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Reduced set of content in Premiere Elements 8

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I have an old version of Elements/Elements Premiere 8. New computer and no longer any CD/DVD drive. I downloaded the old version, but when I start the program I get the message "A reduced set of content (Instant Movie Themes, Title and Menu Templates, etc) has been installed. To install the full content set, please insert your Content DVD and run setup.exe. If you do not have a Content DVD please visit http://www.adope.com/go/pre:additional_downloads to download the content insaller.

I tried the link, but it isn't active anymore.

Does anyone know what to do?

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Reduced set of content in Premiere Elements 8

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I have an old version of Elements/Elements Premiere 8. New computer and no longer any CD/DVD drive. I downloaded the old version, but when I start the program I get the message "A reduced set of content (Instant Movie Themes, Title and Menu Templates, etc) has been installed. To install the full content set, please insert your Content DVD and run setup.exe. If you do not have a Content DVD please visit http://www.adope.com/go/pre:additional_downloads to download the content insaller.

I tried the link, but it isn't active anymore.

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you don't need that content.  and it's doubtful it's still available.

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Moving this discussion to the Premiere Elements forum.

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Unless you are shooting with a very old camera and watching on a very old TV, it is time to upgrade.  HD video is what most watch.  4K TVs are what people now buy when they need a new one.  Any camera or cellphone now shoots in at least HD, if not 4K.  Version 8 did none of that well.  Further, if you have a new computer, it has an operating system (Windows or Mac) considerably newer than version 8.

Editing with version 8 will likely give you problems you don't want.

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I'm with Bill. The cost of upgrading to at least version 11 or 12 will be easily offset by the new capabilities and features in the program -- particularly its support for other than miniDV and HDV tape-based video.

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