I've tried the route of exporting picking the MPEG2 DVD option, but my video looks horrid. I tried importing my sequence to Premiere CS6 in order to "send to encore" via dynamic link. Unfortunately it won't read the sequence. Why won't Adobe just add "send to encore" via dynamic link like before? I spend 13 hours off and on yesterday just trying with Adobe reps over phone to get Encore to work. This is really kililng me right now. My clients are not happy. They want their DVD and bluray and I can't deliver. NOT COOL!
Dynamic Link from PProCC to EncoreCS6 does not work
You can work with the export settings. You can get good quality out of direct exports.
I have not done it, but requests for an option in PR CC to do a "save as CS6" resulted in the recommendation to use the export as XML (or some such). I think this is used to get projects into FCP.
So try that as a way to get your PR CC project into PR CS6.
Or like some of us, just stick with CS6 and use dynamic link.
Unfortunately, CS6 no longer seems to be an option for downloading from the Adobe Creative Suite.
So I am reluctant, now, to recommend Premiere Pro to some of my clients who want to be able to create DVDs and Blu-Ray discs.
At least until Encore is available as a separate download, which I had initially thought was going to be the case. Apparently I was wrong.
If you click the links I provided in #1 I think the process is described
You do not download/install Encore separately... you do PProCS6 and Encore is included... then there is supposed to be a way to uninstall only PProCS6 while keeping EncoreCS6