Interesting. The only time that I have ever seen that "Adobe Media Encoder Property Data Invalid" warning is when I attempt
to do a burn to Blu-ray 23 GB or less and I have a check mark next to "Fit Content to Available Space". You say that you see
that message in the Event Viewer. Do you actually see a warning triangle at the lower left corner of the workspace?
I wondering if the Event Viewer listing has anything to do with what happened in the program with specific to the moment of the Transcoding Error? Just a coincident?
Do you have disc menus for this project? If so, what kind of menu markers and how many? Are they spaced far enough apart, and is there any overlapping of
menu buttons? Did you attempt to place any stop markers in this project? Have you tried another brand/type disc? Are you using BD-R or BD-RE 25 GB?
Also, go back to the Timeline content, expand the Timeline with the -+ slider above the Timeline, and look for leftovers, fragments.
One quick approach would be to hit the End key of the computer and assure that the Timeline Indicator goes to the end of the Timeline content. If it goes beyond that point, then inspect that "beyond" point(s) for fragments.
Please review and consider and then we can decide what next.
Thanks for the reply. I was successful in burning the project after I posted the help question.
However, to answer your questions:-
Yes, I did have a warning triangle at lower left corner of workspace.
No, I did not have any disc menus or menu markers or stop markers.
I am using a Verbatum BD-R 25GB.
The End key stops at the end of the Timeline.
I did find 4 small gaps and only 1 frafmant of 0.1sec duration. These may be have been to cause. I will be more careful for my next project.
I will examine the link you gave me above to see if it can help me in future.
Thank you once again for your help.
Thanks for the reply.
From your report, all seems to be OK now.
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