I've been looking through a number of threads but none of them are particularly new (and therefore outdated) or have answered my question specifically. In short, I am trying to burn a DVD of a short film that I just finished editing. I have zero issues rendering the movie digitally but when it comes to actually burning to a disk directly, I'm out of luck.
The information I'm finding keep instructing me to pick settings best suited for DVDs and then click "Queue" where it will send me to Adobe Encore where I then can work with Menus, timelines, chapters, etc. But this is sending me to Adobe Encoder instead. I'm assuming this is an updated version of Encore since I can't find it anywhere under the Creative App options for Encore.
If this is so, I would think that the instructions would be translatable from the one program to the other but I'm not finding any of these functions at all nor am I finding any options that allow me to burn to a disk outright.
Thanks in advance,
You can no longer "send to Encore" unless you are using an older version (CS6 or before).
To use Encore with CC:
You must install the library separately. The link on that page works, but getting the full library is easier here:
And, the link on that page to the "using" Encore with CC tutorial (Using Encore CS6 with PremierePro CC « DAV's TechTable) is broken. It is here:
on macOS Catalina, Adobe Encore CS6 is not supported (no 32 bit applications)
Encore CS6 is 64 bit. Has anyone tried Encore on Catalina? Permissions were a problem to be adjusted on many recent Mac OS's.