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How do I copy a customized device?

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May 05, 2019

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I have the Photoshop Elements / Premiere Elements 13 (I do plan to upgrade).   I want to remove this from my desktop machine and move it to my laptop.
I have one customized output device for exporting my video, that I created for a digital photo frame I have ...   So, how to I make a copy of those settings prior to uninstalling the program on the desktop,  so that I can import it into the program after I install it on the laptop?

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How do I copy a customized device?

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I have the Photoshop Elements / Premiere Elements 13 (I do plan to upgrade).   I want to remove this from my desktop machine and move it to my laptop.
I have one customized output device for exporting my video, that I created for a digital photo frame I have ...   So, how to I make a copy of those settings prior to uninstalling the program on the desktop,  so that I can import it into the program after I install it on the laptop?

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You can simply log out of the programs on one device and activate it on another. That will move the programs over.

However, moving the settings is a bit more complicated.

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Yes, I understand how to move the  program (I am actually going to de-install from the desktop I think).  Is the custom export setting a 'preset' and are they stored in AppData under Windows?

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I don't know where your custom output templates are saved. It's possible someone else does.

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May 14, 2019

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Hi there,

Thanks for reaching out. I understand you wish to transfer your customized settings from one computer to another. I was checking for all the methods to do that and then I got this article: Preference file locations for Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements

Please follow these steps:

  1. Follow the locations as mentioned in the article.
  2. Copy the files/folders inside them.
  3. Save the file/folders to a device which can be used to transfer data like a USB device.
  4. Connect the USB to the new computer.
  5. Copy and paste all the files/folders for the customized settings in the exact same location as mentioned in the article.

Let me know if it helps.

Thanks,

Shivangi

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Sorry this languished for months but other projects intervened. This answer was very helpful.

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