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Cannot create iso of mpeg-2 project


Rayi

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I have about an hour and half of a mpeg-2 video project but it will not render to an iso. Everything in VideoWave works, except when burning to iso on hard drive. Nothing happens. It normalizes the audio then stops. I tried converting the mpeg-2 to an AVI in Videowave, hoping that would make it easier but it keeps saying "the buffer is not big enough". It has plenty of hard drive space: 45gig. I even tried using an external usb2 with 125 gig free space. Can you increase the buffer? thanks

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I have about an hour and half of a mpeg-2 video project but it will not render to an iso. Everything in VideoWave works, except when burning to iso on hard drive. Nothing happens. It normalizes the audio then stops. I tried converting the mpeg-2 to an AVI in Videowave, hoping that would make it easier but it keeps saying "the buffer is not big enough". It has plenty of hard drive space: 45gig. I even tried using an external usb2 with 125 gig free space. Can you increase the buffer? thanks

 

Take that VideoWave project into MyDVD and try. If it only goes to 0%, that is an indication that your video drivers need updating.

 

If updating them doesn't work, change to Software Render, and try burning to the .ISO file.

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Take that VideoWave project into MyDVD and try. If it only goes to 0%, that is an indication that your video drivers need updating.

 

If updating them doesn't work, change to Software Render, and try burning to the .ISO file.

 

I discovered that if I do not check "Normalize Audio" then it works fine. I guess since it is one continuous mpeg-2, it should not need normalizing. Not sure why I even check "Normalize Audio"; it never seems to work anyway.

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