Language Pack for Premiere Pro CS2 or CS3

New Here ,
May 13, 2013 May 13, 2013

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Hei everybody,

i´m looking for a language pack for Premiere Pro CS2 or CS3.

Cant find anything in the net.

Thanks for help.

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Community Expert , May 13, 2013 May 13, 2013

You can't find anything because there is no such a thing. If you want a different language, you need to reinstall the programs in that language, if your serial number allows it.

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You can't find anything because there is no such a thing. If you want a different language, you need to reinstall the programs in that language, if your serial number allows it.

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Ok, thanks.

On an other page, some wrote about a language pack.

First he had to copy the files into the C./ Adobe directory and than he had to activate it on HKEY_local_machine..

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Dec 24, 2021 Dec 24, 2021

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You actually can! Open a new project in Premiere Pro, then press Ctrl + F12 (if you're in a laptop you'll also need to hold Fn) then a Console window will pop up. Go to the 3 horizontal lines on the top left corner of the window and make sure the "Debug Database View" option is selected. Then scroll down until you find "ApplicationLanguage" and when you find it, on the right you must type whatever language you want. For example, english you would type "en_EN", spanish would be "es_ES". Just google the name of your language pack and write that. Then just restart Premiere and you're good to go!

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Just to update this old thread:

Don't uninstall CS2, CS3, or CS4 because the activation servers have been shut down and after reinstalling you will not be able to use it past the trial period.

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