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    Does anybody in here know where a good forum for Adobe Premier is? I have a question, but this is a still photo forum. Ideas? Thanks!

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    Re: forum for Premier?

    Just the Adobe support forums.

    Try asking your question here anyway. I consider Premiere and AfterEffects as postproduction, and would happily add a subforum if there was sufficient demand.
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