I may be mistaken, but I thought AME only arrived with CS4, not in CS3. Why would you want multiplexing? What export setting do you use?
There has always been an Adobe Media Encoder.
Tmorga did you choose dvd-mpeg?
No sir, AME has been an option as far back as PP vers. 6.5 even before the CS vers. In regard to your question, I don't necessarily want multiplexing, is there a way to turn it off? I've never intentionally changed my export options with regard to mutiplexing. Again I've never had an issue exporting to AME & creating mpeg2 files!
No I just selected the mpeg2 option rom the drop-down menu!
Being a big nitpicker,
AME as a selectable option (the name AME) has not always been there. It was introduced with Premiere Pro.
Premiere 6.5 did not have AME, and Premiere 6.5 was not either called Pro.
PS! Still using Premiere 6.5 (for quick works) and PPro 1.5 (for old work).
EDIT: I know my post was a side comment, but don't even question if I'm right or not, I always am
I thought AME only arrived with CS4, not in CS3.
As a separate program, yes. Previously it was part of Premiere.
If these settings are correct, and you still get a muxing failure, what are your Audio settings? Might be something there.
Exact solution: Change your output driver from D to C
I did it and my problem resolved