Talk pretty to the page...
I do believe that it works as long as you follow the links. But it sure is an annoying process.
Sorry; I don't have cloud and can't walk you through the steps. Also, what you see varies depending on whether you are logged into your subscription and what you already have installed.
In case you haven't seen the following (I hope you have, but...):
See this link, which includes how to install Encore CS6, how to get the library, and a tutorial on workflow with Premiere CC.
Also, see the Encore CC/CS6 FAQ:
Edit: if that doesn't work, post a screenshot of the page where you are stuck.
I'm just an angry FCP 7 user forced to switch to premiere because X is even worse.
The tech fiefdoms of apple, avid, and adobe are the worst for consumers, but adobe takes the cake for user unfriendliness with it's switch to CC. And we can all thank Apple for filling adobe's forums with angry rants from dissapointed and disoriented FCP users. Can you guys tell that it's taking 2-3 minutes to "pull up my records"?
The fine people of India deserve medals for dealing with angry schmucks around the world.
Oh well, I'll just wait another 2-3 minutes while they transfer me and pull up my records again.
Also, Safari doesn't have the menu pulldown option that Firefox has. So use Firefox and all menu options will be there.
Also, screen sharing doesn't work with Safari if you're chatting with an extremely patient Indian person. Because flash and apple don't mix.
Hence, the fiefdom complex we're all stuck in. Oh and spell check doesn't work here either. So I have no idea if I spelled feifdom correctly.
Okay, Premiere CS6 just downloaded. I'll complain some more later.
Be sure to read ALL OF THE LINKS inside the first, instruction link that Stan posted
There are several downloads to get everything, and installing from the downloads is more than a bit convoluted
Things were SO much simpler with CS5 where everything was included on a delivery DVD and the install process was all from a setup program
Call it Cloud, or simply a web site download... the IMPLEMENTATION is the key... I have purchased other programs using download instead of disc, and the process is pleasant when the download contains EVERYTHING NEEDED to do the install in one file... just as CS5 was on one disc (well, several if you were buying a suite)
I have no understanding at all of why Adobe CHOOSES to make installing PPro/Encore CS6 to difficult... CS6 has been out long enough that I would THINK it would be simple for someone there to put everything together into a one file package, with comprehensive setup installer
Anyway, glad you are forging ahead... in spite of Adobe's fragmented process