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    BurnerState_EncodingMenu failure

    You can purchase the BluRay plug-in from Corel and then it will work with your NXT program assuming you have a BluRay drive. AS I remember the cost is not that much---$8 or so.

    BurnerState_EncodingMenu failure

    Is it possible to create the BluRay DVD from (videowave) directly in MYDVD without having to burn an ISO file first ? In other words, is an ISO file required to burn a BluRay DVD ?

    creating the best video file?

    MPG vs MP4----- Both mpeg2 and mpeg4 can maintain about the same quality of audio in the encoding process. The mpeg2 uses H262 encoding while mpeg4 uses H264. Though mpeg2 compression is simpler than mpeg4, mpeg4's, mpeg4's compression is an improvement over mpeg2 format. Compared to mpeg2 mpeg4 is a far more versatile encoding format. For this reason I have used MP4 for most all my videowave productions which include video. choose what ever you have at your disposal for your videowave and DVD productions and compare I prefer MP4 !!!

    creating the best video file?

    My suggestion for the format to use for a DVD and/or for others that would want to watch it on their phone or ? would be an MP4 video file. I use the free trial program "VLC" to convert many of my video files from my video cameras and have had no problems. If you choose, check the internet for the program VLC and use it for conversions.

    creating the best video file?

    What is the format of your video (on your camera, and on the videowave program ? (AVI-MP4-mpeg or ?? ) If it's an AVI or MP4 you can just download it to your tablet and it should play there. If it's in your videowave program it will also play on your computer. And from your videowave program when finished, it can be placed in MyDVD program and play there also. How large is the video (in time not memory) ? Approx. I Hour time max. on a DVD should give good results.

    MKV Support Dropped in Nxt 7?

    Have no idea why NXT7 won't play your MKV file but as a work around ---- Go on the internet and download the program "VLC". add your MKV file to it and there is an option to convert it to an MP4 file. Then use that MP4 in your MyDVD.
  7. Have no idea of why your other video doesn't play but the one you attached plays fine, audio and video wise.
  8. When you start a new production in Videowave and do quite a bit of work on it you should save it before it gets too large as a dmsm file to a folder of your choice that contains ALL of the photos, music, videos etc. all in the same folder. If it stops for some reason and you want to continue working on it later, go to the folder where you save the original and right click on it and open with videowave as your option. I when I do this I usually look for the "DAT" file associated with my particular production (which will have been saved in that same folder) and delete it. Now when you open up the last saved production it will automatically re-establish a new DAT file. that original production you save will never go away (unless you deliberitly delete it) and should be used where you last saved it.

    Burned DVD, want to edit it now, can I and how?

    I do not want to fix the photos, just wanted to take some out and include others and change some of the songs If that's all you want to do Marie, that can be done very easily in Videowave. Just go back and add the original Videowave program you saved and before you sent it to MyDVD. (hopefully you saved it) It will have the extension .DMSM. Removing and/or adding photos in Videowave is simple. So is adding or changing music.

    Burned DVD, want to edit it now, can I and how?

    Bottom line Marie... You have to have a separate program (free or otherwise) that has the ability to remove portions of a video !!! A video is a video. to extract certain portions of it requires a program that can do that. And the only FREE one I know of that can do that is "HD Movie maker APP" and can be downloaded from MS IF you are running W10. NOT sure if previous versions of Windows OS can. How large is the video you have that you want edited ? Can you attach it (the MPG you have) to a post so we can take a look at it ?

    Burned DVD, want to edit it now, can I and how?

    also downloaded the free version of Wondershare it extracted the vob files from the DVD but when it converted it to mpg it also came as movie clips and not separated photos. Either you have a video OR photos one or the other. Originally did you take a bunch of photos and somehow make a video of them ??? What ever you did to start with (assuming photos), go back with the photos and edit them to delete the photos you don't want and make another video. Sorry Marie, but I am confused as to what you had to start with, how you made the video, and then how you made a videowave production ????? Did you try the "HD Movie Maker" I suggested to extract out the photos in the video that you don't want ??

    Burned DVD, want to edit it now, can I and how?

    ....can I extract the burned dvd and make it into a avi. or mp4 file Yes...BUT you will need a program that will do that and Roxio program suite you have has no program that can do that. If I am wrong someone will surely correct me---LOL I own a program that can. It is called "Wondershare Uniconverter". It's NOT free but does many tasks that are extremely valuable when working with Video files. If you insert your DVD into the drive and look at it's properties you will see a file name like the ones I posted (i.e. VOB being one of them). With my program it will convert the VOB file to most any other format like AVI, MP4 etc. Then you can use that video in Videowave. BTW, that program does NOT have then ability to edit video files, just convert to any other format. There are other FREE programs that can do the same. Another FREE program that can edit the video like you wanted is available as an app if you are running W10. it's named "HD Movie Maker" I have that app also and it will do lots of good stuff with video files also. Good Luck.

    Burned DVD, want to edit it now, can I and how?

    VOB is one of the various file extension for a DVD that has already been rendered and burned. Here's an example....

    Burned DVD, want to edit it now, can I and how?

    What are you referring to when you say "extracted video" Is it the video that you edited in Cyberlink ? what is the format of your Extracted video ? (avi, MP4 etc.) If you have a video that is compatible with the types of videos that DVD or Videowave are compatible with, you should be able to insert that video in videowave.

    Burned DVD, want to edit it now, can I and how?

    Yeah, not sure if my suggestion was clear enough. If you have the original video (not yet edited as you want) I was suggesting that you use Cyberlink to re edit the video and then make a new DVD of Videowave production. Bottom line...you can not edit out just portions of a video while in DVD or videowave program. Only can remove portion of beginning or ending of it.