My whole student lab is using Premiere Pro 2020. I have students going through the In-App tutorials. Two computers are updated to 2022 and the In-App tutorials are different. Is there any way, for the students who sit at those computers, to access old tutorials from the 2020 version? I have a presentation and class notes surrounding the old tutorials. Not sure I can revert to the old version as they were already deleted from the machines. Plus the new tutorials don't start from scratch. They act like you've had some knowledge in the program. Help please as my students are starting from scratch.
I've attached a screenshot of the tutorials I want them to access.
You can still install 2020 via the creative cloud app. Open the creative cloud app and go to "All Apps" then scroll down and find Premiere Pro. On the far right is three dots, click on that for more options. In there you will "Other Versions" and once you select that you can install older versions.
Alas, no you cannot download 2020.
We are now in 2022, so previous version is 2021(v15)
Alas, you are correct. I jumped the gun! Thanks, Ann.
No, we tried this and no other versions are available. The option for other versions isn't even there.
Just to add to something for the OP but have you looked at Adobe's website for Premiere Pro tutorials? There's a long list of them. I've not compared what is on the website to what is available in app. But it could be helpful for you. https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/tutorials.html
Yes, those are great, thank you, but I made a whole presentation, notes, and project surrounding the tutorials in the older version and they are not part of the 2022 version. I just want to be able to access the older tutorials. The new tutorials are not helpful as they don't start from scratch. They expect you to have prior knowledge of Premiere. It is weird that they would get rid of the basic tutorials.
I've used Premiere Pro for a long time so honestly haven't paid attention to the in-app tutorials. So I poked around. I'm not really sure which tutorials you are no longer finding. But one thing I did notice is that if you make a new project and then go to the "Learning" workspace you get different tutorials than the ones available on the start screen under the "Learn" tab. Sorry, I can't help you find the ones you wrote your curriculum around.