Try using Encore to burn to a Blu ray folder then use the free imgburn program to burn the discs. This does a much better job of burning the discs and it will also verify them after the burn to make sure they are ok.
What brand of media? That could be a big factor.
Also, is it possible to post a screen shot of the AME encoding settings, to make sure that looks good?
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I recommend only Falcon Pro blanks, for both DVD and Blu-ray.
They're not the cheapest, but they are the absolute best. I routinely saw fewer errors on my Falcon burns than I did on my Hollywood pressed disks.
Direct link to http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download (send the author a PayPal donation if you like his program)
I use Imgburn for ALL of my disc writing... backup files/folders as well as Encore output
I have tried Imgburn... great program so far... but still issues remain over several burns.
I'm going to grab another burn and different media and experiment later today. Thanks all.
I purchased a Pioneer BDR 208D BluRay burner and Phillips Blu Ray-R discs and Verbatum DVD-R's and haven't tried it yet but will post results in the coming weeks. So far I burned several weddings to DVD and BluRay using Asus drive and older discs at 1X speed and haven't heard any bad news from anyone yet. So maybe it was just the burn speed.
I never burn at the highest speed, always at half speed.
BD-RE can give issues in some players.