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:
    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 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, Aug 16, 2003
  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, Aug 17, 2003
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