I have succesfully completed a DVD project on Encore (4.0) with mpg elements edited in Premier Pro (4.0). A number of slide sequences constructed from jpgs converted
to pds files in Photoshop (cs5) have been used, plus some (individual, single) text slides, (constructed in Photoshop) have also been included with the DVD project. All of this works
fine. However, when I render the whole project for Flash, the text files are not included! During the render process the file details are displayed but no yellow progress bar appears.
The Flash file is prefereable to the DVD as this enables the Flash file to be available from a central common drive or server.
Can anyone assist me with this? I can find nor reference to these types of issues iether on the forum or anywhere on the net.
MAC Book Pro 17"
i5, 4 Gb Ram (Soon be 8)
Premier Pro 4.0
Can you export from PR as flash and get the text content?
I would create a title in PR with a large font, and add that to the mix to see if the Encore exported flash passing that.
I wonder about an alpha channel or some such oddity creating a problem, but I don't see how that would create the problem you describe.
And thanks for the prompt reply. I will try this twixt Christmas and new year. My recollection was that the text created in Premier
when imported into Encore looked “poor” as an mpg. However I had not rendered the project in Flash at that stage. Will
have to look at how Premier works direct to Flash without Encore?
From: Stan Jones firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: 23 December 2011 13:25
To: Wheeler, Steve
Subject: Re: Encore won't encode some PSD files in Flash Encore won't encode some PSD files in Flash
Re: Encore won't encode some PSD files in Flash
For the Text (in PrPro), the links in this ARTICLE might be useful.
When using PSD's, there are a couple of things to consider:
I don't know if this will help your problem... but...
For CS4 you must update the Roxio component http://forums.adobe.com/thread/400484
More on Encore and Roxio http://forums.adobe.com/thread/528582 or direct to