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I have never been able to get a good quality DVD from mydvd. I started with Creator NXT 7 Pro and just upgraded to 9 Pro and I still have the same issue. Any DVDs I burn are of very poor quality--pixelated, jumpy-- while BD-R discs are somewhat better. I'm using videos from a Sony Handycam 4K recorder that are converted to MP4 by sony Play Memories software. I create the movies through Roxio VideoWave. When complete the videos play beautifully through windows media player, but are just trash once burned to DVD. I tried creating ISO files and then burning to disc from the ISO files (saw that suggestion on here) but that made no difference. Blu Ray discs come out looking okay, but are certainly not Blu ray quality. They're more like iffy standard DVDs. Any thoughts? I've tried changing my export settings in videowave and every other setting I can think of. This should not be happening, so there's something going on! Thanks for the help.
I am running into problems trying to burn discs. I am continuously getting an 'out of memory' error when trying to burn a DVD. While being no expert I have seen this before with other programs & it seems to relate to where the temporary files are stored for burning. Unfortunately, I can't change that directory & I suspect it defaults to the system drive (which is largely eaten up by Windows). Any ideas/suggestions? NXT4 is installed on a drive with over 1 TB of free memory.
I run WindowsXP on a desktop PC. I've installed Easy CD & DVD burning from Roxio on it a couple of years ago, and so far it worked great for burning CDs. Now I want some of my movieclips burned on a DVD for a friend who doesn't have a computer. But the program "MyDVDexpress" in Roxio wants MPEG-2 codec(s) activated first. Clicked through that, but then it says "Invalid product key". The key is correct, was recognized in the registration just now. What's wrong? There doesn't seem to be another way to burn DVDs with this program. Any advice (besides getting a different DVD-burner)?
I am constantly getting this error while trying to burn DVDs. I have tried defragmenting hard drives beforehand, tried DirectX updating (all current), uninstalling & reinstalling the software, but the problem persists. It has cost me a great number of DVDs and is becoming most annoying. I have tried searching for update patches for Windows 8.1 to no avail. Any suggestions?