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MediaMonkey encoding errors
Updated by Russell Samuels on Sep 20, 2016

MediaMonkey encoding errors generally occur if:

  • Attempting to encode a source file that isn't playable by MediaMonkey due to codec problems, DRM issues, or inaccessibility of the source file.
  • Attempting to encode to WMA using Windows 10 Anniversary edition
  • The file cannot be written to the destination location. This can occur because:
    • The destination is invalid (e.g. the conversion or sync destination is configured to a location that doesn't exist).
    • MediaMonkey doesn't have appropriate permission to write to the destination location (e.g. permissions are set to read-only) in which case the destination should be changed or permissions adjusted.
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