I have recently upgraded to CS6 from CS5.5 (even bought a new computer so I could run it) and I edited my first sequence in Premiere today.
I exported the sequence from Premiere to Encore using Dynamic Link and set the disk to build. About a quarter of the way through the encoding fails without any explanation. I've even set the sequnce to transcode seperately from building a disk and it does the same thing.
How can I rectify this when it won't even tell me what is wrong?
I was so pleased to have everything up and running just to fall at the final hurdle. Now I'm a bit dejected and stressing out as I need the project finished.
Any help would be great, thank you.
UPDATE: I've just discovered something else that may be related - I tried to render a section of the sequence in Premiere and whenever it gets to a point where the clip is cut and there is a transition, the render fails - again without explanation. Any ideas?
Message was edited by: LauraMay1985
Thanks for replying. There isn't a gap between the clips, in fact the snap setting is on. I've also tried creating a gap in the Video 1 track which in some parts has worked. With one particular section though, I have also tried adding a dissolve between the two clips on track 1 with no luck.
Since writing this I found an update from adobe that wasn't brought to my attention - since downloading that, the sequence seems to be rendering without problem. I haven't tried anything further with Encore yet though - will update when I know in case anyone else faces similar problems.
If Dynamic Link doesn't work for you (see below) export from PPro as appropriate to your end result (DVD or BluRay) and use Encore without Dynamic Link
Encore Import Formats http://forums.adobe.com/thread/622722
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