Without seeing your timeline it's hard to say.
But markers can be set in three different modes: Main Menu Markers (blue), Scene Menu Markers (green) and Stop Markers (red). Make sure you haven't accidentally changed their modes.
I have four menu markers(blue), they are the first four markers in my timeline. Then I have four scene markers (green), and then at the end a stop marker (red).
When I run the preview of the disc menu each menu screen works as it is supposed to, each button goes to the right place and runs the shot. Then I encode / burn the disc, when I play the disc the third menu marker (blue) comes in a bit before it is supposed to, and the last of the four scene markers(green) acts like the stop marker and returns to the main menu without playing the last section.
Seems like there is a problem effecting the encoding....?
In looking at this in more detail I have found that the software has taken my third marker and all markers after it and moved them one place to the left on the timeline. The third marker has ended up between the second and third (original place) in the timeline. It is in a place that had no marker before. The fourth marker is now in the place where the third marker was and so forth down the line. The result has moved the stop to my second to last marker and thus the last footage section cannot be played.
So during the encoding this is happening, what could cause this? Prior to encoding all markers are in the correct position and play the correct footage.
Do not place a Marker at the end of your timeline. This is known to cause problems - in Windows it usually causes PRE to crash - so you may have found the Mac equivalent!
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Good idea, but unfortunately this did not work. Any other suggestions?
I have the same problem and have tried it with and without markers at the end. It will work if I put a scene marker at the end but then I have a dead button on the menu. I have 8 markers, the first 4 work correctly , the last 4 are one off when burned to a disc but work perfect in preview. This is on a dual layer with a file of 7.1 gb 100% quality. Please help, I never had this in premire 2 , recently upgraded to premiere 10.