CS2 Premiere Pro and After Effects

New Here ,
Jul 13, 2009 Jul 13, 2009

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I am a student at TAFE in Australia.  TAFE, like many institutions have insufficient funds to upgrade their software.  Anyone that knows Premiere Pro and After Effects will be aware that these programs do not save down to previous versions.  Premiere Pro will not even open output from older versions (i.e. CS3 will not open CS2 output).  I own both CS3 and CS4 versions of these products, but failed a unit last semester, because I couldn't find a copy of CS2 and could not complete my assigments to deadline.  Adobe won't help me.  No retailer can provide a copy of CS2, so I am now appealing to anyone who can assist.

Can anyone provide a CS2 version of Premiere Pro and/or After Effects.

I own both a Macintosh and a PC, but because Premiere Pro on the Macintosh cannot produce AVI files I would prefer to get PC version of that software.  I use Audition (a sound editor for those that don't use it) and have found that Quicktime movies will import into Audition, but when they export they don't have any audio content.

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LEGEND ,
Jul 13, 2009 Jul 13, 2009

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You'd do better asking in the Premiere and/or AE forums


http://forums.adobe.com/community/premiere


http://forums.adobe.com/community/aftereffects_general_discussion

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I will ask in any forum, if it will help.

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Jul 13, 2009 Jul 13, 2009

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What it will do, if you continue to spam off-topic forums, is to get you labeled as a spammer... bad enough, and the moderators will remove your ability to post anywhere

Having said that... I posted one POSSIBLE answer to one of your messages in an on-topic forum

I'm not going to post where in this forum... you spammed, you go find my answer

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Don't behave like a spoiled brat! John Joslin not only suggested where you're more likely to find an answer to your problems but even provided links.

Suggest you thank him and post your queries in the forums he's suggested.

JJ

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