We have two computers that are almost identical as they were loaded from the same image. However, one get's more use and it has developed a software problem. While troubleshooting that computer, I noticed that the computer with a problem doesn't have the normal About Premiere. Instead, it has this:
I suspect that Eraldicon is the code name for Premiere version 13 as you can see the word in the About Premiere which hasn't had much use:
Can anyone confirm what Eraldicon is?
Any idea why one computer would show such an Easter Egg while another shows the generic About message?
On the lesser used computer not bringing up the Easter Egg graphic; it could be that the version of the Premiere Pro on the computer doesn't have a code name hence, it comes without an Easter Egg.
Adobe Premiere Pro - Wikipedia has a table showing all Premiere Pro versions, release dates, and some other basic information about each version. It also includes a column for the code names, and some versions have blank cells in that section.
is an Adobe-designed and released programme for Adobe Creative Cloud video editing. It aims for professional video editing, whereas Adobe Premiere Elements, its descendant, is directed towards the consumer market.