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graphic4444 says

Quick question; for those who are just using cs5 (or 6), anyone using “open sesame” script to convert to CS4 , for us cs4 only users? how well does it work?

http://aescripts.com/pt_opensesame/
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MRMdesigns says

Kind of a little bit off topic, but I use CS4 and render in CS5 ;)

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felt_tips Moderator says

Quick question; for those who are just using cs5 (or 6), anyone using “open sesame” script to convert to CS4 , for us cs4 only users? how well does it work? http://aescripts.com/pt_opensesame/

I haven’t used it loads, but I tested it a bit. It works well, but certain effects (Curves for instance) do not work, because their internal data cannot be accessed by scripting.

<voice of conscience> go cs6…. GO CS6 ….</voice of conscience> ;-)

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flashato says

I m working on CS6 and uploading on VH as CS5 from today :)
CS6 is faster, and more robust.

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5p1r17 says

I’m using it. Some of my projects here on VH were converted with this tool. Also i’m using this script at work.

Don’t have any problems and claims :)

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NeuronFX says

I will be creating the more complex templates with cs6 from now on… then upload in CS5 or CS5 .5… For complex templates cs4 seems too slow to work with nowadays…

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GrizzleFX says

I make all my project on cs6 and convert to cs4, it’s a bit of a hassle sometimes but better than working in cs4 in my opinion

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graphic4444 says

lol thx felt, will do… working on it…

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InlifeThrill says

I m working on CS6 and uploading on VH as CS5 from today :)
CS6 is faster, and more robust.

Same story.

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jasoncc says

I use CS5 now and am considering getting the pt_OpenSesame script for those who still use CS4 . Is it worth it now? I imagine the CS4 user base is dwindling fast, or am I wrong?

thx

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