With Adobe Premiere Elements, you can create magic with your audio, videos, and photos. You can have more than one version of Premiere Elements installed on your computer so there’s no need to uninstall earlier versions.
You can install Premiere Elements from a DVD disc or you can download the software from Adobe website and then install it.
Ensure that you have a DVD drive (not CD drive) connected to your computer before you begin installation. Insert the DVD into the drive and follow the instructions.
Temporarily disable firewalls, antivirus software, and third-party security software. Disabling them speeds up the installation process.
Locate the serial number. The serial number is on the back of the DVD case.
Note: If you purchased the product from Best Buy, peel the sticker at the back of the box. Use the redemption code to generate your serial number online. If you do not have an Internet connection, contact customer support. For more information, see Find your serial number.
If you close the dialog box or the security settings do not permit AutoPlay, browse to the DVD using Windows Explorer and double-click Setup.exe from Adobe Premiere Elements 15 folder. If any security warning displays, click Yes.
- Make sure that you have administrative privileges for the account you are using.
- Use the latest version of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari.
- Make sure that you have a valid Adobe ID.
- Disable pop-up blockers in your web browser.
- Temporarily disable firewalls, antivirus software, and third-party security software. Disabling them speeds up the installation process.
- Make sure that you have a valid serial number for Adobe Premiere Elements.
When you launch a trial version, a screen shows the number of days remaining for the trial to expire. On this screen, you can use the License This Software option to covert your trial to full version.
Use the serial number you have received to convert the trial version to a full version. You can locate the serial number on the back of the CD or DVD case. If you have an envelope for your software, the serial number can be on the envelope instead. The serial number starts with the number 1143.