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It looks like you are going about it all wrong. The easiest way is to open the sequence in Encore using the Adobe Dynamic Link feature. This allows you to bring the Premier Pro sequence into Encore without physically saving a rendered copy which not only saves drive space but also reduces the loss of quality that you get from compression each time you export the file. Another big advantage to this method is that if you go back and make any changes to the sequence in Premier those changes will automatically be carried over to Encore. For example say you have some text applied in Premier and you spot a spelling mistake when you are working in Encore, you just go back to Premier and fix it and the changes will automatically be applied to the sequence you are using in Encore because both programs are using the same sequence. Here is a screen grab of how to do it.

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