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What Harm is talking about is called multiplexing. Basically it's the combination of separate video and audio files into one MPEG file. Encore generally prefers two files, but if you're making just a computer copy and not a disk copy, then one file is the way to go.
You may have to transcode it again, this time turning multiplexing on.
Yeah, I googled it. ;)
Okay, so there must be a multiplexing "on" option in AME in PPCS3.
I will export it again and make sure that is turned on.
I tried it and chose TS for multiplexing.
But when I try to export with AME (PPCS3) it gives me an error when I use the Audio Codec PCM. The export works with Dolby Stereo but I only have that as a trial.
Any reason PCM does not work or do I need to install something extra?
Can't you just bring the non-multiplexed assets into Encore and preview it there by placing the audio and video individually on the Encore timeline? This works with DVD, but I've never tried it with Blu-ray.
You can also use Encore to encode the WAV -> AC3. Encore has no limitation on this, I believe.
There is also a freeware WAV <-> AC3 encoder I use often called BeSweet. It's a command line utility, but there is a GUI for it also.
Here is a good link to do what I need to do: