Some of the files on a BluRay disc are video, while others are menus.
You'd do best to re-edit the original files rather than your finished disc. But it's possible to do it this way, as long as you know you can only edit the video files.
Guess I wasn't clear.
I didn't mention blu-ray.
I"m simply trying to open the original Premier Elements project for additional editing and that's when the error occurs.
Interestingly enough last night after posting, I opened the project, got the same error message, but
then imported the video into the project without error. Now I have to put it back into the timeline correctly and all will be ok.
Or at least I can do the necessary edits.
It appears that at least one of your video files has corrupted.
I agree with you. It is corrupted as I later verified via other means.
My question is how does a video file get corrupted since all I did was
1. Create a project
2. Edit a project
3. Burned a divd
4. Copied it to a back up drive
5. Tried to open it again.
What in the devil could have happened given this to cause only this video file in the project to become corrupted?
Didn't do anything out of the ordinary and then are there any tools you might recommend to repair the corruption?
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I also encountered the same error message once as you got now.
In my case, I had moved the project to a new system. But the problem rectified by installing the latest version of Quick Time, because the new system did not had quick time installed, and my files were .mov
I would suggest you to use PrE's Project Archiver option, whenever you move your project to a new location. It is located in the File Menu.
I have this problem - trying to import an archived project. My Quicktime is up to date, but I cannot bring the project files in, with similar errors to above. I'm using PE11, I'm not sure which version ii created the files with.
Is there a solution?