Did you transcode the Premiere sequence or try to build the project? If
so, then you have to do a File | Revert to Original to get the Pr
sequence to update again.
I created the DVD because it is needed. Therefore it has been transcoded. When I go to File / revert to original, it is grayed out.
There is still the question of how to update automatically ( Thats the dinamic link purpose).
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You have to select the sequence in the Project panel before going to the File menu.
Once *any* asset is transcoded, Encore only looks at the transcoded version. You can see the logic in this.
So the Revert to Original command forces Encore to look again at the dynamically-linked sequence, at which time you'll see the changes you made in Premiere.
Soory the delay in responding but I had to deliver the project on Frifay and had no room for any more testing. After the DVD was created I checked it and it was OK !!
I tried the "get back" and it did once. But then I found out that thee were some chapter markers that were moved. To update them y put the mouse on the marker and right button. The option Üpdate all markers"appeared. I checked it and it made all the changes in Encore.
But the timeline changes were not .
So I checked the "Build DVD"option and when it finished, the result was corect. It seems that in the transcoding to make the DVD, it took dinamiclly not only the chapter markers but also the changes I Made.
Thanks for the explanation, it helped me to test this proceedings. Adobe should make a note on these "updating"in a dinamic link more user friendly. As the project is a little long ( 45 minutes) perhaps the software gets mixed up.