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Adobe Encore CS5 is a powerful but surprisingly-easy to use authoring tool used to create DVDs, high-definition Blu- ray discs and even Flash based Web sites. Encore ships with Premiere Pro as part of a well-integrated suite of video products. New users will be able to understand the simple and intuitive workflow, and will be able to assemble and burn a DVD within minutes of working with Encore CS5. More season DVD authors will be impressed with the more powerful features, such as Playlists, End Action Overrides, and powerful features for audio and subtitle tracks.
Encore CS5 allows you to create high- definition Blue-ray discs, the industry standard now and for years to come. You can take advantage of the unique capabilities of Blu-ray discs in Encore building semi-transparent pop-up menus, so viewers can preview menu options while continuing to watch your video. These menus cannot only become menus for DVD and Blue-ray disc, but they also become Web pages when we output Flash Web site from Encore. Business users will also find help from Encore as a tool for creating presentations, building beautiful slideshows and slide captions, and the ability to add data contented discs as well as video content.
Finally, Encore is primarily an authoring tool, and Encore CS5 does this remarkably well. Whether you're going to burn a single disc on your home computer, or take a copy-protected, region-encoded master to a professional replication facility, Encore has the tools for the job. With its impressive ease of use, colossal library of free content, and its incomparable set of features, you'll be very happy to see what Encore CS5 can do for you.
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