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#1 Scott(GA)

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Posted 01 April 2013 - 07:56 AM

I am using Roxio Creator 12 to attempt to burn edited Tivo files to DVD.

I transfer a Tivo file from my Tivo Premiere to my computer using Tivo Desktop. I edit the transferred file using Roxio Creator 12's "Edit Video - Advanced" Button. [ Roxio VideoWave ] I am able to edit the Tivo File and save the resulting work in a DMSM file.

After finishing editing I now click on the DVD button in VideoWave - this transfers my work to MyDVD which should allow me to create a DVD of the edited Tivo file.
Shortly after MyDVD starts via the process I have described so far, I get the following Error Box.

Error Box is displayed as follows:

Title of Box

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

Message in Box

Runtime Error!

Program C:\Program Files(x86)\Roxio 12\VideoWave13.exe

R6016
- not enough space for thread data


Starting up MyDVD independently - without any video file loaded up - causes no issues. About 5 seconds after I try to load the file DMSM file I saved earlier [ edited Tivo file ] I get the same error box as I have described.

I have almost a TB of free space on my hard drive. Any thoughts to what the problem is?

Best regards,

Scott

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Posted 01 April 2013 - 08:48 AM

View PostScott(GA), on 01 April 2013 - 07:56 AM, said:

I am using Roxio Creator 12 to attempt to burn edited Tivo files to DVD.

I transfer a Tivo file from my Tivo Premiere to my computer using Tivo Desktop. I edit the transferred file using Roxio Creator 12's "Edit Video - Advanced" Button. [ Roxio VideoWave ] I am able to edit the Tivo File and save the resulting work in a DMSM file.

After finishing editing I now click on the DVD button in VideoWave - this transfers my work to MyDVD which should allow me to create a DVD of the edited Tivo file.
Shortly after MyDVD starts via the process I have described so far, I get the following Error Box.

Error Box is displayed as follows:

Title of Box

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

Message in Box

Runtime Error!

Program C:\Program Files(x86)\Roxio 12\VideoWave13.exe

R6016
- not enough space for thread data


Starting up MyDVD independently - without any video file loaded up - causes no issues. About 5 seconds after I try to load the file DMSM file I saved earlier [ edited Tivo file ] I get the same error box as I have described.

I have almost a TB of free space on my hard drive. Any thoughts to what the problem is?

Best regards,

Scott

How long in time is the video you are working with?

Have you tried outpuuting to a video file while still in Videowave? This would tell you if there is a problem with your project. You could output (export) to DVD mpeg, best quality. and if that works then use the created video file in myDVD to create your DVD.

If it fails in Videowave, you might be able to tell where it fails and make corrections.

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#3 Scott(GA)

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Posted 01 April 2013 - 09:32 AM

View Postmyguggi, on 01 April 2013 - 08:48 AM, said:

How long in time is the video you are working with?

Have you tried outpuuting to a video file while still in Videowave? This would tell you if there is a problem with your project. You could output (export) to DVD mpeg, best quality. and if that works then use the created video file in myDVD to create your DVD.

If it fails in Videowave, you might be able to tell where it fails and make corrections.

1.  The length of the recording is one hour.  After editing, the material remaining is a bit under 55 minutes long.

2.  I don't know exactly what this is so the process will be something new for me.  I'll see if I can figure out what you are referring to and report back with results and/or questions.

Best regards,

Scott

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Posted 01 April 2013 - 09:52 AM

View PostScott(GA), on 01 April 2013 - 09:32 AM, said:

1.  The length of the recording is one hour.  After editing, the material remaining is a bit under 55 minutes long.

2.  I don't know exactly what this is so the process will be something new for me.  I'll see if I can figure out what you are referring to and report back with results and/or questions.

Best regards,

Scott

The following might help you get started:

Double-click on your dmsm project file. This will launch Videowave and load your project
Then click on "Output" on the main menu bar and then click on Export As.
The Make Movie window will open
-select Video File as your Destination
-in the Purpose dropdown menu select DVD playback (check NTSC if in North America)
-in the Video Quality drop-down menu select MPEG-2 for DVD, best quality
-setup the filename and location for the output file
-click on Create Video File

If the file is created successfully, play it with Windows Media PLayer (or any other player) to check if it is Ok

If yes, then launch myDVD and add the mpg file you just created and proceed to create a menu and burn

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Posted 01 April 2013 - 10:39 AM

View Postmyguggi, on 01 April 2013 - 09:52 AM, said:

The following might help you get started:

Double-click on your dmsm project file. This will launch Videowave and load your project
Then click on "Output" on the main menu bar and then click on Export As.
The Make Movie window will open
-select Video File as your Destination
-in the Purpose dropdown menu select DVD playback (check NTSC if in North America)
-in the Video Quality drop-down menu select MPEG-2 for DVD, best quality
-setup the filename and location for the output file
-click on Create Video File

If the file is created successfully, play it with Windows Media PLayer (or any other player) to check if it is Ok

If yes, then launch myDVD and add the mpg file you just created and proceed to create a menu and burn

Well I think we are learning things.  I did as you said with a couple of exceptions because of Creator software limitations.

Referring to your "to-do" list:

After I clicked on "Export As" a Warning Window opened:

WARNING

One or more Tivo files have been detected in your project.  Due to restrictions on Tivo files, your output resolution has been restricted to the 640 x 480 resolution limt for convering Tivo files.

I hit the OK button in the Warning Box and that took me to the Make Movie window.

I again followed your directions until I got to Video file quality

The only option I was offered to input was

MPEG-2 for DVD, smallest file size

I continued to the bottom of the Make Movie window and hit the "Create" button.

The file was created and I was able to manipulate that file with MyDVD to create a DVD.

The good news:

I used MyDVD to create a DVD from the Tivo file that had been causing the Runtime error.

The bad news:

The image quality isn't adequate.  The source program was HD source material.  I have made HD DVDs using Roxio Creator in the past but now I am unable to.do so.

Best regards,

Scott

Edited by Scott(GA), 01 April 2013 - 10:45 AM.


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Posted 01 April 2013 - 12:01 PM

You said   " I have made HD DVDs using Roxio Creator in the past but now I am unable to.do so."    How did you do that?  :blink:

You can make high definition discs only to AVCHD discs and blu ray.  Everything else would be standard definition 720 by 480 -- if you are burning to a disc.
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Posted 01 April 2013 - 12:52 PM

View Postsknis, on 01 April 2013 - 12:01 PM, said:

You said   " I have made HD DVDs using Roxio Creator in the past but now I am unable to.do so." How did you do that?  :blink:

You can make high definition discs only to AVCHD discs and blu ray.  Everything else would be standard definition 720 by 480 -- if you are burning to a disc.

Perhaps it wasn't HD after all but the resulting DVD's looked very good..

Here's what I would do.

I transfered the HD program to my PC using Tivo Desktop.

I edited it in VideoWave

I clicked the "Send to DVD" icon in VideoWave

I clicked on the DVD icon.

I then created a DVD.

Regardless of what it was, Creator isn't doing it now.

Best regards,

Scott

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 07:09 PM

Amid the sound of crickets...

During the past couple of days pursuing this issue I was advised in another forum to bypass Roxio Creator by using another program to decode the Tivo file into a mpeg file.

Since this advice required using a non-commercial program, I moved forward in fits & starts with it.  However I was finally sucessful at using this program to make the conversion AFTER I disabled a software switch in my Tivo Desktop labled "Use the fastest method available when transfering files from my TiVo DVR"

It had been noted that the TiVo to MPEG conversion utility that I was utilizing would not function with a TiVo file that was transfered to a PC with the above software switch was on.

Well, I thought, if this utility has issues with a file transfer so perhaps other programs might as well.

I have now transfered a 1-hour television program from my TiVo Premier to my PC with the "Use the fastest method available when transfering files from my TiVo DVR" disabled.

Using Roxio Creator 12 I edited and created a DVD without any issues.

I'm going to try this again with another television program but I'm thinking that having the "Fast Transfer" enabled may have been the issue.

I will report back to this forum with my results in the near future.

Best regards,

Scott

Edited by Scott(GA), 03 April 2013 - 07:11 PM.


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Posted 04 April 2013 - 05:16 AM

Thanks for that information.  Let us know about your success with other TIVO captures.
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Posted 04 April 2013 - 07:20 AM

I'm currently in the middle of trying to create a second DVD using a second transferred TV program via Creator 12.  The DVD isn't complete yet but, prior to the "fast transfer" switch being disabled in Tivo Desktop, I had been getting the Runtime error long before this point.

Here's a link to the discussion on this issue in Tivocommunity.com

http://www.tivocommu...ad.php?t=502797

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Scott

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 08:00 AM

Second DVD sucessfully created.

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 01:18 PM

View Postsknis, on 01 April 2013 - 12:01 PM, said:

You said   " I have made HD DVDs using Roxio Creator in the past but now I am unable to.do so." How did you do that?  :blink:

You can make high definition discs only to AVCHD discs and blu ray.  Everything else would be standard definition 720 by 480 -- if you are burning to a disc.

Thanks for pointing out this information.  I didn't realize the output resolution of MyDVD was dependent on which of the 4 selection icons on display when MyDvd starts up - DVD, VCD/SVCD, Blu-Ray & AVCHD.

Today I took one of the TV programs I had sucessfully transfered, edited & burned to a DVD and attempted to use the AVCHD option to burn to a DVD.  I kept trimming the source material until MyDVD indicated that there would be burned at Highest Quality.  I had to trim the program to about 40 minutes to get to that point.

I then burned that material to DVD and played it on my Blu-Ray player.

Best regards,

Scott

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 02:00 PM

View PostScott(GA), on 04 April 2013 - 01:18 PM, said:

I kept trimming the source material until MyDVD indicated that there would be burned at Highest Quality.  I had to trim the program to about 40 minutes to get to that point.

Scott

That time is about right for an AVCHD disc.  How did it look?   If you need a little more time, try a double layer disc.
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Posted 04 April 2013 - 05:20 PM

3rd TiVo file transfer and subsequent burning to DVD done sucessfully.

It appears, in this case, the TiVo Desktop "Fast Transfer" software switch was the culprit.

I think this issue has been fixed.

Thanks to all for their support.

Best regards,

Scott

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 05:28 PM

View Postsknis, on 04 April 2013 - 02:00 PM, said:

That time is about right for an AVCHD disc.  How did it look?   If you need a little more time, try a double layer disc.

It may be my aging eyes catching up with me but, with the content I was using, the difference was not as dramatic as I thought it would be.  Yes, I could see some differences but the Standard Definition output wasn't bad in comparision with the HD output.  That coupled with the difference in cost of the media (regular DVD vs. Double-Layer), I'll probably stick with Standard Definition output for most purposes.

It's always good to learn something so, again, thanks for bringing this misperception regarding output to my attention.

Best regards,

Scott

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Posted 11 August 2013 - 01:37 PM

I'm curious as to what the root of the problem is.  If I take a TiVo file that is 3 hours long (burn to Blu Ray), and covert it to another format, I have no problems.  It seems to have a problem specifically with the TiVo format.  Why is that? Also, when I first built my machine, I was able to burn Tivo files successfully until I did all the Windows Updates.  At some point I started getting this message...




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