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Trouble Burning Dvd From A Youtube Download


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I downloaded a youtube video and burned a dvd. No problem with the burning or playback. Working on a second project and I can't get it to burn. The project consist of two video part 1 and part 2. I tried the convert to dvd like I did the first time. I couldn't get it to burn. Then I did advance and did iso to my dvd and tried to burn didn't burn. Unfortunately I'm using memorex dvd. It worked with the first one.

 

MP4 conversion to DVD

 

 

Roxio 2012 pro

 

thanks

Mike

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Please tell us exactly what you are doing or what you did.

"I couldn't get it to burn. Then I did advance and did iso to my dvd and tried to burn didn't burn." does not tell us very much.

DO you get any error messages? What program from C2012 are you using? How long in time is your total project?

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I downloaded a youtube video to mp4

Roxio pro 2012

Copy and convert video

selected Movie from desktop

Out to DVD

Save file to Disc/disc image

Press green button to start burn

Looks like it's burning

get error code 0x130c000a

length of video according to wave is 17 minutes 21 sec.

 

I was able to burn another video from youtube the day before using the same steps as my last try (as stated above).

 

I hope I captured all the info you needed.

 

thanks

Mike

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You say you're using Copy and Convert Video, so we know you're using that part of the Creator Suite, but that step is probably not needed.

 

At some point, you should be using MyDVD, but you don't specifically say that. Is that the "Out to DVD" step?

 

If all you want to do is put a single MP4 file onto a playable DVD, with no menus, all you should have to do is open MyDVD, select, DVD - No Menu for the project type, add your MP4 file, then you can write (burn) it to a disc image file (File Folder or .ISO) and then burn that to DVD. You don't need to do a conversion before that.

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OK, let me try that. I might not be able to get back to you right away. I have to take my mother in law cat into have it's hair clipped and washed.

 

Do I need to convert to an iso file. I'm following your last paragraph.

 

thanks

Mike

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I love a happy ending.

 

And if you want menus, you can still go directly to MyDVD and leave the menus. Or if you want to combine the two videos first, you can do that in VideoWave. Again, no converting first. Save that project, and in MyDVD, you can use the VideoWave project file (.dmsd?) as your source, which will use your source video(s).

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