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Will Not Copy To Properly Dvd

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My videos play fine using the Roxio program. but as soon as I try to convert them to DVD I have problems. If I use high quality, i end up getting a message that says error writing to DVD and the system crashes. If I use low quality, it goes through the process and says it finished, but the quality of the video on the DVD is basically unviewable ( with good audio)

 

I have to say this product has been a huge disappointment so far.

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My videos play fine using the Roxio program. but as soon as I try to convert them to DVD I have problems. If I use high quality, i end up getting a message that says error writing to DVD and the system crashes. If I use low quality, it goes through the process and says it finished, but the quality of the video on the DVD is basically unviewable ( with good audio)

 

I have to say this product has been a huge disappointment so far.

 

No useful information in your post. Exactly what are you doing? What are you converting and from what? How long in time is your video? If your video is longer then 60 minutes it will be compressed and you lose quality. A DVD can only hold 60 minutes of video a High Quality.

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Even with that, it should not end by crashing...

 

If you Export to an HQ file under Computer, what happens?

 

If that works, and you start a New Project using that Exported File, does it work then?

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just a swag, but if you right click the program icon on the desktop, and click "properties", then the "compatibility" tab, fiddle with the compatibility mode, and check the box under "privilege level" to run program as administrator----maybe, maybe not, might work.....good luck (I had same problem)

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just a swag, but if you right click the program icon on the desktop, and click "properties", then the "compatibility" tab, fiddle with the compatibility mode, and check the box under "privilege level" to run program as administrator----maybe, maybe not, might work.....good luck (I had same problem)

 

NO!

 

NEVER - EVER use compatibility mode!!!!!!!!!!

 

It was only put into Windows to adapt early MS Programs...

 

Administrator Only Applies to the Install, never to the running!

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