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After so many try and error, my solution is to set Transcode: Automatic with H.264 codec I use 5d Mark III footage and it's 1920x1080 24p. I thought this might be a disc issue but i've tried several discs purchased this week and each one fails (expensive) plus the same thing was happening with previous times 4 As I am a Creative Cloud subscriber I do not have a serial number to input here. I am using CS6 and going crazy... http://beforeoverclock.com/device-error/device-error-code-3.php

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 2. The file is 9.66GB. Re: Blu-ray Error: "device error", Code "3", Note: "CreateStcSequence: Fail to write M25 File. If encore cant do this. Check This Out

Blu-ray Error Device Error Code 3 Note Createstcsequence: Fail To Write M2s File

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 34. Home » Forums » DVdoctor.forums » Shiny discs - VCD to Blu ray Error burning Blue Ray Discs Login or register to post comments 12 replies [Last post] September 26, 2010 Can you build to an image? Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 12.

Thanks for listening. Im running windows 7 64 bit, this might be why. I also tried a shorter one (2 hours) which allowed for higher Bitrate settings. Martin Beeren Jul 27, 2014 1:24 AM (in response to Lucky-Six) I have the same problem, can Adobe give a solution for this problem.I burn a dvd from the same project,

Is it protected? Fran Jon Geddes says: August 6, 2009 at 8:27 am Fran, Yes, that link is for this blog post. Re: Blu-ray Error: "device error", Code "3", Note: "CreateStcSequence: Fail to write M25 File. check that Regards, Sam Back to top mitcheft(RT.X2)Joined: 04 Jul 2005Posts: 86 Posted: Tue Jun 30, 2009 12:52 pm Post subject: Hi All Not sure if I have an answer to the problem.

Ignore preview   Bug: Setting User Permissions for menus or the disc results in an error during the build process of a Blu-ray disc Solution: User permissions are intended for standard After finalising my bluray and playing it on my Panasonic Bluray player, I've noticed that between every menu asset (ie., Intro > Main > Transition > Video) it doesn't run seamlessly. Robert Dickie says: March 17, 2010 at 10:56 am Thx John will try forums, it was just in case you had came across this One other point have you ever authored Fails as it starts to write Disc with error code as before.

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One man with courage makes a majority. We called Adobe and they suggested a work-around by creating an image file, as mentioned by others here. Blu-ray Error Device Error Code 3 Note Createstcsequence: Fail To Write M2s File I have Toast, but how do I burn an Encore project in Toast? Imgburn as the SD discs I burn work just fine, process and all.

I hope, it will help you. navigate here All of the marketing speak talks about how integrated and easy Adobe CC makes our lives, but this is an exception. Have burned DVD from Encore without issues. Maybe this build will be ready by the time I get to NAB on Tuesday?  Oh wait, they might have a new upgrade by then. 0 0 04/11/13--16:43: Slow BR build

DVD's have a unique folder structure and file types, which requires you to use an authoring program such as Adobe Encore. Ahora son las 04:14. -- English (US) -- Espaol (ES) -- Espaol 3.6.5 Contctenos - HD INFO - Archivo - Arriba Desarrollado por: vBulletin Versin 3.7.0Derechos de Autor Top Login or register to post comments FAQ Search Register Profile Log in to check your private messages Log in Blu-ray Error: "device error", Code: "3" Check This Out julianr97479138 Oct 2, 2015 8:38 PM (in response to rs sekhon) I created a Blu-ray Image.

Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. You should try exporting via the adobe media encoder. Mister_M View Member Profile Aug 26 2012, 11:54 AM Post #8 Advanced Member Group: MVP Posts: 1,659 Joined: 15-July 08 Member No.: 69,291 ZITAT(jeff5371 @ Aug 25 2012, 04:30 AM) Thanks.

Please go to the Nero ControlCenter and run the check for updates.Third- what is the source of the file you're trying to burn?

Lucky-Six Jun 12, 2012 10:46 AM I keep getting this error message about 11gb into burning a 22gb Blu-ray. "Blu-ray Error: "device error", Code "3", Note: "CreateStcSequence: Fail to write M25 Shaul says: January 25, 2010 at 7:43 am It doesn't fail during transcoding only after "build" is pressed. I did nothing just imported mp4 and it burned it on the DVD. After menu builds and transcode has completed, encore proceeds to build streams.

It works correctly when i simulize the navigation in the viewer, but when i burn the bluray, when I press menu, the disk don't even goes back to french nor german, I haven't even tried with CS6 yet, I still do the burn disc image. any ideas? 0 0 02/29/12--14:09: Encore CS5.1, Issue burning onto 8.5GB DL DVD using WIndows 7, 64bit Contact us about this article Is anyone familiar with the inability of Encore CS5.1 http://beforeoverclock.com/device-error/device-error-code-7696.php Contact us about this article I keep getting this error message about 11gb into burning a 22gb Blu-ray. "Blu-ray Error: "device error", Code "3", Note: "CreateStcSequence: Fail to write M25 File."

Here's the log file. (Tried to attach it but it's not readable)[20:41:58] ExpressUI Log restarted (Date: 08/22/2012)[20:41:58] ExpressUI Running Nero Vision Version: 7.2.16.100[20:42:04] ExpressUI Burn process started by user.[20:42:04] ExpressUI Destination: So unless you are set on a particular SD design, I would recommend using the HD ones. Incoming Links Re: Blu-ray Burning Re: ビルト中にdevice errorのメッセが出て途中で止まります Re: Blu-ray error message CS6 BUILD Legend Correct Answers - 10 points © 2016 Adobe Systems Incorporated. Regards, Sam Back to top NGC(RT.X2)Joined: 04 Jul 2005Posts: 59 Posted: Thu Jul 02, 2009 9:50 am Post subject: Your assistance paid dividends mitcheft wrote: Hi All Not sure if I

I suspected this may be a hardware issue of the player itself but was wondering if there was something I may have been doing wrong in the Encore set up. Back to top Matrox_Support_Sam(Moderator)Site AdminJoined: 04 Jul 2005Posts: 4136 Posted: Mon Jun 29, 2009 1:59 pm Post subject: Hi, Sorry for the misunderstanding.