I've been working on a project that requires 4 timelines (less is not an option).
I'm working on a
Intel Core 2 Duo
I keep getting this uppon build:
I've had this before but I've always fixed it by spreading out chapters or triming out exces audio track or subtitle track.
I got it, I errased all chapters, I trimmed exces tracks and... I still keep getting the error.
It's 4 45min long videos all in their own timelines, conected by a playlist. english and spanish subtitles added. one main menu, one chapters menu (as in select a timeline) and a set up menu, so you can select subtitles.
I'm trying to burn it in a Dual-Layer DVD.
Any help will be really apreciated.
>burn it in a Dual-Layer DVD
I don't know how this relates to a Mac, but this is what has to be done for dual layer on the Windows side of things
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You have addressed the most frequent solutions to this error.
I think it is problematic that you have uneven lengths ("trimming excess tracks"). I would look to fixing your assets prior to bringing them into Encore.
Is Encore transcoding them, or are they showing as "Do Not Transcode"?
I transcode them in advance ("Transcode now").
I've already deleted the timelines AND assets and re-create them and re-transcoded them and still the same problem.
About the excess tracks, after the transcode the audio track for some reason ends up being a little bit longer than the video track.
Previous times, I trim that out and the problem is fixed but not this time.