I recorded some video on my camcorder and transfered it from the tape to VideoWave 9. From there Idesigned my whole production and them moved it over into MyDVD9 to create the menu and burn it. Once I created the whoel setup I went to burn the DVD and it kept freezing at 10%. I read through a lot of topics in here and eventually found out that it is sometimes related to a bad spot on the movie. So I went in a wiped out the spot it was freezing on and retried the burn it passed this point and then proceeded to freeze a few second later in the production. I am now up to about 19% in the movie an it is still freezeing at random points. Since getting to the 19% point I have been removing chunks of video at about 2 seconds at a time tring to get it to go past 19%, but everytime I remove the last section of video it just keeps freezing further back in the production. I'm getting very tired of editing what was my finished product just to get it to burn to DVD. When I review the recording there doesn't appear to be anything wrong that I can see, I am doing something wrong?
Also what is the easiest way to test if the movie is going to successfully burn to the DVD so I can edit and burn faster.
Any help would be appreciated. I am really hoping that I can get this complete by tomorrow.
Edit: I just had an idea. I had made my original movie in Windows Movie Maker before I bought the Roxio package. So I went back to my old movie in WMM format and imported that into MyDVD and set it to burn. So far it has got to 26% with no stopping problems and all the clips that I had to remove from my VideoWave9 prodution are still in the WWM production. So what am I doing wrong in Viedowave9 to case the buring errors?
I would really like to use VideoWave9 to create the movie as it is a much more robust tool, but at this rate I may have to re-edit my WWM production and ust burn it that way.
Edited by JayT, 31 March 2007 - 10:18 AM.