Adobe Encore™ enables users to create high quality Blu-ray Discs, DVDs, and web DVDs from a single
interface (and project). Encore CS6 speeds up the authoring workflow with native 64-bit performance,
and uses flow charts to define and view navigation. Background batch processing allows you to offload
transcoding to Adobe Media Encoder or third-party encoders, which is especially useful for demanding
4K and 5K workflows.
Yes. 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. For example, Adobe Media Encoder and Adobe Premiere Pro CC include a new
feature allowing users to create iPad-ready video with QuickTime chapter markers. The Encore CS6
version will be the final release of this product.
Yes, Adobe Creative Cloud members have access to previous versions of Adobe applications. This means
that if you have a Creative Cloud™ membership, you can still install Adobe Encore CS6.
Encore CS6 is available via the Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 installer.
Please see the Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Encore CS6 Workflow Tips video for a complete description
of how to burn a DVD using an Adobe CC workflow. The biggest change in workflow is the removal of
Dynamic Link between Encore CS6 and Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Yes, Adobe will continue to offer support for installation and registration issues associated with Adobe
Encore. Additionally, the online support resources will allow customers to access existing
documentation, as well as tap into community support via the product forums. Customers who have
maintenance agreements with Adobe can be confident they will continue to receive support for the
duration of their contract.
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 Encore CS6 support for future operating system updates or new hardware
platforms will not be provided.