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When I encode, I do not get any files. They are not in my folder.

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Posted: 01 Feb, 2008
by: Admin A.
Updated: 01 Feb, 2008
by: Admin A.
When MediaPress encodes, you need to specify a valid location.  Valid means that
you have write permissions to that directory.  Also you cannot save to the ROOT
location of the drive.

Another thing to watch out for is to make sure the name of the file is a valid OS
X name.  OS X does not allow certain punctuations and characters in the name
field.  And there is a 27 character limit on the filename length.  So keep your
names short, using only letters and numbers, and save them to valid locations.

Document: 10281
Created: 8/21/05
Modified: 8/21/05
Product: MediaPress
Version: MediaPress X
Mac OS: 9.x, 10.x
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