That rules out 704x480 and/or something other than 29.97 fps.
Do you have any version of the DivX codec installed on your system? Older reports of other possible conflicting software include more recent MS Intellipoint drivers (v. 4.1 should be OK).
Do you have Premiere Pro 2? It has the same playback engine as Encore, so you could import the m2v files into Premiere and see if you can play them back properly in PPro. If they work OK in PPro, then export DV or HuffYUV avi files from Premiere for use in Encore.
Failing that, I would recommend converting the m2v files to DV or HuffYUV avi files using dvd2avi and then importing those into Encore.
[Jeff Bellune]"NTSC .m2v files work great on my system (and many others). If it was a bug, it would be reproducible across multiple platforms, which it is not."
Ditto to this statement.
I use M2V fies generated from CinemaCraft encoder every session and it works great!
"All of my NTSC mpegs that work fine in Encore 1.5,come up as a Green screen when I import them to Encore 2.0..They appear fine in Adobe bridge,play fine in all other platforms,it's just Encore 2.0 that doesn't see them.I don't seem to be able to go to 'Interperate footage'either.
Any ideas?..This is really holding us back from doing what we bought the new Encore for"
there are a couple of others with green screens there too
Uh guys, i just drag them into the project window, works great. set do not transcode (but it defaults to that). I use this technique sometimes when in premiere pro1.5, using canopus procoder to quickly get a video into an encore dvd project. canopus does the job much faster. but maybe i missed something here :)
jigs in nepal.