I will test this tonight.
This does not work for me.
I have a very simple PPro CS6 project file. I opened it in PPro CC, which then converts it and saves it as a PPro CC project file with a different filename.
In Adobe Encore CS6, I go to File, Adobe Dynamic Link - Import Premiere Pro Sequence. If I select the PPro CS6 file, it works like it should.
When I select the PPro CC file, it claims it's loading the file...but it hangs.
I'm on Win8 Pro x64 with both CS6 and CC suites installed.
Doesn't work here either. I suspect observer error on this one.
I agree. But the original reporter was on a Mac. It shouldn't matter, but we don't have confirmation on a Mac (that it doesn't work).
Sorry Jim, really not observer error, but there does seem to be consequesnces and it may be pure chance that it worked for me in certain circumstances, see the latest on the other thread:
Also look at post 19 on that thread and see if that helps.
That's the only 2 explanations I can think of as to why it's working on my iMac, someone please try it - I've got a working system and I don't want to mess that up just yet, but I don't know how stable it's going to be.
My only real issue now is that I can't get my MBP to do the same thing as my iMac (on lots of CC stuff, not just En).
has this ever been resolved?
trying to import a sequence from PP2015 into Encore, and it just hangs.
is there any way to get a PP sequence with chapter markers into Encore?
I have the same issue on the Mac platform as well.
Other than the observations of the one user, we believe that dynamic link does not work to Encore CS6 other than from PR CS6.
If we are talking DVD, you export from PR (CC, whatever version) as MPEG2-DVD, and the chapters should come through to Encore. If you are having a problem, start a new thread and we can help you there.