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Every time to burn DVD "WITH MENU" in default or changed by My DVD 9, error message "8007000e Error while Encoding Menu" appears at starting of burning satage just after movie encoding finishes (at 97% indication) and fail to burn.

If I burn the same "DVD WITHOUT MENU", it burns good without any problem.

So, I cannot use DVD Menu of My DVD 9 yet and my recent DVDs are getting menuless.

Please help to fix this.

 

My PC is HP Pavillion m7690n with Win. XP Media Center Edition 2005.

Intel Core 2 duo 6400.

2 Giga memory.

nVidia Geforce 7600GT.

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Thanks for your valuable information on the same machine. I'll try your recommendation.

Anyway, by looking through EMC8 or 9 discussion group, I found many people are suffering by same (or almost same) problem claiming in different ways. It's a pity, isn't it.

 

Let me know if you get past this problem. You are the only person that I have found on this forum who has the exact model computer that I have, maybe we can collaborate on other issues too. Software should not require this kind of extensive experimentation to find work arounds, but it is the world we live in I guess.

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Thanks. I will try to use My DVD straight from Start, but I suspect the reason is system resources. I think we are doing the same thing, just going about it differently. I am turning off system tray stuff that I do not need while using resources for the Home Program. You are keeping system tray and not using home program resources. I am interested to see if the system runs any better. I also have issues with Videowave, and maybe launching that from start will alleviate the pain there too.

 

I recommend burning to Hard drive anyway. I have had a need to make additional copies at a later time because family members wanted one. It is easier to do a disc copy, rather than go through the burn process over and over again.

 

Thank you recommendation. I need to make enougjh space for it by burning out many files occupy my hard drive, first.

 

And Thanks all guys who put opinion in this thread!

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If you have these encoding errors follow these suggestions.

 

a) Follow the advice of the KB and update your video driver to the latest available for your card.

B) Start all the ROXIO sub programs from the "Start" "All Programs" and select Videowave, MyDVD and DiscCopier as you wish..(thank you keke)

c) Disconnect from the Internet

d) Run "msconfig" then click the StartUp TAB, select Disable ALL, and then reboot the system

e) Open VideoWave using the Desktop "start" "all programs" method

f) Create your slide show including movie clips etc.. if you wish..

g) Save it..and Close VideoWave

h) Open MYDVD using Start..All Programs..method

i) Add your videoWave file..using Add Movie and set up your menu's as you wish

j) Under File "Program settings" if your show is under 1 hour..Choose HQ. High Quality. Be sure to click the radio button to normalize the audio levels..

k Save your MyDVD creation

l) Select "Burn to disk file" (ISO)

m) When complete close MyDVD and Open DisK Copier with the Start..All programs method

n) Burn the DVD from the ISO file. Note Disk Copier will burn the DVD at the same quality found in the ISO File.

 

Have Fun..

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We should have mentioned to burn to an .iso file or Folder Set, before. Most of us do it this way. I think that I burned directly to a disc, one time, and that was a long time ago.

 

Also, you should shut down those services running in your system tray, and NEVER surf the net while your file is encoding. You are begging for more problems if you do so.

 

Addition to and revising my last information, I found simple solution of my problem, this evening as below.

 

When I open My DVDfrom "Roxio Creator 9 home", my menu encoding error occurs and it can be detected at preview stage as it fails to show movie in preview window. If I go further burning, it fails as before.

 

When I open My DVD directly from windows menu, It works well and "Burns to Disc" also works well (not necessary to save ISO Disc image now if only one Disc is enough).

 

Only that! No other complicated thing.

 

Now, as far as I open My DVD DIRECTLY from windows menu and NEVER open Creator home, My DVD burns good without fail.

 

After many try and errors, This small finding solved my problem and it is enough for me though I don't know what in Creator home was causing the problem.

 

FLHaus, Thanks for your initial suggestion and if you try this simple stuff by your machine, let me know the result.

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Every time to burn DVD "WITH MENU" in default or changed by My DVD 9, error message "8007000e Error while Encoding Menu" appears at starting of burning satage just after movie encoding finishes (at 97% indication) and fail to burn.

If I burn the same "DVD WITHOUT MENU", it burns good without any problem.

So, I cannot use DVD Menu of My DVD 9 yet and my recent DVDs are getting menuless.

Please help to fix this.

 

My PC is HP Pavillion m7690n with Win. XP Media Center Edition 2005.

Intel Core 2 duo 6400.

2 Giga memory.

nVidia Geforce 7600GT.

 

 

I have the same exact computer, and I have received that error too, however, not everytime. What I have done to mitigate the problem is before I burn a DVD, I reboot the computer if I was doing anything at all prior to the burn. I also make sure my anti virus and spyware SW are off. I get rid of all of the extra stuff in my system tray, and I do not have any other programs running. I have also permanently disabled the Roxio Watch tray and Drag to disc from start up. I then burn to the hard drive. After that, I will use disc copier to copy the ISO file to a RW DVD and try that in my DVD player to ensure I have a good burn (saves a lot of money, DVDs, and guess work). If that works, I use disc copier to make my final DVD. Sometimes I will get a simliar error at the end of the burn process, but the DVD seems to be okay and plays anyway. Until HP, MS, EMC, NVIDIA or some combination of the four vendors works together, I don't have hope for a fix. They all would rather point a finger at each other rather than fix the problem. Let me know how it goes.

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Addition to and revising my last information, I found simple solution of my problem, this evening as below.

 

When I open My DVDfrom "Roxio Creator 9 home", my menu encoding error occurs and it can be detected at preview stage as it fails to show movie in preview window. If I go further burning, it fails as before.

 

When I open My DVD directly from windows menu, It works well and "Burns to Disc" also works well (not necessary to save ISO Disc image now if only one Disc is enough).

 

Only that! No other complicated thing.

 

Now, as far as I open My DVD DIRECTLY from windows menu and NEVER open Creator home, My DVD burns good without fail.

 

After many try and errors, This small finding solved my problem and it is enough for me though I don't know what in Creator home was causing the problem.

 

FLHaus, Thanks for your initial suggestion and if you try this simple stuff by your machine, let me know the result.

 

Look at the last sentence in Post #8 of this thread. :lol:

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I am having the exact same problem on an HP m7334n Media Center configured as follows:

 

amd 3800+ X2

Media Center 2005 w/SP2

1 GB ddr400

250gb WD HDD

PNY 512MB GeForce 7600gs with Forceware 93.71 (Newest update avail. on nvidia site)

Directx 9.0c

 

I have found that I can avoid that error by selecting Make All Menus Still on the DVD Menu.

The menu burns fine, but then the burner applet hangs at burning image 99% and after a few seconds I get an error burning image error. The discs always seem to play just fine in a home theater system and on a portable dvd player.

 

I just came on here today and read about avoiding the error by loading mydvd directly, but I haven't tried it yet.

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I have the same exact computer, and I have received that error too, however, not everytime. What I have done to mitigate the problem is before I burn a DVD, I reboot the computer if I was doing anything at all prior to the burn. I also make sure my anti virus and spyware SW are off. I get rid of all of the extra stuff in my system tray, and I do not have any other programs running. I have also permanently disabled the Roxio Watch tray and Drag to disc from start up. I then burn to the hard drive. After that, I will use disc copier to copy the ISO file to a RW DVD and try that in my DVD player to ensure I have a good burn (saves a lot of money, DVDs, and guess work). If that works, I use disc copier to make my final DVD. Sometimes I will get a simliar error at the end of the burn process, but the DVD seems to be okay and plays anyway. Until HP, MS, EMC, NVIDIA or some combination of the four vendors works together, I don't have hope for a fix. They all would rather point a finger at each other rather than fix the problem. Let me know how it goes.

 

Thanks for your valuable information on the same machine. I'll try your recommendation.

Anyway, by looking through EMC8 or 9 discussion group, I found many people are suffering by same (or almost same) problem claiming in different ways. It's a pity, isn't it.

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I am having the exact same problem on an HP m7334n Media Center configured as follows:

 

amd 3800+ X2

Media Center 2005 w/SP2

1 GB ddr400

250gb WD HDD

PNY 512MB GeForce 7600gs with Forceware 93.71 (Newest update avail. on nvidia site)

Directx 9.0c

 

I have found that I can avoid that error by selecting Make All Menus Still on the DVD Menu.

The menu burns fine, but then the burner applet hangs at burning image 99% and after a few seconds I get an error burning image error. The discs always seem to play just fine in a home theater system and on a portable dvd player.

 

I just came on here today and read about avoiding the error by loading mydvd directly, but I haven't tried it yet.

Try that before anything else and see if that solves it for you.
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Thanks for your valuable information on the same machine. I'll try your recommendation.

Anyway, by looking through EMC8 or 9 discussion group, I found many people are suffering by same (or almost same) problem claiming in different ways. It's a pity, isn't it.

 

Well, of course the people who are having problems are going to post in the forums. Do you really think that they are the only people who have the suites?

 

Logic would tell me that the folks who aren't having problems aren't going to be posting here. ;)

 

I wish that I never had a problem with the suites. I wish that no one would have problems with the suites, but you have to put things in the proper perspective.

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Well, of course the people who are having problems are going to post in the forums. Do you really think that they are the only people who have the suites?

 

Logic would tell me that the folks who aren't having problems aren't going to be posting here. ;)

 

I wish that I never had a problem with the suites. I wish that no one would have problems with the suites, but you have to put things in the proper perspective.

 

Yes, right. I wish the same, too.

So, if someone could save one, many other people will be saved by reading that.

It looks to me that the menu encoding error problem of My DVD 9 is not the small problem of only one user.

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Yes, right. I wish the same, too.

So, if someone could save one, many other people will be saved by reading that.

It looks to me that the menu encoding error problem of My DVD 9 is not the small problem of only one user.

 

No, it is a problem by SOME, but I would be willing to bet, it is a very small minority. There still has to be a solution, and I don't know what it is.

 

I suspect that in some cases, it is lousy NVidia drivers. I am an ATI person, and this is the last NVidia based computer that I will build. I have had an error with encoding when going through the Home icon but was able to overcome that by using software rendering.

 

When I go through Start/All Programs....., it seems to work in hardware rendering.

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No, it is a problem by SOME, but I would be willing to bet, it is a very small minority. There still has to be a solution, and I don't know what it is.

 

I suspect that in some cases, it is lousy NVidia drivers. I am an ATI person, and this is the last NVidia based computer that I will build. I have had an error with encoding when going through the Home icon but was able to overcome that by using software rendering.

 

When I go through Start/All Programs....., it seems to work in hardware rendering.

 

Do you think so? Okay, I will try software rendering, too. Thanks.

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Addition to and revising my last information, I found simple solution of my problem, this evening as below.

 

When I open My DVDfrom "Roxio Creator 9 home", my menu encoding error occurs and it can be detected at preview stage as it fails to show movie in preview window. If I go further burning, it fails as before.

 

When I open My DVD directly from windows menu, It works well and "Burns to Disc" also works well (not necessary to save ISO Disc image now if only one Disc is enough).

 

Only that! No other complicated thing.

 

Now, as far as I open My DVD DIRECTLY from windows menu and NEVER open Creator home, My DVD burns good without fail.

 

After many try and errors, This small finding solved my problem and it is enough for me though I don't know what in Creator home was causing the problem.

 

FLHaus, Thanks for your initial suggestion and if you try this simple stuff by your machine, let me know the result.

 

 

Thanks. I will try to use My DVD straight from Start, but I suspect the reason is system resources. I think we are doing the same thing, just going about it differently. I am turning off system tray stuff that I do not need while using resources for the Home Program. You are keeping system tray and not using home program resources. I am interested to see if the system runs any better. I also have issues with Videowave, and maybe launching that from start will alleviate the pain there too.

 

I recommend burning to Hard drive anyway. I have had a need to make additional copies at a later time because family members wanted one. It is easier to do a disc copy, rather than go through the burn process over and over again.

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Let me know if you get past this problem. You are the only person that I have found on this forum who has the exact model computer that I have, maybe we can collaborate on other issues too. Software should not require this kind of extensive experimentation to find work arounds, but it is the world we live in I guess.

 

I took long time to try and fail last weekend.

But, by chance, I succeeded when I used following method.

 

In normal use of the PC, without rebooting for this trial.

Norton Internet Security on, Skype on, yahoo messenger on as usual in system tray.

Newly open My DVD 9 directly from windows menu (ie; start button).

Project setting in file menu : at left pane, 16:9, 3 box checked incl. prerendering menu and right pane, checked Fit to Disc.

Option in tool menu : Hardware rendering (it is default setting after test button pushed.).

(I tried software rendering, too, but in both cases, succeeded some but not others. So I switched back to default "Hardware rendering")

 

At above conditions, normally add video, save project.

At checking preview, confirm movie appears after menu when OK button pushed.

If it appears, go to burn but if not, go back to start new project and replace files.

 

At burning, I had some success and failure at "Burn to Disc" checked.

It seems better and reliable "to save Disc Image File to Hard Disk without using Burn to Disc" of My DVD 9.

By this process, I saw Burning Complete and succeeded to save perfect Disc Image file with menu in hard disk.

Once Image file is saved, "Creator Classic" was fast and easy to burn DVD for me.

Now I have several DVDs with menu, made by this procedure.

 

I have not verified enough this process because it takes long time to know the result of single try at one combination of conditions and there are already too many conditions to try.

(I hope that I won't lose many precious weekends in taking care of this suite application.)

 

Now, it looks to work in my case, so far, though it might not be the final solution.

Also, I could access internet by IE and checked web mail, during encoding process with success.

 

I hope this will help someone.

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I took long time to try and fail last weekend.

But, by chance, I succeeded when I used following method.

 

In normal use of the PC, without rebooting for this trial.

Norton Internet Security on, Skype on, yahoo messenger on as usual in system tray.

Newly open My DVD 9 directly from windows menu (ie; start button).

Project setting in file menu : at left pane, 16:9, 3 box checked incl. prerendering menu and right pane, checked Fit to Disc.

Option in tool menu : Hardware rendering (it is default setting after test button pushed.).

(I tried software rendering, too, but in both cases, succeeded some but not others. So I switched back to default "Hardware rendering")

 

At above conditions, normally add video, save project.

At checking preview, confirm movie appears after menu when OK button pushed.

If it appears, go to burn but if not, go back to start new project and replace files.

 

At burning, I had some success and failure at "Burn to Disc" checked.

It seems better and reliable "to save Disc Image File to Hard Disk without using Burn to Disc" of My DVD 9.

By this process, I saw Burning Complete and succeeded to save perfect Disc Image file with menu in hard disk.

Once Image file is saved, "Creator Classic" was fast and easy to burn DVD for me.

Now I have several DVDs with menu, made by this procedure.

 

I have not verified enough this process because it takes long time to know the result of single try at one combination of conditions and there are already too many conditions to try.

(I hope that I won't lose many precious weekends in taking care of this suite application.)

 

Now, it looks to work in my case, so far, though it might not be the final solution.

Also, I could access internet by IE and checked web mail, during encoding process with success.

 

I hope this will help someone.

 

We should have mentioned to burn to an .iso file or Folder Set, before. Most of us do it this way. I think that I burned directly to a disc, one time, and that was a long time ago.

 

Also, you should shut down those services running in your system tray, and NEVER surf the net while your file is encoding. You are begging for more problems if you do so.

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