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Import old Premiere Pro CS6 file into CC

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Jul 10, 2020

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I have an old Premiere Pro project from the mid-noughties.  It was last opened, probably, in CS6.  I would like to open it in the latest CC version so that I can edit it again, but it won't open.  The error is that there are either outdated elements or damaged.  I'm pretty sure it's the former - possibly an old plug-in I used.

 

Is there some way of opening it?  I can see that the prproj file is a text file.  If I could strip out the outdated stuff and open it enough to fix it (keeping as much of the edits as possible) that would be a start.

 

Any thoughts on how to get it loaded, or at least as much as possible?

 

I can't attach the .prproj file because Adobe refused to recognise it as a valid prproj file and won't upload it (Aarrrggghhh!!! :-).

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Import old Premiere Pro CS6 file into CC

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I have an old Premiere Pro project from the mid-noughties.  It was last opened, probably, in CS6.  I would like to open it in the latest CC version so that I can edit it again, but it won't open.  The error is that there are either outdated elements or damaged.  I'm pretty sure it's the former - possibly an old plug-in I used.

 

Is there some way of opening it?  I can see that the prproj file is a text file.  If I could strip out the outdated stuff and open it enough to fix it (keeping as much of the edits as possible) that would be a start.

 

Any thoughts on how to get it loaded, or at least as much as possible?

 

I can't attach the .prproj file because Adobe refused to recognise it as a valid prproj file and won't upload it (Aarrrggghhh!!! :-).

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Might want to try this guy, he fixes project files.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/user/viewprofilepage/user-id/12528724

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I can't attach the .prproj file because Adobe refused to recognise it as a valid prproj file and won't upload it

 

Zip the .prproj file and attach it. That should work.

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Jul 11, 2020

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Thanks but doesn't like zip files either.

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Upload it to Dropbox/OneDrive, etc, etc and post a link here?

 

I saw now that attachements are only allowed for the very first post.

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