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Jose Ortiz July 19th, 2007 06:33 AM

SteadyMove pro version for CS3
I bought 2 months ago the steadymove pro version and now with the CS3 upgrade Im not able to use this with premier CS3 anymore. After effects Cs3 works fine but I'm wondering why should no be the same with premier cs3.

Eric Shepherd July 19th, 2007 08:29 AM

Hi Jose, the manufacturers may be able to help you answer that quickly.

Emre Safak July 19th, 2007 09:47 AM

Did you move the AEX file?

Jose Ortiz July 19th, 2007 10:13 AM

Hey Erme I think that I did not understood what you said. I just copy the plug in file from premier to AF plug in folder and works for now.

I just received an e-mail fron the Steadymove people regarding this issue.
Well seems that could be a while until we can use Cs3 premier and steadymove pro. I hope no too long. I hate to have to fix my shaky scenes in AE first and then link the composition to premier .
Here is the e-mail

""Hello Jose,

At the moment SteadyMove Pro is not supported under nay of the CS3
products. The fact that it works under After Effects and not Premier is
purely coincidental. We try our best to keep up with Adobe's releases
however we cannot guarantee that existing versions of SteadyMove will
work with new Adobe releases unless it is specifically stated that the
version is supported in the SteadyMove required specification.

Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 has only very recently been released. In order to
ensure that SteadyMove is supported in CS3, development work will be
required. We are hoping to release a SteadyMove upgrade in the coming
months. We have now also tried to make it as clear as possible on our
web site that SteadyMove is not supported under CS3 in addition the to
existing required specification information.

Kind Regards


Elaine Ormes
2d3 Ltd
Sales and Support Assistant""

Emre Safak July 19th, 2007 11:47 AM

Great. That is what I meant. Besides, you got an official response, so disregard mine.

Eric Shepherd July 19th, 2007 11:57 AM

That's great they got back to you so quickly :)

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