Well maybe I'm not explaining myself properly. It did export the text to the folder that now holds the video clip after the export yes. But the way Windows DVD maker works, it appears that once that folder is put on the DVD it doesn't have that text there that explains which clip it is. For instance Roxio worked Where I had about 50 clips, and let's say I labeled one "Christmas 1996". Then it will on the DVD menu have those words so I know what the clip is. On Windows DVD maker it seperates scenes but doesn't have that label
I understand what you are saying, but you are saying the option is there to have lower quality to make more time on the DVD...the issue is that Windows DVD maker doesn't have an option at all about having lower quality to make it longer or even like an auto fit option. It simply won't let me do more than the hour.
I definitely did put text on each video clip from the Roxio program (and it did have chapter menus that showed that text on the first few DVDs that worked from Roxio), once I use Windows DVD maker though it won't put that text on the DVD
So it did work by using Windows DVD maker, only issues I didn't like was that the text of each video clip doesn't show on actual DVD like it did from Roxio.
Also, the Roxio DVDs that did work held about an hour and 40 minutes, for some reason the same DVDs only hold an hour on Windows DVD maker
Gonna try it now. One question...I notice when you click "scenes" to pick a specific scene on the DVD to watch after it's done, the text that I named each single video clip (over 50 in total) isn't on the DVD. It doesn't have that text that explain what each video clip is. Any way around that? It did show it when I used the Roxio software to burn the DVD
The only picture there would be is the "problem writing to disc". I'm sorry, a close family member just passed so I don't have the time to post the picture. Any help going forward would be appreciated though
I simply did what you said. You pop the DVD in and do it the way you mentioned. After a few minutes it pops out and says problem writing to the disc. Every time I do this the disc is blank because it wasn't able to write anything to it