There are many reasons why you may need to reinstall a previous version of Premiere Pro. It may be to run Premiere Pro using only 4GB of RAM, or you may just prefer to use an older version of Premiere Pro.
Eitherway, we have you covered. In this article, we look at how to reinstall a previous version of Premiere Pro.
How do I reinstall a previous version of Premiere Pro?
Reinstalling a previous version of Premiere Pro is relatively easy; however, make sure you do not mistakenly uninstall your current version of Premiere Pro.
To reinstall a previous version of Premiere Pro, simply:
- Open the Creative Cloud app.
- Then, click on the All Apps tab.
- Now, find Premiere Pro in the list and click on the three-dot menu.
- Finally, click Other Versions and choose the previous version of Premiere Pro that you want.
There you have it. It’s as easy as that. You have now successfully reinstalled a previous version of Premiere Pro.
Whilst you’re here, check out some of our best Premiere Pro help guides and tutorials below.
Are you looking to improve your editing skills in Premiere Pro?
Here are a couple of tutorials and tips to help you become a better editor in Premiere Pro. Our experts at iFilmThings want to offer their expertise to help you become better video editors and enjoy the filmmaking process.
Here are a few of our favourite Premiere Pro tutorials:
Here are the best export settings when exporting your latest project from Premiere Pro. We break down the most important factors to help you nail your export and make sure that you export a high-quality video that fits the platform you are premiering your masterpiece on, trust us; it makes a huge difference!
This tutorial shows you how to view full screen preview in Premiere Pro with ease. Viewing your preview in full screen seems simple, and it is. But, a few intricate details allow you to use it to its fullest.
Remember to view in a low resolution to run the preview smoothly and, of course, improve your editing workflow. Read our jam-packed article to ensure you’re working as efficiently as possible.
This tutorial shows you how to create a GIF in Premiere Pro. It’s pretty simple and only needs you to understand a few basic techniques and crop to the preferred aspect ratio of a GIF to allow you to share it with friends and family in minutes.
Become a Premiere Pro wizard overnight and read a few more of our articles below.
We hope this brief article helped you reinstall a previous version of Premiere Pro with ease. Let us know your thoughts below in the comments; we love to hear from you.
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