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Contact us about this article How are you getting the timeline to be lower field? i'll save and close a file, then reopen it and it says its not compatibleThose are most of my problems and they happen on pretty much all of our editing systemsanyone Re: project exceeds disc capacity Please Help Gerard_Cerchio Aug 24, 2010 1:42 PM (in response to neil wilkes) Thanks, Niel,I could not find a neat summary in CS5 that I can Since Sony Vegas 9 opened the .mts media and allowed me to start dropping it on my timeline I figured it would be fine to work with them that way. have a peek here

Then you have to open your Video_TS folder using DVDShrink "Open DIsk"... They do not appear in the finished disk as Encore does not make any change to the MPEG2 file on the finished disk. It works! __________________ What do I know? I doubt I'll have one of those for a while!

Thank goodness since I payed a mint for it! Encore can't edit menu in photoshop! MPEG2 DVD Standard files are just that...standard files. When you have the timeline in Premiere and you export your AVI have you tried exporting MPEG2 from Premiere and if so what file size do you get?

dteubner 239,933 views 10:49 Adobe Encore - Authoring a DVD Part 1 - Preparing assets - Duration: 19:46. Don't forget to include the motion menus in the calculation. In fact DVDLab burnt two other projects without errors that encore said was to big. Back to top Mel_BacaniJoined: 05 Nov 2002Posts: 743 Posted: Wed Nov 17, 2004 2:32 am Post subject: Project exceeds Disk capacity Hi, That seems odd...

I've also tried to adjust the transcode settings but I still can't seem to get the files small enough to fit on the disc. They have the good HD version on Blu-ray so I don't really care if the quality of the DVD isn't quite as good as it could be. Show 18 replies 1. http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/345964-Project-exceeds-the-capacity-error-in-Encore Martin_Gleeson08-10-2007, 04:32 AMDave, I used to always use closed GOP too.

What is weird about that "feature" is that it's not consistant, sometimes it shows that message sometimes it doesn't. Is it's a Canopus problem, tell me what it is and I will report it to them. 3. I'll try again though, if you say it works. Claim or contact us about this channel Embed this content in your HTML Search confirm cancel Report adult content: click to rate: Account: (login) More Channels Showcase RSS Channel Showcase 7336843

For Adobe Encore 2.0, in C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Still DVD 2.0 \ Plug-ins \ en_US, I rename ImporterFastMPEG.prm in ImporterFastMPEG.prm.txt for example. What you will have to suffer is: - Occasional crashes when previewing the MPEG2 stream in Encore. I believe that Canopus blame Encore for this problem and Adobe blame Canopus. Looks like I will have to experiment with the Media Encoder and use your Bit Rate calculator suggestion.

I then checked the project and it didn't give me any errors. http://bsnux.com/adobe-encore/adobe-encore-pgc-has-an-error.html Contact us about this article Here is a screen shot, it looks pretty much the same as before.  Trying one more time without "Transcode now". Contact us about this article iwhat is the better way once a DVD has been successfully made to keep it for future burns WITHOUT needing access to any of the original Thanks Martin_Gleeson07-23-2007, 02:32 PMI've sumbitted a case with LOTS of information and details to Adobe for this.

After some more research, I think I have found the two sides of the argument. The forum post you have given gives an extensive explenation and reason why Encore switched and started to use the Direct Show filters. Or, do you create such menus the same was as Anton does (and the way most of us did for ReelDVD?) Do you every notice green "flashes" in your preview window Check This Out bitrate if you have 192kbit/s dolby-digital audio. 2 1/2days encoding is quite a long time!

I think when you burn your disc, those green flashes go away...must be Encore's decoder. I work around the issue by using After Effects for motion menus. Quote 7th May 201210:12 #4 shh1cd View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : May 2012 Location : Kansas Aha...that is what it is.

Please check your settings again...or better yet just for testing purposes, can you create a new file and import just your AVI?

But as it gets to the end of the burning process, it gives me the "over the capacity" error. Error message 'Project exceeds disc capacity'' but it... I always use ClosedGOP so I can scrub better for chapter creations. I used the same bit rate settings.

I think for now, I will continue to use Encore 1.5 as the chapter thumbnails are a great time saver if I get Encore to create them. But you can change encoding settings when using DL. In this video I will show you a couple of ways to create the best looking video for DVD or Blu-ray rendering. http://bsnux.com/adobe-encore/adobe-encore-cs5-pgc-error.html Please enter a title.

Bottom line is: Someone is wrong and the Procoder / Encore users are caught in the middle! Even if Adobe were to take a Procoder MPEG2 file and see what the exact problem is so we can report it to Canopus (if necessary) would be a tremendous help. I have Encore CS3 now and will see if anything has changed. Maybe you accidentally click it by mistake and you added a folder that has that much file thus, Encore is statating that your project '14.85GB'???

If not, then I'll try the Adobe forum. I have yet to find an encoder that matches or beats P2 quality. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 18. Are you using a custom configuration?

Please try again later. dteubner 5,744 views 9:16 Exporting for DVD from Premiere CS6 - Duration: 9:33. cheers dannyReturn to posts indexReport Post•Re: CS5 Encore over size limitby Ken Jaedicke on Dec 1, 2010 at 6:09:35 pmI had opted to not transcode the AVCHD files on the frontend If so, then what is "non-standard" about the Procoder file"?

As a result, it needs to decode these sections of the Procoder MPEG2 file and re-encode it into their menus. So a 4.7 GB (as reported by the disc manufacturer) disc holds about 4.3 GB (as reported by most software) of data. I have found Procoder's encoding for the kind of video I do so much superior to anything other encoder I've tried, I don't want to stop using Procoder. Doesn't give me the option however, I've been told on this forum I can download CS6 and install.

yes no add cancel older | 1 | .... | 240 | 241 | 242 | (Page 243) | 244 | 245 | 246 | .... | 679 | newer HOME Thanks Hey Martin, by no means do I do any advanced menus..matter of fact for the past year or two I haven't done any menus, it's just too much of a encore 2.0 freezes when I am trying to... Martin, When you went to Encore 2, was this a fresh install or you just added Encore 2 after taking off Encore 1.5.

I built a simple DVD - 1 Hr 25 min, no menus. I have been having a lot of crashes in general and the systems periodically freezes.