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Adobe Premier Elements - Does not complete encoding


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My DVD that I want to burn (that I burned successfully already once, and gave it away thinking I could burn it again) does not want to brn now. It keeps stopping while encoding at 34.01%
I removed a few sound options and trasition effects to see if it would make a difference and again it stopped at 34.01% while encoding.
I burned to MPEG and it worked, I watched the video and it was fine. So I decided to burn to a Folder with no success (stopped at the same percentage). So I decided to use Nero to burn the MPEG that Premier made but it tells me that it can't import the file and does not give me a reason.
So I created an .avi from File>Export>Movie as it is hidden from the taskbar Export.
This did not help either as the same thing popped up when I tried to use Nero to burn the .avi!
If anyone can help me on this I would appreciate it as I really don't want to redo the whole movie. Especially if that would result in the same "one succesful burn" then freeze while encoding crap.
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Well now I resolved (ish) my own issue... although I am not sure why it does not complete the encoding, and I did not actually fix anything.
All I did was encode to avi then once the avi is encoded, I create a new project and import the avi I created, then I put it in the timeline and Burn to DVD.
Time consuming, and annoying, and not what I expected from Adobe, but at least it works... I guess.
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