Price for Adobe Premiere 6.5

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Stuart Hunter, Aug 16, 2003.

  1. I am ready to move up to a better NLA and have been looking at Adobe
    Premiere. The best proce I can find is $109 at:

    http://www.shopharmony.com/product.asp?file=DEALTIME&i=ADOPREM652
    Adobe Premiere 6.5 Full version (P/N 9004100, Users guide supplement, no
    users manual) (b/o 1-week)

    OK, so it is missing the user's manual and presumably the box, but this
    sounds OK for $109. Can anyone identify the part number and tell me that
    this is indeed the full version and not academic or otherwise?

    And what does b/o mean?

    I plan to upgrade to Premiere 7, will this version qualify for the upgrade?

    Thanks for any advice.
     
    Stuart Hunter, Aug 16, 2003
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  2. Stuart Hunter

    Dick Sidbury Guest

    You should contact harmony and Adobe and see what they say.
    dick
     
    Dick Sidbury, Aug 16, 2003
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  3. Stuart Hunter

    AnthonyR Guest

    b.o usually means back-ordered meaning they have no more and are awaiting to
    get more, sometimes this takes a long time. :)
    Also many people have had bad experience with Harmony computers, do a google
    search on them and see.
    Also that picture looks like the oem version or upgrade which might not come
    with a valid serial number needed to register and upgrade.

    Adobe is offerring a great $799 price for full versions of premiere pro, dvd
    encore, audition and after effectes standard.
    You can buy that and then break-up and sell off the ones you don't need.
    You should get at least $200 for a full version of encore and similiar for
    after effects 6 and maybe audition, so you might end up with premeire pro
    costing you very little, if anything in the end.

    AnthonyR.
     
    AnthonyR, Aug 16, 2003
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  4. Stuart Hunter

    Tony Guest

    Looks good. May be an OEM version that was bundled with a capture card or something. If it is legit,
    then go for it. Maybe you should call them and verify that it is indeed a real, full, legit version
    before you buy. Just understand that the Premiere Pro will be out any minute. But, if this version
    qualifies you to buy a Premiere Pro upgrade, then it is worth it for thge $109 alone.

    Tony
     
    Tony, Aug 17, 2003
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