Premiere Pro support

How to download a stand alone installer for the CC2017 applications

The simplest way to install any Creative Cloud application is to install the CC app and then choose the ones you want and let it install them. However, this is slow and tedious if you have to install the same applications on many computers, or if you are trying to install them at a location where you have a bad internet connection. In this section we have links to where you can download a full installer for the video applications.

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How to install an old version of Premiere Pro CC

If you install the latest version of Premiere Pro and encounter an insurmountable bug you can install any old version, all the way back to CS6. It is not immediately obvious how to do so in the Creative Cloud app. Here we explain how.

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How to keep an old version of Premiere Pro CC when installing a new one

When a new version of Premiere is installed it tend to remove the old version. This is actually a good idea because otherwise your programs drive would be clogged up with multiple versions of Premiere. However you may want to keep an old version and manually remove it using the “programs and features” dialogue in the control panel once you are satisfied that the latest version works properly for you. Here is how to decide whether to keep old versions or remove them.

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A simple guide to making a DVD with Adobe Encore and Premiere Pro CC

A quick guide in how to make the right kind of file for a Blu-ray disc with Premiere Pro CC and then set up and burn a disc in Adobe Encore CS6

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List of known issues with Premiere Pro CC2017

In this section we have a list of known issues with Premiere Pro CC2017

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List of supported QuickTime formats with Premiere Pro CC2018 and later

Adobe have stopped using QuickTime for Windows and written native support for many QuickTime codecs.  However, it does not support all the codecs with which it used to work.  Here I have a list of all the codecs which are currently supported in a QuickTime file.

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