The download version of this tutorial is approximately 700MB. After ordering you will be sent an email with a link to download the file, which is an zip file. You should be able to unzip this and use it on either a MAC or PC.
There is a time limit of approximately a week for you to do this. If you have not successfully downloaded the tutorial in this time please email me and I can provide new links for the download. If for some reason you need to download the files in the future just let me know and I will send you some new links.
Once the download has finished go to the folder where you saved the tutorial and double click on the “index.html” file. The tutorial will open in your chosen web browser. It has been tested in Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
You do not need to be connected to the Internet to run the tutorial after you have downloaded it; it runs in a web browser to give you a simple interface that is compatible with the majority of computers but once downloaded you have everything you need to run the tutorial. It will run happily at the same time as Adobe Encore. If you have problems downloading or installing the tutorial please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The tutorial is licensed for use by the person who has purchased it. Please do not distribute it without the permission of DVC.
The tutorial is divided into several sections to help you locate the information in which you are interested. If learning Encore from scratch we suggest you watch the A Basic Introduction to Encore first as it shows the entire authoring process as well as covering all the main options. The second part to watch would be the Tour of Adobe Encore which explains what all the windows do and how to arrange them. With the other sections we suggest you look at the chapters when needed.
A full list of all the chapters in each section and the timings click here.
Is this tutorial relevant to the Creative Cloud version of Encore?
The simple answer is YES. There is no Encore CC so if you are renting the Adobe software via the cloud you will be using Encore CS6 which is the version covered in this tutorial. The chapters regarding the dynamic link between Encore and Premiere Pro are no longer relevant because you do not get the dynamic link between Premiere Pro CC and Encore CS6. The link still exists between Premiere Pro CS6 and Encore CS6, both of which can be downloaded from the Cloud, but I suspect that if you are using the Creative Cloud you will also be using the latest version of Premiere Pro.
However, all the other information contained in our Encore tutorial, including details of how to edit menus in Photoshop etc.. is all 100% relevant to the Creative Cloud version.