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Burn Project Progress Always 0% - Nothing Happens


MaitreMind

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I select to burn a Microsoft Media Center Recorded file (.dvr-ms) EMC-8 successfully converts it to an .mpg file. I then open MyDVD Express, select a new menu, change the menu title, Add New Movie by selectiing the new .mpg file, it opens successfully, click Create Disk at the bottom, Burn Project window opens and I click Burn, then both status bars always say 0% after 12+ hours.

 

Why isn't this burning? :(

 

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MaitreMind

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Updated DirectX9 to latest version - rebooted

Uninstalled the Monitor Driver - rebooted

Re-installed the Monitor Driver (had latest) - rebooted

Uninstalled the ATI Radeon Video Driver - rebooted

Re-installed the ATI Radeon Video (had latest) - rebooted

 

Ran Full MyDVD to create Menus, clicked Burn icon

 

Still the same thing both status bars remain at 0% after 12+ hours :(

 

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MaitreMind

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I select to burn a Microsoft Media Center Recorded file (.dvr-ms) EMC-8 successfully converts it to an .mpg file. I then open MyDVD Express, select a new menu, change the menu title, Add New Movie by selectiing the new .mpg file, it opens successfully, click Create Disk at the bottom, Burn Project window opens and I click Burn, then both status bars always say 0% after 12+ hours.

 

Why isn't this burning? :(

 

Thanks,

MaitreMind

Try updating Directx9 to the latest. Then update the drivers for your video card. If your video card already has the latest drivers, ninstall them, reboot so the Windows generic ones are being used, then re-install them.
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Updated DirectX9 to latest version - rebooted

Uninstalled the Monitor Driver - rebooted

Re-installed the Monitor Driver (had latest) - rebooted

Uninstalled the ATI Radeon Video Driver - rebooted

Re-installed the ATI Radeon Video (had latest) - rebooted

 

Ran Full MyDVD to create Menus, clicked Burn icon

 

Still the same thing both status bars remain at 0% after 12+ hours :(

 

Thanks,

MaitreMind

That's interesting. Could you please post your computer specs? How long is the video you are trying to burn - time? Remember only one hour of video at best quality will fit on a disc; a little less than 2 hours at reduced quality.

 

 

Let's try another track. After you have added the file to MyDVD, select tools then options from the top menu and put a dot next to the word software. Open project settings and deselect fit to disc and select best quality. The next step will fit that video on the disc as long as it is less than 2 hours.

 

Go to burn and uncheck all the options except for burn to image (iso) file. Name the iso file and select the location you want it. Select burn. If the encoding does not start or hangs, there is a problem with the converted file. If the encoding starts and proceeds to the end, just copy that iso file to the disc.

 

If you can't copy, then that pretty much means that there is a problem with the burner. You may want to update the firmware, or change the brand of discs you are using.

 

Please come back and let us know if you've made any progress. :)

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I don't want to upgrade indiscrimately but is this something version 9 would fix?

 

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MaitreMind

 

When you clicked burn, did you select create iso (image) file and deselect all other options? If not, do so. If the program hangs there, open VideoWave add the video and then output the video to an mpg2 for DVD file. If it hangs there, then that file is a problem and we go back to the question where you got it from?

 

No just upgrading to V9 will not fix your problem.

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Still no go... I even installed on another laptop I have and it wouldn't work on it either.

 

Computer Specs:

HP Pavilion Media Center

Intel Pentium D Processor 915 w/two processing cores at 2.8Ghz

2048MB PC2-4200 DDR2 SDRAM memory

250GB 7200RPM Serial ATA hard drive

Integrated ATI RADEON XPRESS 200 Graphics

256MB of shared video memory

Cache: 2x2MB L2 Cache, Bus Speed: 800MHz Front Side Bus

Optical Drive(s): SuperMulti DVD Burner with LightScribe Technology: 16x DVDR, 8x DVD+RW,

6x DVD-RW, 8x DVD+R DL, 4x DVD-R DL, 5x DVD-RAM, 16x DVD-ROM, 40x CDR,

32x CDRW, 40x CD-ROM

 

The movie is about 2 hours yet I've copied a DVD to another DVD and I think they were over 2 hrs. I had, by default, fit to disk selected originally.

 

On both machines I notice this line repeating itself in the log files:

GEV_VOBGRAPH_NO_SAMPLES_RECEIVED : param1 0 param2 = 0

 

Thanks,

MaitreMind

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