Adobe Encore CS6 Serial Number Crack Full Version
Pulling from the Adobe FAQ, end-of-life means that the “Adobe Encore CS6 version will be the final release of this product.” Adobe makes their motivation clear: “The trend in the video and broadcast industry is moving away from physical media distribution. The future is in cloud and streaming content. Therefore we are focusing more on products that deliver to streaming services.” As a site dedicated to online video production, we can’t argue with that assessment; and given that Apple stopped developing DVD Studio Pro with the 4.0 release in 2005, it’s hard to take issue with Adobe’s decision.
Regarding future updates to Encore, Adobe states, “Adobe Encore CS6 is supported on Microsoft® Windows® 7 with Service Pack 1 (64 bit) and Mac OS X v10.6.8 or v10.7. Please note that Adobe Encore CS6 support for future operating system updates or new hardware platforms will not be provided.” So, there will be no more improvements, and sometime in the future, an OS update will break Encore and Adobe won’t fix it.
Where does that leave us? Well, sometime, down the road, you’ll need to choose another DVD/Blu-ray authoring program to serve your clients who demand physical media deliverables. But not today, so I’ll leave the discussion of which authoring program is best for another day. For those needing help in the short term, Sony Creative Software, with multiple DVD and Blu-ray options, is a good place to start.
If you attempt to back-door the process, and try to import a Premiere Pro CC sequence from within Adobe Encore CS6, the import will stall and the sequences won’t appear (Figure 3, below). You won’t get an error message; the import will just hang as shown in Figure 3. For the sake of clarity, I’ll note that both Dynamic Link from Premiere Pro CS6 to Adobe Encore CS6 works fine, and you can still import a sequence from a Premiere Pro CS6 project in Adobe Encore CS6.
The only alternative for Premiere Pro CC optical disc producers is to export your content from Premiere Pro CC/Adobe Media Encoder as a separate file and import those into Encore. As before, all chapter markers inserted in Premiere Pro CC will appear in Adobe Encore CS6.