I am really beginning to think Adobe is the new Microsoft. Encore has to be the WORSTE written major program in 20 years. It seems like EVERYTHING requires a workaround just to get by all the quirks! Anyway, enough ranting. I am STILL getting:
And I am getting it way too often on way too many projects.
On this project, I originally got it because first because the first chapter point had an end action to go back to the menu. Remembering that I had read that as being one of the many possible causes (thanks Adobe for another useless function!!!!!), I removed the end action, and did a test build....worked fine.
So I opened QT and exported my first chapter as a separate movie and put it in it's own time line. Set everything to the way I needed it...........and the timeline that worked in the test gave the error again.....even though it worked ten minutes ago.
AAAAAAARRRRRRGGGGGHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!! Anyone want to start a class action suit complete with pain and suffering? :)
Anyway, does anyone know what else causes this? I already know Adobe doesn't.
Ray I had this same error message. It drove me nuts too. However I found the culprit. It was that I had put return to menu links for each chapter, and then also put return to menu links in each chapter-playlist, it was a kind of loop that I had created. I removed all the links in the individual chapter markers leaving the "Return to Main Menu" link in the chapter-playlist. Then the error went away. I hope that this helps your situation.