Hi friends… i just want to start make the project with CS5 .5 but i am still confused.. because in the upload section there is no option with the version CS5 .5 only CS5 .
My question is :
1. How many of you already have CS5 .5 ?
2. If i start to upload project CS5 .5 version is that ok for now or i must wait until the upload section update to maximum project CS5 .5 ?
you should save your project as CS5 till this get updated. Just be careful to not use the CS5 .5 new features in your project since you will get a mess. Here is a link to a video explaining how to do ithttp://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-after-effects-cs5/ae-cs55-save-project-as-after-effects-cs5/
but you can also include the CS5 .5 version in the zip archive. It will not be a problem if you have the a working CS5 version.
For projects I use CS4 . I think it’s better to use CS5 for VH only when Adobe will release CS6 .
For motion graphic CS5 is great.
I have CS4 and CS5 but now my CS5 have been update to CS5 .5. i using CS5 .5 only for rendering… but i make a project using CS4 .. so now i want to make a project with CS5 .5 but the upload section limit until CS5 .
What are the advantages of the CS5 .5 over CS5 for you?
p.s. why does this forum add a space when typing through dot? -> CS5 .5
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I use CS5 .5 + pt_OpenSesame works like a charm.
I don’t think there’s a huge feature set or speed hike to require anyone to use 5.5 just yet.
It’s not like the difference between CS4 and CS5 .
But I read somewhere the other day that Adobe is going over to a system of releasing a 0.5 and a full version in alternate years. I don’t know how much there is to that, but if that is the case, then I think it’s worthwhile looking at allowing X.5 projects 6 months or so after the app’s released.
Or maybe even straightaway after the application’s released. Envato has always been pretty keen to let the market regulate itself and I don’t see any reason to do it differently in this instance.