That's what I get for posting on breaks at work. I was really seeing if anyone had seen that. But yeah, should have posted it as a question instead of a statement or asked specifically later what I was looking for.
Well, if someone had run across that error no sense in giving them too much. I can give you what I know off the top of my head at this moment.
HP Pavilion m7250 Media Center
NVidia GeForce 9500-GT - installed Dec 08
LG GGW-H20L - installed 01/24/09
Yes, the encoding took all night. As for trying to burn to an ISO file or Disk it's the same problem It's before it gets to that point. But I did try a shorter file, which was the intro to the movie and that worked fine, even burned it to the BD-RE disk and put it in the player I have for my TV and it works. It goes from encoding, to importing, to burning to disk. But on that regular length movie it does the encoding fine but as soon as it hits the importing I get that error. But you would think if it encoded it then it was in a format it could accept for the import. Especially in the light of taking the smaller intro.
But a thought did occur to me. I can try taking just a small piece of the movie into a file and try that. At least then it's at least the first part of the contents of the original movie. That or just try a whole different movie. But I like the idea of taking a smaller piece seeing the intro worked. But also I'm going to look at the encoding of the intro and see how different it is to the movie itself.
I was able to take the intro to the movie and it all worked fine. So I'm going to try some other tests like in my last reply and see. If all else fails I'll try a different movie in case something is choking on some content somewhere.