MUXComp:Validating error. What is this?

Thomas Video wrote on 6/17/2009, 12:35 PM
I am trying to burn a Bluray disc. But after three hours of rendering I get this Error Message:

Dateiname: N/V
Status: MUXComp:Validating error. --- The 'PG_language_code' element has an invalid value according to its data type.

I seached for this Message her in the Forum, but did not fins anything.

The Bluray have two Videos, make use of 4 Subtitle Tracks and two audio tracks per Video. No Skrips. I dont see anything special.
I made mor or less the same Project as a DVD - no problems.
Version: DVDA 5.0b

I made already several other Blurays - no big Problems.

Anywone Any Ideas??? Help!!!

Thanks, Thomas


Steve Grisetti wrote on 6/18/2009, 5:24 AM
Mux errors are often related to audio.

Is your audio all from Vegas outputs?
Lyris wrote on 6/20/2009, 9:20 AM
"PG_language_code" will be "Presentation Graphics Language Code". The Presentation Graphics raster is normally used on BD to present subtitles.

Try changing the language of the subtitle tracks. Maybe you have an unusual one in there which crashes the program?
Thomas Video wrote on 7/2/2009, 3:47 AM
Thanks. You are right: The subtitles are in German, Estonian and Chinese (I know: this is a strange combination!). This plays fine as a DVD. Only the BD makes this trouble. In the moment I am in China. I will try some things when I am back home middle of July and let you know.

P.S.: All audio is from Vegas and is also used in the DVD Version without problems.
Thomas Video wrote on 7/10/2009, 9:47 PM
Hello! I am back from China! And I immediately tried out our suggestion:
You have been perfectly right! As soon as I use “Chinese” as the language of the subtitle track, the error occur. When I switch exactly the same Track to “English”, the Blue Ray renders fine.
So far so good. But now one problem remains: This Disc simply mend to have a Chinese subtitle track. And of course I would like the display of the player tell “Chinese” in this case and Not “English” or any other language. But as far as I can see, this seems to be a bug of DVDA and Chinese can not be used as a language at this time.
Is there a way to report this? So it may be fixed in the next Update? I am afraid it is to late for this disk. But I have to make several others in the future – with the same setup. And if this problem remains, I might need to switch to another Authoring software.
So: Is there a way to report this?
Thanks, Thomas