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EMC 9 Suite Hangs up buring Images


JayK

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No problem building slideshow, but when recoring to DVD systems seems to hang up in very last 'burning image' step - have waited hours or more....

 

Is there a limit to images or any other observation anyone has.... doing about 86 images in ver low res format?

 

Smaller slide programs seem to work ok.

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No problem building slideshow, but when recoring to DVD systems seems to hang up in very last 'burning image' step - have waited hours or more....

Is there a limit to images or any other observation anyone has.... doing about 86 images in ver low res format?

Smaller slide programs seem to work ok.

Many times this is caused by a marginal graphics card set up. First update the drivers for your card/chip if you haven't done that already. Update to the latest DirectX 9c also.

 

I have other two suggestions. First, did you create your project in Video Wave? If so, output that project to a file. Use the film reel icon just above the preview image. Select mpg2 for DVD best quality. For future reference, do your slide show projects this way. If the project doesn't encode, there is something in your slide show that is incompatible such as a music file, transition duration, or other. You can trouble shoot the project there since Video Wave will hang when it encounters the problem. Note the time and go back to that point to see what is going on.

 

Note, if you create an mpg2 file of a slide show, you will not be able to use the option to archive the images on the DVD. In that case, you can add the project to MyDVD. You can still output that file to mpg2 if you still need to trouble shoot issues.

 

Next, open MyDVD from the Windows Start Programs path rather than from the EMC 9 Home page. Build your project with menus and then go to the top menu to select tools, options and then put a dot near software. When you are ready to burn, select create ISO image as the only option. Name the file and where you want it to be stored. After the ISO file has been created, open Disc Copier. If you wish, you can preview the image file there. If it is OK, just copy that ISO file to your blank DVD.

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