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  1. I am getting this error message with DVD Lab Pro 2. "The compile process can't continue and has been aborted. If your source files are non-elementary files, demultiplex them first and use these to compile the DVD again. If this didn't help, try to re-encode the files. Make sure you use the DVD compliant settings in your encoder."

    Can anyone offer any advice on this?

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    Originally Posted by happyfamily View Post
    I am getting this error message with DVD Lab Pro 2. "The compile process can't continue and has been aborted. If your source files are non-elementary files, demultiplex them first and use these to compile the DVD again. If this didn't help, try to re-encode the files. Make sure you use the DVD compliant settings in your encoder."

    Can anyone offer any advice on this?

    Thank you!
    The message is giving you a clue as to what may be wrong.
    Are/is your source file(s) DVD compliant? Is it a multiplexed MPG program stream (*.mpg file) or separate elementary
    files (M2V, ac3, etc) ?
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  3. Thanks so much. We actually are going back to using Encore for this instead of Lab Pro. Thanks so much for y our response!
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    Does Encore accept non-compliant assets ?


    DVD Lab Pro will accept muxed assets (Video + audio) or elementary streams (separate video and audio) but they have to be dvd-compliant. When you import them at the start of the authoring process there will be various messages which are not be ignored. Lab Pro does not do any encoding of your assets unlike other, simpler, programs.
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