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'Unspecified error' message appears when burning on movie maker

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Denys, Apr 5, 2010.

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  1. Denys

    Denys Thread Starter

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    Hi, I have made a 45 minute long video on movie maker 2.

    I wanted to burn it to a disc. So I went on Publish Movie > DVD (in movie maker) and so it started burning onto my disc. However, after about an hour of 'Encoding' it stopped at around 42% and displayed a message saying 'Unspecified error'. I tried again and the same happened at around 40%.

    What's wrong? Is it my disc or the movie?

    Can somoene tell me how to fix this?

    Thanks,

    Denys


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    OS : Vista
    Disc : Phillipps 4.7 GB
     
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    I've read in another thread that i should split the video into smaller parts as the unspecified error is the file size. Is this true?
     
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    Hello????????? Can somebody help please?????

    It's urgent. I need the DVD done by April 19th
     
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    OK, I've bought a new disc (DVD+RW), but now when I click on Publish Movie > DVD, it takes me to windows dvd maker and shows a message saying 'unspecified error. 0 files out of 1 have been successfully added'.

    The error message is pretty much the same, so what is the problem??????

    Any reply would be appreciated here.

    Thanks,

    Denys
     
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