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Adobe ENCORE not included in CC?

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Jun 19, 2013

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I have updated my CS6 apps to CC version (with few minor problems) on my both computers. Fine!

Surprinsigly, there is no version nor update to ENCORE.

Is it normal? ENCORE CC does'nt exist?

Thx

All is not lost.  Apparently CC subscribers can still access Encore CS6, though I'm to understand it is not a straight-forward installation.  DVD or Blu-ray files are generated via Pr CC, I believe,  and imported into Encore CS6.  You lose that easy dynamic link feature, however.  It would be nice to see that return.

http://blogs.adobe.com/davtechtable/2013/06/installing-premiere-cc-encore-cs6.html

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Adobe ENCORE not included in CC?

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I have updated my CS6 apps to CC version (with few minor problems) on my both computers. Fine!

Surprinsigly, there is no version nor update to ENCORE.

Is it normal? ENCORE CC does'nt exist?

Thx

All is not lost.  Apparently CC subscribers can still access Encore CS6, though I'm to understand it is not a straight-forward installation.  DVD or Blu-ray files are generated via Pr CC, I believe,  and imported into Encore CS6.  You lose that easy dynamic link feature, however.  It would be nice to see that return.

http://blogs.adobe.com/davtechtable/2013/06/installing-premiere-cc-encore-cs6.html

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Yup. This is normal. Welcome to the Creative Cloud.

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I understand that online delivery is "the future," but the fact is that almost all real-world clients want a DVD -- and we absolutely need a DVD authoring solution at this time.

Please, please, make Encore (CS6 is fine) available as part of my Creative Cloud subscription.  In truth, I would have stuck with CS6 and not joined this "cloud" had I known that a DVD authoring solution was no longer available.

This is a big deal -- it's real world business -- Adobe, I ask for your help.

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All is not lost.  Apparently CC subscribers can still access Encore CS6, though I'm to understand it is not a straight-forward installation.  DVD or Blu-ray files are generated via Pr CC, I believe,  and imported into Encore CS6.  You lose that easy dynamic link feature, however.  It would be nice to see that return.

http://blogs.adobe.com/davtechtable/2013/06/installing-premiere-cc-encore-cs6.html

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Thanks for that link, though have to agree.. this is a huge pain!

I just downloaded CC to a new computer with the intention of burning DVD's this afternoon for a client, only to find out that Encore is not in the CC package.

Adobe you have amazing apps that are obviously on the cutting edge, but please don't cut yourself off from the needs of the community, DVD is still a massively popular medium for a huge amount of companies and organisations, it's dieing slowly (personally can't wait till it's gone)... but it's not dead yet.

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Anyone who goes with this method could run into the following problem...

If you uninstall Premiere CS6 without uninstalling Encore, and then update it through your Cloud app, Encore will have problems opening back up.

The fix for this is probably to uninstall all Premiere CS6 Family apps, and then reinstall them WITHOUT uninstalling Premiere again. You'll have to keep both versions of Premiere

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Not to diminish your concerns/outrage over Encore, but honestly there must be a hundred or more excellent apps that you can use to create DVDs. 

http://tinyurl.com/mv5sx9y

just saying....

Nancy O.

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This response is both irrelevant and inappropriate.  Studios like mine have invested time and training in Encore, and have Encore project files that still need to be used.

There was no clear warning that got through to anyone that Encore would be no longer available when upgrading to the CC.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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I'm not defending Adobe.  I'm a product user just like you.  Nevertheless, I kept my CS6 products knowing perfectly well that many features would be deprecated in CC -- the same as every other upgrade before it.

Nancy O.

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which other apps can us e media encoder for rendering?

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I have to chime in and say that's not an acceptable answer, especially for an MVP. I purchased CS6, and I purchased the cloud. This is an integral part of Premier. I've paid for it, and I've spent the time in tutorials and learning to use it. I'm not paying for a new authoriing tool, and I'm not learning a new authoring tool.

I too would like Adobe to add this to the CC collection of programs. Period. Adobe stated with CC that you have access to the full suite of Adobe Creative applications, and this is apparently not altogether true. Fortunately I didn't delete my CS6 version.

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First opportunity I'm going to formally request Encore be added back as a CC feature.  Dynamic linking is really a major feature for us simplicity-worshippers.

I've mentioned elsewhere how surprised I was to find many of my government clients specifying DVD - not even HD Blu-ray.  Because, while Adobe may be forward-thinking, many if not most ordinary folks are not yet there. These clients were asking for DVD simply because they consider it to be the lowest technical denominator for their audience. Big-time K.i.s.s.

Last week I asked another client what file format they would like some video received as. They had no clue. Indeed most folks have no clue about file formats, for that matter.

A little earlier was my daughter's high school video project.  All had to submit as a DVD. Again, CS6 CC dynamic-linking made things so easy for her.

I find a bit misplaced the Adobe notion that if one of their programs is not moving forward, it should perish. Or at least be discounted as far as CC is concerned. If it works, it works, i say.

So I'll send in a feature request and go the optimist route.

RBG

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Thx Rob BG.

I do hope that ADOBE will listen us.

The most unpleasant is their silence about that. Why don'nt they communicate about it? They're ashamed?

I saw that in Prelude CC and Premiere CC "Encore chapter marks" have been removed abd replaced by "chapter marks". Not a good sign.

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I just had the same experience, I removed all my CS6 apps, and downloaded the shiny new CC ones. I had a customer requesting DVD's and BD of a project I did a few months ago. What? No Encore? Please Adobe, listen to us. 95% of my customers still require DVD's. Very few want BD, but there are a few anyway.

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Community Beginner ,
Jul 31, 2013

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The technical support of Adobe offers a temporary solution.

To keep Premiere CS6 along with the new CC version so Encore is still present.

The trouble is that all dynamic links work awkwardly and that opening a Premiere CC edit file must be done via opening the CC application then opening the file.

Overall a real headache... So, I also hope that Adobe will listen to their users and offer an Encore CC version soon!

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I uninstalled the whole CS6 Master Collection but Fireworks CS6 and Encore CS6. The only solution I found.

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Community Beginner ,
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What's really deceiving is that on the Encore page on Adobe's site, they say, "Get it as part of Creative Cloud."

Between Encore and Story, it's been really frustrating because I've left Final Cut Pro because of they way Apple treated it's user community. It looks like there is some of that same "we know better than you" attitude at Adobe.

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I hadn't noticed that the Encore page says "get all the desktop apps with CC", thanks for pointing that out. I had no idea that one of the important apps, Encore, was left out of CC when I signed up for it. Most of my customers are still demanding DVD's. In fact, some of these are screenings of independantly produced movies, for Sundance and other festivals. I definately get the impression that many people still need and demand DVD's. I hope Adobe will listen and add Encore to the CC list of desktop apps.

I actually switched over to Adobe Premiere and Encore a few years ago from Sony Vegas and DVD Architect. I am at this moment considering whether I should switch back, but I'll wait a bit and see if Adobe decides to support Encore.

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