I have a Premiere Pro project with one sequence. The name of the sequence happens to be the name of the project - I hope that's not confusion Adobe - however, this is what I've done . . .
I created the Encore file from within Premiere Pro using Dynamic Link. I built the project in Encore to a DVD.
Then I made some changes to clips in Premiere, and sure enough, I can see the changes in Encore.
However, when I go to build another DVD - I expect to see the changes I made - Encore does not transcode anything, but simply starts to write to the DVD. The result is the same as the first time I built the DVD - it does not have the changes I made in Premiere Pro.
I assume there are redenered files - somewhere - that Encore is using to write to the DVD - that is, it's too dumb to realize it needs to re-transcode the project because it changed.
And I assume this is a bug that no doubt someone (like Adobe) knows about.
Any work arounds? If I find these rendered files and delete them, Encore will have no choice but to re-render the project and include my lastest changes. Seems like a real pain. . .
Any of this make sense?
I am runnning an INTEL i7 on Windows 7; 64 bit.
I'm not sure if that's a bug, or by design, but all you'd really need ot do is right-click your Dynamic Linked PPro sequence in the Encore bin and select "Revert to Original". That will cause Encore to abandon the transcoded M2V file, and point back to the original (and now altered) PPro sequence.
Bug or not, that worked - thanks for the info