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How use Add offline media option while creating packages with Creative Cloud packager.

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Mar 01, 2016

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Hi All,

Am creating packages with Creative Could Packager, need to include "Extension Manager CS6" to my list of applications, i downloaded a version and trying to add it to the list by using Add offline media option, but getting error like the media is not suitable etc...

Can any body please let me know how to add offline media while we creating packages with Creative Cloud Packager.

Thanks in advance.

This is possible in theory, provided the source media you are adding is complete and unzipped. Also if 32 bit it cannot be added to a 64 bit package and vice versa.

It is not really what this functionality is designed for though. It is designed for DVD sets supplied to customers who live in areas with poor internet infrastructure who cannot download apps via CCP.

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How use Add offline media option while creating packages with Creative Cloud packager.

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Hi All,

Am creating packages with Creative Could Packager, need to include "Extension Manager CS6" to my list of applications, i downloaded a version and trying to add it to the list by using Add offline media option, but getting error like the media is not suitable etc...

Can any body please let me know how to add offline media while we creating packages with Creative Cloud Packager.

Thanks in advance.

This is possible in theory, provided the source media you are adding is complete and unzipped. Also if 32 bit it cannot be added to a 64 bit package and vice versa.

It is not really what this functionality is designed for though. It is designed for DVD sets supplied to customers who live in areas with poor internet infrastructure who cannot download apps via CCP.

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This is possible in theory, provided the source media you are adding is complete and unzipped. Also if 32 bit it cannot be added to a 64 bit package and vice versa.

It is not really what this functionality is designed for though. It is designed for DVD sets supplied to customers who live in areas with poor internet infrastructure who cannot download apps via CCP.

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