> Can someone tell me why Adobe have decided to take out the export to DVD Option from CS
Since Encore is now bundled with PPRO3, so it makes sense to use it.
> It splits into two pieces video and audio why?
Eddie answered that. Check your settings.
> As for Encore I cant even get it to work. So Im not impressed at all with Cs so far.
You are the one who does not understand how to use it, the fault lies with you and not PPRO/Encore.
Tell us what the steps are that don't work and perhaps we can help.
As Steven says, if you tell us step by step what you are doing then we can tell you where you are going wrong.
You will also find links to many free tutorials in the Premiere Pro Wiki that will quickly show you how things are done in PPro.
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Thanks for the help guys much appreciated.
Firstly not having an export to DVD option in CS is a step backwards.
I dont have any other design issues only how to get Encore to work.
I have exported out from Premiere Pro CS3 into Encore.
I have set my export options when I click build it comes back with
"Title remote not set" what is it? where is it?
I looked in the handbook, looked in help for title remote "nothing"
How do I do that?
Im building a project with no menus.
To be honest I have tried both suggestions. Firstly I have set my timeline menu etc. Still get Title remote not set.
Also if I ignore and build I get an error message:
PGC "filename" has an error at 00:28:14
internal software error :%, line filename- PGC Info:
name=filename, ref-Bpgc, time=00:28:14
Too be honest the help files havent really shed any light on my problem. It just says what to do. I have followed that and still come up with title remote not set.
Do a Google search on "Adobe Encore Title Remote" and you'll find several postings that address your question.
Only a couple years too late, labrisher.
However, it will hopefully help others who stumble across this thread.
Thanks for your comment, Jim. Googling again I see that only that old forum post came up; trying again just "Title remote" brought up the screen I had seen, which included this Apr 3/09 response by Ruud that pretty much explain that the message isn't an error but a warning that one can ignore.
The thread is in the Encore forum>Encore Preview and Emulations>Discussions
And, if the Google'bots have not updated the complete listings, almost any link to older Adobe articles will lead only to the main Adobe forum page. Same for all of the discussion threads on PCG Error from the old Encore fora. This will be a continuing fallout from the forum changes - old links will have to be completely re-established, or a Search of the forum (please do not get me started on Search in the new fora) will need to be implemented.
Poor Stanley Jones had done a wonderful job of finding and cataloging older Adobe posts, from the previous forum change, when much seemed to be lost forever. Now, his work will be for nothing, as the links are now dead once more.
For anyone who might care, since Encore has been bundled with PrPro (since CS3), I can find no good reason to Burn a DVD directly from PrPro, like one could in CS2. It was such a rudimentary process, that I can not think of any use for it, unless one did not have Encore (or similar).
Hey, no "poor" man here! I'll just complete the OT reference without starting a new thread. What the "snob" (ha, ha - love your new screen name) is referring to is the fact that I saved all my old digests, so I was able to retrieve one of the posts (forget the topic a while back) that adobe had deep-6'd in one of the previous updates. I wonder about the new system. There's no problem with the bad links, since I am relying on email versions of the old posts. But the new email system (no digests) will pose a problem on whether I'll try that in the future!
And yes, I changed my screen name to my preferred "Stan."