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  1. Mark Hicks

    Video 'stutters' When Burned To Blu Ray

    myguggi - thanks - that's exactly the problem. I'm no nearer to fixing at this stage.
  2. Mark Hicks

    Video 'stutters' When Burned To Blu Ray

    Sure here it is: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3eN_x7oYET7YmUtYlo5SVpPMjA/view?usp=sharing I've not had a chance to take any of the steps above yet but will do so asap. Thanks all
  3. Mark Hicks

    Video 'stutters' When Burned To Blu Ray

    Thanks - I've sent the link. Appreciate the help! Mark
  4. Mark Hicks

    Video 'stutters' When Burned To Blu Ray

    Thanks all, I've rendered an ISO with the settings suggested by Digital Guru , same results as before I'm afraid.
  5. Mark Hicks

    Video 'stutters' When Burned To Blu Ray

    I'll check the background programs, thanks.
  6. Mark Hicks

    Video 'stutters' When Burned To Blu Ray

    Stuttering is in the ISO file. I've burned to a BD-RE and can see it on the PC and on the Blu Ray player connected to the TV
  7. Mark Hicks

    Video 'stutters' When Burned To Blu Ray

    Source files are MP4's created in iMovie on a Mac
  8. Mark Hicks

    Video 'stutters' When Burned To Blu Ray

    Hi, I've tried it with a movie that's 6 minutes long and one that's 1.5 hours long, no difference.
  9. Mark Hicks

    Video 'stutters' When Burned To Blu Ray

    Thanks for replying. I'm following the steps above almost exactly, except rather than encode the video using Blu Ray HQ I'm choosing High Defininition in Videowave MPEG-2 1920 x 1080 25 fps. I'll use the settings you suggest and report back. Thanks again Mark.
  10. Hi All I'm encoding a video using Videowave in Creator 11 - MPEG-2 1920 x 1080i 25 fps. When completed this plays back smoothly and all appears well. I then attempt to burn a Blu - Ray (I've used the AVC and MPEG options) using the software option at High Quality and there is a stuttering, jerky feel to the video when it plays back. I've tried changing the framerate but that then runs smoothly for a few frames before then appearing to make a larger "jump". I'm burning to an ISO first, then to disc, to no avail - anyone have any suggestions? Thanks Mark _____________________________ Dell XPS 8300 Intel Core i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90 Ghz 12 GB RAM NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti
  11. Mark Hicks

    Error 8004521E Error While Recording Menus

    Well, I can only tell you what I have done in the past to make this work. Record the race coverage onto several VR formatted DVD-RW on my Sony DVD recorder. If you have Sky Formula 1 in the UK that usually rolls out to around 4 hours Import it using TMPG Express and render it into a MPEG-2 file at around 8 GB Open a new project in MyDVD, set it to HQ and 8.5 GB and import the MPEG-2 file. That works. Sorry Jim, it just does. I could share any number of image files with you that demonstrate it but if you don't like Formula 1 then I don't expect you'd enjoy them! However Digital Guru's post got me thinking so I checked the run time of the US Grand Prix coverage and it was a monster, running to 4 hours and 27 minutes. So with a bit of editing on the MPEG-2 file in Videowave I got the running time down to 4 hours 14 minutes and hey presto, it worked perfectly. I really do appreciate the help here, there isn't one time I've ever been on here that I haven't found the answer somehow. Thanks all!
  12. Mark Hicks

    Error 8004521E Error While Recording Menus

    Hi all My video drivers are right up to date and I'm already rendering in Software. I did burn the image file that resulted but this disc would not play or even register in the drive. The film is some 4 hours long but that's never given me an issue in the past. Earlier GP programs this season the same length have burned just fine. I also burn two highlights programs onto a 8.5 GB disc and they run longer than 2 hours together. Thanks for your comments. Mark
  13. Hi all Help! I'm trying to burn a project that consists of one 7.3 GB MPEG-2 file to an 8.5GB DVD in High Quality (It's last weekend's US Grand Prix - how fantastic was that?) This encodes absolutely fine and encodes the menu but when it gets to the recording menu step I get: 8004521e Error while recording menus I thought the easiest way around this with just the one film was not to bother with a menu at all and choose the DVD, no menus option. But, still the same error. I'm creating an image rather than burning directly to disc. An image file is created but is useless. Any suggestions? Thanks all! Mark
  14. Mark Hicks

    Video Is "choppy" In VideoWave

    I've tried everything exactly as you suggest and the juddering remains. Any further suggestions? Thanks
  15. Mark Hicks

    Video Is "choppy" In VideoWave

    OK. As you can see from my signature, I've treated myself to a new PC. The video editing problem wasn't the only reason for this but it was a contributing factor. As far as I can tell from my specs now I should have no problem, but guess what, the video remains choppy!! I did all the prep steps before install because as we know, out of the box PCs are completely out of date as far as drivers are concerned, My Direct X is up to date, the video and audio drivers are up to date and windows is up to date but still the same problem. I've encoded using hardware and software, I've converted the file to another format and tried to work with that, all have proved fruitless. Can anyone help with this? Mark
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