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#1 Lighthouse10

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Posted 24 September 2010 - 07:58 PM

After creating my first slideshow, it appeared all was well. At the end of the burn I rec'd the message: 8007000e Error While Encoding Menu. The DVD would not work on either of my two DVD players. Tried to burn a second DVD, same error. Using Magnavox DVD-R 4.7 GB disk. Any suggestion will be appreciated.

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Posted 25 September 2010 - 03:23 AM

After creating my first slideshow, it appeared all was well. At the end of the burn I rec'd the message: 8007000e Error While Encoding Menu. The DVD would not work on either of my two DVD players. Tried to burn a second DVD, same error. Using Magnavox DVD-R 4.7 GB disk. Any suggestion will be appreciated.


Do a search on that error (top right on this page, click on the little icon beside the word search).

#3 Marko S

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Posted 02 October 2010 - 10:33 AM

I have the same problem with burning DVD. I have installed SP1 on 2011.

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Posted 02 October 2010 - 04:35 PM

If you have the same error, then please do the same thing suggested in post #2.

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Posted 17 November 2010 - 01:42 PM

If you have the same error, then please do the same thing suggested in post #2.


Well, I find that answer somewhat ambiguous. I have Creator 2011 pro (with SP1) and am getting this "8007000e Error while  Encoding Menu" message as well.
My system is an AMD Phenom 9550 Quad Processor with 8gb memory and 4.6T of disk space. I am running Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium and for the longest time
while creating this project, I couldn't get past the "not responding" messages. Today I discovered the folder in which I was trying to burn an ISO image
was read-only, but got no messages from Roxio regarding this problem. I solved that, but now am getting the error while encoding the menu. The project I am
working on consists of 18 film clips that I am making chapters with. The rendering worked until Menu time, so what can you advise me to do at this point?
SP1 was installed before I began the project.

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Posted 17 November 2010 - 02:55 PM

Well, I find that answer somewhat ambiguous. I have Creator 2011 pro (with SP1) and am getting this "8007000e Error while  Encoding Menu" message as well.
My system is an AMD Phenom 9550 Quad Processor with 8gb memory and 4.6T of disk space. I am running Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium and for the longest time
while creating this project, I couldn't get past the "not responding" messages. Today I discovered the folder in which I was trying to burn an ISO image
was read-only, but got no messages from Roxio regarding this problem. I solved that, but now am getting the error while encoding the menu. The project I am
working on consists of 18 film clips that I am making chapters with. The rendering worked until Menu time, so what can you advise me to do at this point?
SP1 was installed before I began the project.


In MyDVD (Create DVDs), click on Tools/Options, then click in the circle to the left of Software under Render using. Then click OK. You will lose any 3D transitions that you have in your production, though.

Then burn to an .iso file, and see if that message is eliminated.

Also, don't be doing anything, with your computer, during the time that the file is encoding.

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