all and hit delete. If you get any messages, skip those files and continue.
How perfect - you covered it all. I can't THANK YOU enough.
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Follow up question. What if I have the full suite of Production Premium programs on one computer, put I want to put Premiere on a second computer and Audition on a third computer? I am presuming this won't work since there is only one serial number for the whole suite.
I’m the one who asked the original question and don’t know the answer to your question.