DVD Architect burn errors

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JT Cole

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I attempted to burn a DVD I created from video captured from my DV camcorder in Sonic Foundry's DVD Architect but it did not work. Here is the error message I got. If anyone can tell me what the problem is I would appreciate it very much:

The command failed due to a IOCTL error. Your interface
or drive may be configured incorrectly.








'SFMMCX'-(17)
'atapi'-(1)
-'DVDRW IDE1008 0054'-(1)
Module sfmmcx.cpp Line 1648

Status: ff000000
Command: 2a 00 00 00 06 40 00 00 20 00
Sense: 02 04 04
Info: 00 00 00 00
Specific: 80 00 5b
Extra: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
 
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Okay--lets go through the process---You captured a video (avi) file via your camcorder---brought it into your computer and played with it using your NLE (Vegas). The next step would be to render the final product to MPEG2 (not one)--this can be done either in your NLE or in DVD Architect. After rendering is complete you can burn your DVD. Give us a little more in terms of your work flow.
 

JT Cole

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OK sounds like you pretty much got it down. I take the video with my Canon Optura camcorder, capture the video in Vegas 4.0, render the files as MPEG2, switch to DVD Architect, prepare files, then attempt to burn where I inevitably get the error I displayed earlier. Any ideas?
 
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