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HELP Encodes but will not burn


Mike Tetterton

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Once you have created an .ISO file all you need to do is DOUBLE CLICK the file and the appropriate software will open and let you place a blank disc in the drive to then burn the image

 

That's only true if Disc Copier is the file associated with .iso. Winrar and some other programs can have .iso as associated, so it's actually safer to right click and use 'Open with' and then navigate to Disc Copier (the first time - after that it will be at the top of the list)

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Mike - I removed the e-mail because this, along with all public boards, is trawled by spider bots and all that happens if you post your e-mail is you end up on a spammer's list

 

Anyway, have you updated your video drivers to the latest from the card maker and also do you have the latest version of DirectX 9.0c installed?

 

Again, did you try sending the rendered video to the hard drive as a .iso and then opening that with Disc Copier to do the actual burn?

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If this sorry software needs the latest version of DirectX then why isnt it part of the download and install. THIS SUCKS.

 

 

Complain to Microsoft - they're the ones who keep changing it. Also, Roxio can't update your video drivers for you. Only you can do that.

 

Did you try encoding and producing an image file as suggested by sending the output of the render to the hard drive ?

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OK I have a copy of by burn saved on hard drive as an ISO file. can you help me with WHAT TO DO NOW. Since I can not simply burn my project to a DVD as advertised.

quote name='gi7omy' date='Apr 22 2007, 02:52 PM' post='113902']

Complain to Microsoft - they're the ones who keep changing it. Also, Roxio can't update your video drivers for you. Only you can do that.

 

Did you try encoding and producing an image file as suggested by sending the output of the render to the hard drive ?

 

Lighten up, dude. Uncheck Burn to DVD, and put a check in the Burn to Image File, which is an .iso file. Then burn that file to a DVD using Disc Copier.

 

Make sure that you have created a folder to put that .iso file in, and also make sure that you give it a name, outside of the default image.iso name.

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