How to Fix Adobe Encore CS6 Cannot Run in Non-Royalty Serialized Mode Error
If you are a Creative Cloud subscriber and you want to use Adobe Encore CS6 to create DVDs or Blu-rays, you may encounter an error message that says: \"Adobe Encore CS6 cannot run in non-royalty serialized mode. The application needs to be serialized with a royalty bearing serial number\". This error prevents you from launching or using Encore CS6, even though you have a valid subscription and license for Premiere Pro CS6, which includes Encore CS6.
This error is caused by some leftover files or registry entries from a previous trial or standalone installation of Encore CS6, which interfere with the Creative Cloud licensing mechanism. To fix this error, you need to uninstall Encore CS6 and Premiere Pro CS6 completely, and then reinstall them using the Creative Cloud desktop app. Here are the steps to follow:
Uninstall Encore CS6 and Premiere Pro CS6 from your computer using the uninstaller in the Applications folder (Mac) or the Control Panel (Windows).
Download and run the Adobe Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool from https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/kb/cc-cleaner-tool-installation-problems.html. This tool will remove any traces of previous installations of Adobe products, including Encore CS6 and Premiere Pro CS6.
Restart your computer.
Open the Creative Cloud desktop app and sign in with your Adobe ID and password.
Go to the Apps tab and find Premiere Pro CS6 in the list of available apps. Click on the Install button next to it. This will install both Premiere Pro CS6 and Encore CS6 on your computer.
Launch Premiere Pro CS6 once and activate it with your Creative Cloud subscription.
Launch Encore CS6 and enjoy creating DVDs or Blu-rays without any errors.
If you still encounter the error after following these steps, please contact Adobe customer support for further assistance.
Why use Adobe Encore CS6
Adobe Encore CS6 is a powerful and versatile tool for creating DVDs and Blu-rays with professional quality and interactivity. You can use Encore CS6 to import assets from Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, Adobe After Effects CS6, Adobe Photoshop CS6, and Adobe Illustrator CS6, and create menus, buttons, subtitles, slideshows, playlists, and chapters. You can also customize the look and feel of your discs with templates, styles, transitions, and motion menus. You can preview your project in real time and check for errors before building. You can also export your project to a Flash format for web distribution or playback on mobile devices.
What are the benefits of using Adobe Encore CS6
Some of the benefits of using Adobe Encore CS6 are:
You can create DVDs and Blu-rays that are compatible with most players and devices.
You can take advantage of the integration with other Adobe products and use dynamic link to import sequences from Premiere Pro CS6 or compositions from After Effects CS6 without rendering.
You can use Photoshop CS6 to design menus and buttons with layers, effects, and text.
You can use Illustrator CS6 to create vector graphics for menus and buttons.
You can add interactivity and navigation to your discs with actions, playlists, chapter playlists, end actions, overrides, and remote control options.
You can create subtitles in multiple languages and formats.
You can create slideshows with transitions, pan and zoom effects, and audio.
You can create motion menus with video backgrounds and animated buttons.
You can transcode your assets to the optimal format and quality for your target output.
You can choose from different output options such as disc, folder, image, or Flash.
You can use the build panel to check for errors and warnings before building your project.
How to learn more about Adobe Encore CS6
If you want to learn more about Adobe Encore CS6, you can visit the following resources:
The official Adobe Encore CS6 help page at https://helpx.adobe.com/encore.html, where you can find user guides, tutorials, tips and tricks, FAQs, and forums.
The Adobe Encore CS6 tutorial by InfiniteSkills at https://www.youtube.com/watchv=gaMIL5-PlDc, where you can watch a video overview of the features and functions of Encore CS6.
The Adobe Premiere Pro discussions at https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro-discussions/bd-p/premiere-propage=1&sort=latest_replies&filter=all, where you can ask questions, share ideas, and get feedback from other users and experts. 061ffe29dd