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Video Skips, Halts, Out of Sync With Audio


KellyL

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I have created my video in Premiere Pro. Video works great. Playback my video to test in Windows Media Player. Video looks great. Import into My DVD Express (My Dvd won't burn...get same error message over and over...80040207 Error While Encoding Menu). My DVD Express burned the disk, but the playback was terrible.

 

Skipped jpegs, showed some jpegs, stalled video, showed some video, skipped titles...

 

Contacted tech support..

 

Ticket 332221

 

Followed all instructions:

 

Upgrade NVidia driver

Upgrade DirectX

Remove all startup items

Disk defrag

Disk Cleanup

 

Problem persists.

 

Any suggestions?

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I have created my video in Premiere Pro. Video works great. Playback my video to test in Windows Media Player. Video looks great. Import into My DVD Express (My Dvd won't burn...get same error message over and over...80040207 Error While Encoding Menu). My DVD Express burned the disk, but the playback was terrible.

 

Skipped jpegs, showed some jpegs, stalled video, showed some video, skipped titles...

 

Contacted tech support..

 

Ticket 332221

 

Followed all instructions:

 

Upgrade NVidia driver

Upgrade DirectX

Remove all startup items

Disk defrag

Disk Cleanup

 

Problem persists.

 

Any suggestions?

First add your computer specs to your signature by using the My Control at the top of the page and then select edit signature. Look at other signatures to see the type of thing that should be posted. Make sure you describe your video card/chip thoroughly.

 

V9 Premier Pro does not seem to be listed or I missed it. Is that what you really have?

 

Does DVD Express allow you to burn to an iso file? If so, select that and after the project encodes, open Disc Copier (if you have that), navigate to the iso file and preview it there. If it looks OK, copy the iso file to the DVD blank.

 

You are using a good quality DVD blank, aren't you.

 

If you really have something that is V8, read this KB article about the hot fix. Are you trying to create a VCD or an SVCD? That's a transition problem.

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