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error, after error after error in dvd maker

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Denys, Apr 14, 2010.

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  1. Denys

    Denys Thread Starter

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    HI, I have had 4 frustrating errors in movie maker. :mad:

    Firstly, It said 'Cannot save the movie to the specified location...' when publishing my movie maker video to my computer, then when that was resloved I got a message saying 'Unspecified error' when burning to my disc. I solved that as well by burning my movie into 5 parts of 15 minutes. I then tried to join the 5 published parts in dvd maker to burn to my disc but then I got an error message saying 'DVD burner not found'. I resolved that by disabling and reenabling the CD/DVD drive. Now my latest error says that it cannot burn the movie (stops encoding at about 0.8%)

    CAN SOMEONE PLEASE PUT AN END TO THIS STRING OF ERRORS??????

    Thanks,

    Denys

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  2. johnebadbak

    johnebadbak

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    what format is the original video file mpg? i take it that you want a dvd video_ts folder to burn to dvd disc?
    if burner is dropping the burning process then usually a defrag of the hdd, the files are stored on will fix that problem
    Program i use for creating dvd folder video_ts (it will handle most video formats as well) and thats dvdflick do google search for the web site..
     
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