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I am trying to create ISO image in myDVD in Creator 2011 and receive the above error. Movie seems to encode just fine. I have to wait for the whole encoding process to see this error. Only happend when I began using 'chapters' feature. Any ideas? Much appreciated.

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I am trying to create ISO image in myDVD in Creator 2011 and receive the above error. Movie seems to encode just fine. I have to wait for the whole encoding process to see this error. Only happend when I began using 'chapters' feature. Any ideas? Much appreciated.

 

 

In MyDVD, click tools, click options, under Render using, click in the circle to the left of Software.

 

Try it now.

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I am trying to create ISO image in myDVD in Creator 2011 and receive the above error. Movie seems to encode just fine. I have to wait for the whole encoding process to see this error. Only happend when I began using 'chapters' feature. Any ideas? Much appreciated.

 

How about some more information on your project? How long in time? Are you using any 3D transitions?

Describe how you are using the "chapters" feature.

 

You could also try to switch the rendering mode: in Tools/Options select the other render method.

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How about some more information on your project? How long in time? Are you using any 3D transitions?

Describe how you are using the "chapters" feature.

 

You could also try to switch the rendering mode: in Tools/Options select the other render method.

NONE of the above works, I've had this problem from the getgo myself the ONLY solution thusfar has been to select different Menu Styles and NOT be running ANYTHING else of consequence when encoding, and then cross your fingers that it doesn't bomb in the end of the 9 hour run.

 

I've been VERY fortunate that the error has digressed in frequency since I took out some major firewall and av software, but I've presented this question again in forum to see if I can once again begin multi-tasking w/o fear during encoding with roxio.

 

IF someone has a solution short of re-install your OS, please present it, I will entertain anything of reasonable intelligence

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NONE of the above works, I've had this problem from the getgo myself the ONLY solution thusfar has been to select different Menu Styles and NOT be running ANYTHING else of consequence when encoding, and then cross your fingers that it doesn't bomb in the end of the 9 hour run.

 

I've been VERY fortunate that the error has digressed in frequency since I took out some major firewall and av software, but I've presented this question again in forum to see if I can once again begin multi-tasking w/o fear during encoding with roxio.

 

IF someone has a solution short of re-install your OS, please present it, I will entertain anything of reasonable intelligence

 

9 hours? What are you making an AVCHD disc or a blu-ray disc. Anything else should not take anywhere near that long. What else are you running that has a higher CPU priority then the encoding? How many processes are started when you reboot your computer?

I can typically do other things with my computer but I keep them at a minimum - e-mail or surf the web; not both. Games, listen to Pandora, etc. There is something slowing down your computer ! :unsure:

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NONE of the above works, I've had this problem from the getgo myself the ONLY solution thusfar has been to select different Menu Styles and NOT be running ANYTHING else of consequence when encoding, and then cross your fingers that it doesn't bomb in the end of the 9 hour run.

 

I've been VERY fortunate that the error has digressed in frequency since I took out some major firewall and av software, but I've presented this question again in forum to see if I can once again begin multi-tasking w/o fear during encoding with roxio.

 

IF someone has a solution short of re-install your OS, please present it, I will entertain anything of reasonable intelligence

 

Why did you hijack this thread with a totally unrelated problem?

 

There is something seriously wrong in your system if it takes 9 hours to render a (standard?) DVD with that system you have. What running process takes up most of the CPU time?

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NONE of the above works, I've had this problem from the getgo myself the ONLY solution thusfar has been to select different Menu Styles and NOT be running ANYTHING else of consequence when encoding, and then cross your fingers that it doesn't bomb in the end of the 9 hour run.

 

I've been VERY fortunate that the error has digressed in frequency since I took out some major firewall and av software, but I've presented this question again in forum to see if I can once again begin multi-tasking w/o fear during encoding with roxio.

 

IF someone has a solution short of re-install your OS, please present it, I will entertain anything of reasonable intelligence

 

Actually, it works quite well.

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It helps in some cases yes! and I am doing blu-rays mostly

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Actually, it works quite well.

Sorry I didn't mean to hijack the thread I just saw I had a reply and thought it was in my thread I will deleted the last message if I can

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Sorry I didn't mean to hijack the thread I just saw I had a reply and thought it was in my thread I will deleted the last message if I can

 

I believe that your post was directed to Walt, but that is okay. If you are multitasking, while encoding video, that is about the worst thing you can do, no matter how powerful of a machine you have.

 

Listen to the folks here. They (me too) have had a lot of experience with the Roxio software, over the years.

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I ran in to this issue also and although I have run across several ideas how to fix this issue, nothing seemed to work.

 

I found I was getting this issue when I created a video with a lot of scenes and using only small bits of each video that I was using (ie: Using only 10 seconds of a 1 minute video clip) like when I was making a high light video for my son's football season.

 

I came across a solution completely by accident and it seems to work well... I hope it works for you and others who seem to have the same issue... Here is what I did:

 

Instead of going to 'MyDVD' after I finished the editing my video, I decided to us the 'Output' menu (Between the 'Tool' and 'Help' options on the top menu bar).

 

When the "Make Movie" popup cam up, I then seleted the "Video File Quality" feature and choose a style that I could watch on my computer with the highest resolution (Windows Media Video 9, 1920x1080 VBR).

 

I gave it a file name clicked 'Create Video File' button and saved it to my desk top.

 

I then shut Roxio down, restarted it and opened the "Edit Video - Advanced" mode. I then chose "Create a new production:", chose my format and then loaded my 'Windows Media Video 9' file that I just created in the '1' Storyline Video slot.

 

From here, I then went to 'MyDVD', made my Menus and the DVD burned quickly and without a hitch!

 

This series of events described above helped end an all-night (up to 3:30am) burning a DVD school project for my daughter for her English class, due that morning and a huge part of her grade! Thank God for a solution, because I would have never lived it down had my daughter and her team all received 0 points on this 300 project, worth 20% of their grade (it was their 'final').

 

Since I had to sweat out worrying about getting this video done under a time restraint, I figured there might be other fathers or mothers in the same boat and if I can help you get a few more that 3 hours sleep on a night your daughter needs her DVD burned, then my lack of sleep was well worth it!

 

Hope this helps!

 

Here is a YouTube link to the project, just in case you want to see what took a night's worth of sleep.

 

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Topic is a Year Old!!!

 

Your file choice would produce the worst results for someone who is interested in BD Quality :huh:

 

ALWAYS output to the same quality as the source file...

 

But the method of outputing to a file, then using that file in MyDVD is sound when faced with these types of errors!

 

Also tends to resolve those nasty Authorscript errors as well ;)

Edited by Jim_Hardin

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I ran in to this issue also and although I have run across several ideas how to fix this issue, nothing seemed to work.

 

I found I was getting this issue when I created a video with a lot of scenes and using only small bits of each video that I was using (ie: Using only 10 seconds of a 1 minute video clip) like when I was making a high light video for my son's football season.

 

I came across a solution completely by accident and it seems to work well... I hope it works for you and others who seem to have the same issue... Here is what I did:

 

Instead of going to 'MyDVD' after I finished the editing my video, I decided to us the 'Output' menu (Between the 'Tool' and 'Help' options on the top menu bar).

 

When the "Make Movie" popup cam up, I then seleted the "Video File Quality" feature and choose a style that I could watch on my computer with the highest resolution (Windows Media Video 9, 1920x1080 VBR).

 

I gave it a file name clicked 'Create Video File' button and saved it to my desk top.

 

I then shut Roxio down, restarted it and opened the "Edit Video - Advanced" mode. I then chose "Create a new production:", chose my format and then loaded my 'Windows Media Video 9' file that I just created in the '1' Storyline Video slot.

 

From here, I then went to 'MyDVD', made my Menus and the DVD burned quickly and without a hitch!

 

This series of events described above helped end an all-night (up to 3:30am) burning a DVD school project for my daughter for her English class, due that morning and a huge part of her grade! Thank God for a solution, because I would have never lived it down had my daughter and her team all received 0 points on this 300 project, worth 20% of their grade (it was their 'final').

 

Since I had to sweat out worrying about getting this video done under a time restraint, I figured there might be other fathers or mothers in the same boat and if I can help you get a few more that 3 hours sleep on a night your daughter needs her DVD burned, then my lack of sleep was well worth it!

 

Hope this helps!

 

Here is a YouTube link to the project, just in case you want to see what took a night's worth of sleep.

 

 

 

You again posted to a dead thread. The OP hasn't been online here, since last June.

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I ran in to this issue also and although I have run across several ideas how to fix this issue, nothing seemed to work.

 

I found I was getting this issue when I created a video with a lot of scenes and using only small bits of each video that I was using (ie: Using only 10 seconds of a 1 minute video clip) like when I was making a high light video for my son's football season.

 

I came across a solution completely by accident and it seems to work well... I hope it works for you and others who seem to have the same issue... Here is what I did:

 

Instead of going to 'MyDVD' after I finished the editing my video, I decided to us the 'Output' menu (Between the 'Tool' and 'Help' options on the top menu bar).

 

When the "Make Movie" popup cam up, I then seleted the "Video File Quality" feature and choose a style that I could watch on my computer with the highest resolution (Windows Media Video 9, 1920x1080 VBR).

 

I gave it a file name clicked 'Create Video File' button and saved it to my desk top.

 

I then shut Roxio down, restarted it and opened the "Edit Video - Advanced" mode. I then chose "Create a new production:", chose my format and then loaded my 'Windows Media Video 9' file that I just created in the '1' Storyline Video slot.

 

From here, I then went to 'MyDVD', made my Menus and the DVD burned quickly and without a hitch!

 

This series of events described above helped end an all-night (up to 3:30am) burning a DVD school project for my daughter for her English class, due that morning and a huge part of her grade! Thank God for a solution, because I would have never lived it down had my daughter and her team all received 0 points on this 300 project, worth 20% of their grade (it was their 'final').

 

Since I had to sweat out worrying about getting this video done under a time restraint, I figured there might be other fathers or mothers in the same boat and if I can help you get a few more that 3 hours sleep on a night your daughter needs her DVD burned, then my lack of sleep was well worth it!

 

Hope this helps!

 

Here is a YouTube link to the project, just in case you want to see what took a night's worth of sleep.

 

[media=]

[/media]

 

Are your sources all 1920x1080? If not then you are just wasting your time as well as creating lower quality in the end. If you are going to a standard DVD then the resolution is 720x480 and your 1920x1080 will be reduced to the lower setting anyway. Why then go through the extra conversion step?

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Too funny how concerned everyone is that this is a 'dead' thread over one year old... Or the quality of the video has to be perfect.

 

You are right, the thread maybe a year old, but when I was having my issues last month trying to find a way to solve them, my Google search lead me here and since my search lead me here, it is a reasonable assumption that others might be lead here also... regardless of the age of the thread. So, if others were going to be lead here, I though some of those 'others' might appreciate a resolution that did not require a degree in computer engineering.

 

It was a quick fix that resolved the problem I was running into attempting to burn my project to a DVD. In regards to the quality of the video, the end product was perfect for what we needed. It was not some Hollywood production we needed; it was a school English project. Even if this project had been for a home made video for viewing at home, the quality of the video was more than sufficient for our needs.

 

Remember, there are times when not being 'perfect' is still ok. Before you decide to tear someone down for their answer, you might want to think about what their need really was... and their intentions of why they posted. My intentions were just to help someone else in the same situation I found myself and hopefully save them a few hours of heartache

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Only if you want to be mediocre all your life..

 

Then setting the bar that others view as a tripping hazard is OK. :lol::D:lol:

 

Why post to year old thread when you can start your own? Then again I guess it depends on your 'bar' :huh:

 

The original post (actaully the first post crasher) was about BD which is unrleated to what you are doing...

 

(nothing serious here just a bit of humor ;) )

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