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abhishek12qpathak says

Hi guys I have AE cs5 version and my all templets are made for cs5 or higher versions. I am thinking about using AE cs4.I want to know that does AE cs4 version really helps in more sell or cs5 or higher versions are sufficient for good sells.

Thank you

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steve314 says

Can’t really know, but CS4 is the last 32bit AE version. So, there should be many people still using it. Keep in mind that most plug-ins must also be upgraded to 64bit too…

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felt_tips Volunteer moderator says

According to info from Adobe’s Todd Kopriva in another post, probably not.

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rendertom says

In my personal opinion I think it’s always better for author to have more versatile project file – if you can go with CS4 that’s great. If not, then just stick to what you have.

My preference is at first to make a project in CS5, then adapt to CS4 with OpenSesame. I have no clue if people buy/need CS4 files, but’s its good to have it on a table to sell:)

my 2 cents.

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