I have never had a PGC error, so only 2 things come to mind
1st, what is happening at that time code?
2nd, I don't know if the current iteration of the forum has search, so go to Google and enter
site:forums.adobe.com pgc error
in the Google search box... some previous discussion may help
PGC errors and CS4 through CS5 tended to be "real" errors, but they can mean different things.
By sequence, do you mean it was dynamic linked? If so, did you try exporting from Premiere/AME and using that as the asset?
Is this a video or slideshow?
Nothing obvious at that timecode, first time the error appeared it gave me a different timecode anyhow,
It is a video. I tried exporting it first time round via AME, I find that a little faster for longer sequences.
I'm currently trying it to burn it in Encore via the dynamic link, so far so good, it's only a little over half way through the transcoding though.
Will let you know if this works, hoping it was just a random error fixed with a restart of the programs.
Still not sure what it was but seems to have resolved itself.
It might remain a mystery, but we now have another interesting error message, "minifootbal," to go with "owl orphanage," and several more. I do think that the Adobe engineers have a sense of humor, at least where the names of certain modules come in...
Good luck, and glad that the Project is working now. If you do track down the cause, please update this thread, as it may well help others in the future.
Great to know the cause.
Long file names, long Paths, some special characters, and even spaces, have been known to cause errors.
Good luck, and thank you for reporting.
PS - OK, so Adobe programmers only have a limited sense of humor, such as Owl Orphanage...
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