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Dropping Frames


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Hi all, any tips on this poser please....running Win10 ,have 2013 Creator NXT PRO that up to now has produced decent dvd's from videos from my Canon camera .

For some reason now when burned onto a dvd there are many frames dropped making the playback jerky, am using the same blank discs as before.

 

A second attempt then gave the error code 8004520 -ERROR WHILST ENCODING MOVIE, tried changing the render to hardware after re-installing the prog ,the error mesage has gone but still getting frames being dropped after burning onto dvd , any simple things i can try please ?

 

Apologies if posted on wrong board .

 

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I can't say this is the problem, but NXT is not Win 10 certified.

 

NXT 4 & 5 are but they have been cut back so far from what you have, that I cannot recommed them.

 

Software Rendering works best, hardware is the default. Also putting several cuts in your clip seems to help.

 

And always use HQ settings even if you have to go to a bigger disc (8.4) or split your project across more DVDs.

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Thanks for the info ,will try the advice....seems odd though Jim that it has been ok on Win10 for yonks , but i guess that pc's for you !

Just what is the best product Roxio has for simply making dvd's that is ok with Win 10 please ?

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..seems odd though Jim that it has been ok on Win10 for yonks , but i guess that pc's for you !

 

 

You need to remember that Windows 10 has been through two big iterations since it was first released, and a host of little ones.

 

The Anniversary edition (1607) was a year after the first release, and more recently the Creators' edition (1703) was pushed out to Windows 10 operators.

As well as the involuntary main edition changes, there are now compulsory "monthly rollups" so it's very difficult to manage your Windows updates and see what software is being broken by the sweeping changes Microsoft makes.

 

What used to run under Windows 10 might falter after these changes.

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I do not have Windows 10, but it seems to me, from reading posts here, and at other sites, Windows 10 is not the OS to turn to. I have no need to move on from Windows 7 Pro. And, I just stepped up from XP about 3 weeks ago. It is superior, in most ways, over XP. You can take, with a grain of salt, what I say. I only know what I have seen. I have no need, at this age, downgrade to Windows 10. I have not yet seen a good reason to have Windows 10, on your computer, unless it came with it installed already.

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