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Can't Burn From Mydvd Or Output From Videowave


I've made a 20 minute photo slideshow in VideoWave, brought it in to MyDVD and created a project with titles, etc. but when I go to burn to DVD I get the following error:



80046000 Error while Opening Project

80004003 Error while Encoding Movie 1

80004003 Error while Aborting


I've also tried to output the slideshow right from VideoWave but it always stops rendering at 99%.


This is the first project I've made on my new computer and using Creator NXT2, and I've tried everything I've read on the forums to try to solve the problem:

I've repaired, reinstalled, rebooted etc., I've turned off my Antivirus and Firewall, I've tried to just create an iso file without burning a DVD (I'm not really sure how to do this, so I'm not sure if I'm doing it correctly or not) but NOTHING seems to make any difference, I can't burn OR output my project.


These are the parameters of my computer:


Windows 8.1



Model: ASUS Desktop PC M11AD Series

Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-4460S CPU @ 2.9GHz 2.90 GHz

Installed memory (RAM): 12.0GB

System type: 64-bit Operating System, x64-based processor


Any sage advice or help would be much appreciated, as I'm at my wits end and have already spent so much time on this project!!



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Until you solve the rendering problem there is not much point in trying to burn to DVD or even to a iso file.


When it stops rendering in Videowave, how long do you wait before terminating the program? Do you have to terminate using Task Manager or can you stop from Videowave?


Have you tried deleting a few of the last "elements" in you project to see if the problem still occurs? How large are your "slides", ie what dimensions are the images?

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I've waited up to half an hour or more before giving up hope, but have been able to stop from Videowave (by hitting the cancel button).

There are about 320 photos, images ranging from 300KB to 2.5MB, on average 1MB each.

I will try deleting some of the last files, but I tested it with a few other projects that I had made (and even made a new simple one using small images just for testing) with the same dismal results.

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Just for grins, a search on your error code came up with another thread here. The "solution" was a cold boot of the computer. Of course, if you've already done that, then that might not help.

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