What is the oint of Adobe offering the "premiere" video editing package

Explorer ,
Dec 13, 2017 Dec 13, 2017

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What is the oint of Adobe offering the "premiere" video editing package without tools like dolby encode that you need to create a DVD with compressed audio... really what is the point adobe. Where do you get off?

THIS IS A COMPLAINT> ADOBE YOU REALISE NOW WHY PEOPLE STOP PAYING YOU AND GOING BACK TO USING OLDER VERSIONS.... OR PIRATE VERSIONS THIS IS EXACTLY WHY BECAUSE YOU KEEP PULLING THE RUG OUT FROM UNDER PEOPLE.

BRING BACK DOLBY... THIS ISNT A REQUEST... THIS IS A DEMAND otherwise folks... stop paying them and tell them why.

DVD requires DOLBY DIGITAL ENCODING.... this just means Adobe are saying you should encode DVDs any more!

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Adobe Encore ended with CS6. Thats what they think about DVD/BluRay...

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 15, 2017 Dec 15, 2017

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You need to make your request here where it goes directly to the Adobe engineers:

Feature Request/Bug Report Form

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You can still use Encore and it will encode Dolby stereo.

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