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Is Presenter part of creative cloud or not?

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Mar 19, 2015

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Try as I might, I don't seem to see Presenter in creative cloud...

I thought everything was moving to CC?

Using it as a student, adding more to my confusion.


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Is Presenter part of creative cloud or not?

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Try as I might, I don't seem to see Presenter in creative cloud...

I thought everything was moving to CC?

Using it as a student, adding more to my confusion.


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LEGEND ,
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I do not believe Presenter is part of Creative Cloud. Sorry

Looks like Presenter has its own page on the Adobe site:

Adobe Presenter 10

Cheers... Rick

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 19, 2015

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Presenter is not part of CC.

You can purchase it under EDU pricing if you meet Adobe's conditions or you can purchase a subscription to it under the commercial pricing. All the options are available at Adobe Presenter 10

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I am a long-time Adobe fan and don't mind subscriptions (I remember having to come up with $150 or more for an upgrade back in the 90s), but I wish they would have more subscription options.  They used to have the collections (web, design, photography I think they were).  All came with Photoshop, design had Illustrator and InDesign, while web lacked those two but came with Dreamweaver, etc.  Why can't they do that with the CC apps?  Not everyone needs every app they have.  If you need 2 apps, you might as well just drop a bit more and get CC.  Yet that amount of money for 2, maybe 3 apps?  What if you only really need 2 of the CC apps and Presenter?  I really only need Photoshop and Illustrator, for example.

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Presenter is not a part of Creative Cloud. User have to buy it separately.

Regards,

Rajeev.

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Really a shame that it is not, as its monthly/annual subscription is almost half that of my CC - not a good value really. Looking for a competitor.

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And yet even in February 2018 CNET downloads has a come-on to "buy " presenter  as stand alone (presumably) which takes the customer to a page to sign up with CC even though Presenter is not a part of CC. ! Not only that but  it offers CC at  about 18% off from what the rest of us pay ! 

What's up Adobe?

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I think a better way to do this would be to have a link to buy Presenter takes you to the main Presenter page.  Then you could have a button link for Adobe CC, and text something like "see and learn about our Creative Cloud Applications" and a line under it saying that Presenter is not part of Adobe CC.

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