The error message seems pretty straightforward.
But the cause??? And why should I lose my chapter markers which I created during the edit.
Chapter marker information is carried by the .xmpses file. If it is corrupt or missing, then no chapters.
Have you tried re-exporting? Make sure you don't move/rename that file.
Re exported the project and returned the same error message.
I've got the same problem... What may cause this mistake? Chapters made in Premiere Pro CC. Simple chapters... Just names.
Are you sure you made Encore chapter points and not just markers?
Yes, sure. )
If it helps, tags in .xmpses looks like this:
The problem was solved by deleting .xmpses file. And I still have all my chapters in Encore. Nice!
Just have this same problem. Exported H.264 Blu-ray file out of Premiere CS6. Importing in to Encore CS6 and Error parsing MPEG metadata file pops out. When I exported, in the setting I selected and changed Key Frame Distance from 24 (default) to 1. I am reexporting right now with default setting 24. Will let here know if this helps.
Yes, it was it. Living Key Frame Distance at default 24 solved my problem. No more Error parsing MPEG metadata file pop up.
Just include the .xmp file in importing.. Just drag all the files from your explorer to the project panel in Encore.
Ran into the same problem just today. Any sign of a solution already?
This thread, which began in 2013 with different versions of PR/AME, is probably addressing different problems
What version of Premiere? What format are you exporting? (H264 or mpeg2bluray?)
Thanks for your quick respons Stan in this old thread!
I'm using Premiere Pro CC together with Encore CS6. The export format is "H.264 Blue-ray" with "HD 720p 50" as preset.
In Encore I imported the mp4 and the wav file as a timeline.
If your PR CC is actually PR CC 2014, you may be experiencing this bug:
If that is the problem, here's a thread where I suggest a way to fix the xmpses file and retain the chapter markers:
Re: Re: Encore won't import markers with bluray vid output from Premiere through Media Encoder
And yes, if you don't need chapter information, just delete the xmpses file.
Indeed I'm using PR CC 2014 and the bug you're referencing is the bug I'm experiencing.
However your workaround, modifying the xmpses file, did the job. In my case without creating other problems.
Thanks a lot!
I'm having the same error. I see that this has gone unanswered for 3 years and cannot find a solution. I've tried everything, Re exporting, re exporting in from a new sequence. I then tried renaming the file and tried deleting the .xmpses file. The file then imports into Encore but then when I go to burn the Blu-Ray it comes up with another error and is unable to burn.
I think that the Error Parsing MPEG metadata file has something to do with not burning. I've tried Exporting other sequences from the same project in Premiere CC and it imports into Encore CS6 no problem and burns no problem.
At this point I have no idea what to do. Any suggestions?
I experienced this problem. When Media Encoder created the files, it created an xmps file. I went in to Finder on the Mac and renamed the XMPS file.
Then I reimported the files and it worked fine. Looks like it was trying to use the same naming structure.
Hope this helps.