I paid for CS6 ages ago but for some time I've been reading here and elsewhere about problems some people have been experiencing with Premiere 6 on both PCs and Macs. For me Premiere 5.5 and Encore 5.1 on my Macs have worked well with only a tolerable number of problems but it occured to me that even if I don't start using Premiere 6 just yet maybe it would be a good idea to try Encore 6.
I've looked around and I'm not sure I understand what improvements there are in Encore 6 as opposed to version 5. Would it be a good idea to upgrade that part of my workflow ie., continue using Premiere 5.5 and use Encore 6? Would I gain much?
Thanks in advance for opinions and ideas.
http://www.adobe.com/products/encore/features.html has information... the main new thing I see is that Encore CS6 is now 64bit
Thanks for that John, I did actually see that document and as it doesn't indicate any dramatic change in the way it works I suppose it's probably worth my trying, yes? Faster encoding would be the main thing for someone (like me) who imports a few timelines along with video and sound for the DVD menus? Probably no incompatibilities with anything like that coming out of Premiere 5 and into Encore CS6..?
That sounds fine from my POV as I have had the odd problem with DL and I'm used to making the few extra key strokes. I'll report back after the next project but in the meantime many thanks for your helpful, speedy replies.
Europe, Middle East and Africa