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    Michael commented  · 

    The only work around that I've found using windows 10 is to have Media Encoder create a high quality H264, you can use the YouTube1080p Full HD preset, and bring that into Encore and let Encore do the blu-ray encoding. I then have Encore make a disc image and use ImgBurn software to burn the blu-ray. A little clunky but it works.

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    Michael commented  · 

    Workaround is to have Media Encoder create High Quality HD 1080 file and have Encore import that MP4 file. Note that this worked when I un-checked the box in Encore prefers that has Media encoder do the transcoding. Apparently Adobe (from CC app) will not let me access older versions, Only options in pull down menu are tutorials and uninstall

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