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BurnerState_EncodingMenu failure

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I am using NXT 6. I created a mp4 (AVCHD) file through Videowave. Now I want to create an iso file for burning the mp4 into blu-ray through MyDVD, but keep getting the error BurnerState_EncodingMenu failure. Reason: Out of memory code. I am using Surface Book 2 with 16 GB of memory, so I don't know why this message keeps coming. Even when I try to Preview Project it runs initially but when I click Menu it gives error. The build of MyDVD is 2.0.1.33. I switched the project setting to Hardware rendering but at the end of the iso creation the message crops up. I tried direct burning of Blu-ray, but again at the end the error message appears. Any workaround???

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Not long ago, Roxio started to charge extra for the capability to burn BluRay.  Is your version have the capability to burn BR i.e. did you buy the add on?

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Yes I did buy the add-on. It was a year ago that I last burned a BluRay. I don't know what changed in the interim?

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Is it possible to create the BluRay DVD from (videowave) directly in MYDVD without having to burn an ISO file first ?

In other words, is an ISO file required to burn a BluRay DVD ?

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It is possible that there is something screwed up in your project. 

To find out, download the free copy of Cyberlink's Power2Go and try burning the bluray.  The trial has all the nice features of the premium version for about 15 days so you should have the capability to burn the blu ray.  Since this is a free program, it is permissible to post the link to it.  You can remove it after this test.

If it burns, then we have to look further into the capabilities of Roxio's burner.  If it doesn't, there may be issues with your discs, your burner, your computer, etc.

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Thanks for recommending Cyberlink's Power2Go. I finished burning Blu Ray disks with no issues. In fact Power2Go is very fast in burning compared to Roxio. 

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The blu-ray part is a premium feature and will go away in a couple of days.

It looks like the project isn't the problem.   Have you tried what REDWAGON suggested (not making the ISO).

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Actually I first tried to burn blu-ray disc. But when it failed towards the end with the error message I thought of making ISO file. It is the burning part that is giving problem. Now if Roxio will stop supporting Blu-ray burning as you mentioned then probably the problem will not be fixed.

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You can purchase the BluRay plug-in from Corel and then it will work with your NXT program assuming you have a BluRay drive.

AS I remember the cost is not that much---$8 or so.

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6 hours ago, REDWAGON said:

You can purchase the BluRay plug-in from Corel and then it will work with your NXT program assuming you have a BluRay drive.

AS I remember the cost is not that much---$8 or so.

Isn't Roxio part of Corel. So if the Blu ray plug-in from Roxio does not work, what guarantee that Corel plug-in will work. Besides, I don't know where it is on Corel Website. Is it a stand-alone product like Cyberlink's Power2Go?

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