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#1 Tavoc

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Posted 29 September 2007 - 09:18 AM

i am running version 9.0.554 with windows xp i converted my avi files to dvd using winavi video converter then i opened my dvd express selected add new movie went to my movie folder clicked on the converted movie when i did it opened into 2 different files Audio_TS and VidEO_TS when i click on Audio_TS it has nothing in it and when i click on Video_TS it has 5 files in it Video_TS.IFO and has DVD printed on the file the next is called VTS_01_0.IFO and has IFO printed on the file the 3rd is called VTS_01_0.VOB and has VOB printed on the file the forth is called VTS_01_1.VOB and it has VOB printed on the file and the last on is called VTS_01_2.vob and it has VOB printed on the file i clicked on the one that had dvd primted on the file it opened and burned i put it in my dvd player and thier was no audio and the whole top part of the screen was green flickering...please can someone help me ive been up for almost 3 days trying to figure this thing out and this is the closest i have come can anyone tell me what im doing wrong am i suppost to combine the two files  somehow??? please any help would be appreciated

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#2 james_hardin

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Posted 29 September 2007 - 10:59 AM

If you ever find a single file in the AUDIO_TS folder take a picture of it and show it us. The folder is required but has never been usedů

I do not understand why you would use a 3rd party program to do what was not needed? Roxio is happy with AVI, MPG, MOV and most other mainstream video formats. I suspect that your winavi program is the source of your troubles.

Get some RW media and try one of your avi files directly.
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#3 Tavoc

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Posted 29 September 2007 - 05:29 PM

well i was told in another post that this program didnt support divx so i converted my file to dvd so it would let me click on it before when it was an avi it showed up as a red X when i tried to add it to the burn list...then when i converted it it let me click on it but only the video part i really dont know what im doing if there s someon that could help me burn my movies i would really appreciate it ive have been losing sleep and pulling my hair out for 4 days now over all this this was a last resort and it seems that it isnt working either

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Posted 30 September 2007 - 04:02 AM

If nothing else you have learned 2 things here.

Video is more complex than most people realize!

$30 software never cuts it in the real world!

I do not really know what to tell you at this point. I have faithfully avoided things like DivX, TiVo and other non-standard video wonders for just these reasons.

There are some others here who do deal in these formats, so hang in as one will come along shortly.
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Posted 30 September 2007 - 11:55 AM

well  what program would u recomend that i use? i really want to learn how to burn my own movies...if u could direct me in the right direction of a good program regardless of the cost i would really appriciate it

well  what program would u recomend that i use? i really want to learn how to burn my own movies...if u could direct me in the right direction of a good program regardless of the cost i would really appriciate it

#6 james_hardin

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Posted 30 September 2007 - 05:05 PM

QUOTE (Tavoc @ Sep 30 2007, 03:55 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
well  what program would u recomend that i use? i really want to learn how to burn my own movies...if u could direct me in the right direction of a good program regardless of the cost i would really appriciate it

well  what program would u recomend that i use? i really want to learn how to burn my own movies...if u could direct me in the right direction of a good program regardless of the cost i would really appriciate it

Well the full version of V9 as well as V10 will convert DivX or even output in that format.

The Red Box was intended to give the casual user something cheap to work with.
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Posted 30 September 2007 - 05:37 PM

Before getting EMC 9 or EMC 10, check the system requirements and be sure your system meets or exceeds them.  (The EMC 10 requirements for WinXP are incorrect if you want to do more than burn audio CDs; so be sure it greatly exceeds those "minimum" requirements.)

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