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Just Simple Burning


rehmwa

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So let's say I have a folder with a movie on it. A handful of .vobs and a couple of those that support it.

 

Is there a simple way to just burn them to a DVD without having to load into an editor? (It's the only thing I can think of.....)

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"disc copy"

 

I'll try it again. But it was specifically looking for an image file and didn't see anything in that directory. I'll pick at it - if it's just as simple as me forgetting to specify file type, then that's good news.

 

thanks

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That view is nowhere to be found. Where might it be?

 

I have Roxio Premiere v9 - does "premiere" mean I have a stripped down version?

Do you have the EMC 9 suite or the MyDVD 9 product? If you only have the MyDVD 9 product, you probably don't have the Disc Copier app pictured.
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"disc copy"

 

I'll try it again. But it was specifically looking for an image file and didn't see anything in that directory. I'll pick at it - if it's just as simple as me forgetting to specify file type, then that's good news.

 

thanks

 

You should be able to browse to your video folder.

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Looks like you may have been a little hasty in returing the product. If it was indeed MyDVD Premier or better, then you would have had Disc Copier. Did you ever open the Home Applications page. If so, you would have found it there. If you did not have it, you had a bad install - perhaps install with your anti-virus running or to a badly defragged hard drive. There could be several possibilities.

 

 

THAT's the PICTURE I was looking for. I don't think I looked there. I spend all my efforts in the Copy tab and the video tab. And a search on the help page didn't take it there, either.

 

You guys are the greatest.

 

I'll look at it when I get home.

 

I've gotten CloneDVD2 and it's does the job nicely. And it's simple and uses tiny words too. But it's always good to know there's more options for me.

 

(HP didn't ask me to return the Roxio product, they just credited it to me at their expense. I still like it and use it - I just have redundant programs like Adobe Premier (to back up Videowave) and now Clone DVD (to backup the Roxio copy utilities, etc))

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Where did you get the program? It may be a MyDVD LE or other stripped down version if you got it with a computer or with a burner (Mad Dog). You would not have Music Disc Creator if you had MyDVD Studio Premier.

 

If you bought or downloaded the program:

 

Read post 11 above. Bad install if you really have V9 Studio Premier. See this page.

 

Did you do a custom install or a full install? Try a repair install first. Get rid of malware, defrag your hard drive, shut down your anti-virus. Go to Windows>Start>Control Panel> Add or Remove programs> Select the Roxio program and click repair. If you did a custom install, you will be given the opportunity to add applications. If you did the full install, just click the repair.

 

 

thanks a lot - I did all that a couple times when I was working through issues with Videowave. I'll do it again now that I'm more savvy (relative to before anyway) with my computer. I'm happy with my applications suites. I think it's just a thin version of EMC v9 (the disc says Easy Media Creator 9) that HP sold me. So the refund isn't so out of line after all.

 

It's great for simple stuff.

Big copying work, I use CloneDVD and Roxio depending on the file types and work I need.

Video Editing I'm using Adobe Premier for big stuff, Videowave for little stuff.

etc

etc

 

I don't mind having multiple options to accomplish work. Roxio helps provide me with those alternatives.

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You actually don't have a stripped down version of anything. You have MyDVD 9 Premier. You got what you paid for. For an additional $10, you could have purchased the full EMC 9 suite.

 

Your beef is with HP, and I have to assume that your statement about being a crock was directed toward HP.

 

 

 

 

 

no, it's more than just myDVD 9 Premier - It does 'include' my DVD 9 Premier but there's a lot more too. It was advertised as the full suite and linked to the Roxio site for the full EMC 9 suite.

 

(The statement was towards - actually to myself, best to buy software outside the hardware purchase. HP has done a fantastic job for me. And they've refunded the Roxio $$ (so I actually have more than I paid for) and the crappy virus engine (since installed Symantec Corp which is flawless so far))

 

in any case, thanks for the advice -

 

From the site - (I admit, I must not have researched it clearly enough)

Roxio Creator Premier v9

Software is not pre-loaded and will come in seperate packaging with the notebook. Roxio Creator 9 Premier lets you enhance your digital life! It keeps up with you and all your digital media needs-whether you're mixing music, capturing or editing video, producing Hollywood-style DVDs, burning or copying discs, or backing up irreplaceable files. Enjoy and share your music, movies, and pictures, where and how you want - in the living room, car or office, or on your PC, TV, home theater! Treat yourself to the best-selling digital media software on the market. REQUIREMENT: A DVD RW drive must be selected in order to burn DVD's. A DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive will not allow you to burn DVD's with Roxio Creator. Intended for your original content and other lawful uses.

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no, it's more than just myDVD 9 Premier - It does 'include' my DVD 9 Premier but there's a lot more too. It was advertised as the full suite and linked to the Roxio site for the full EMC 9 suite.

 

(The statement was towards - actually to myself, best to buy software outside the hardware purchase. HP has done a fantastic job for me. And they've refunded the Roxio $$ (so I actually have more than I paid for) and the crappy virus engine (since installed Symantec Corp which is flawless so far))

 

in any case, thanks for the advice -

 

From the site - (I admit, I must not have researched it clearly enough)

Roxio Creator™ Premier v9

Software is not pre-loaded and will come in seperate packaging with the notebook. Roxio Creator™ 9 Premier lets you enhance your digital life! It keeps up with you and all your digital media needs-whether you're mixing music, capturing or editing video, producing Hollywood-style DVDs, burning or copying discs, or backing up irreplaceable files. Enjoy and share your music, movies, and pictures, where and how you want - in the living room, car or office, or on your PC, TV, home theater! Treat yourself to the best-selling digital media software on the market. REQUIREMENT: A DVD RW drive must be selected in order to burn DVD's. A DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive will not allow you to burn DVD's with Roxio Creator. Intended for your original content and other lawful uses.

 

Looks like you may have been a little hasty in returing the product. If it was indeed MyDVD Premier or better, then you would have had Disc Copier. Did you ever open the Home Applications page. If so, you would have found it there. If you did not have it, you had a bad install - perhaps install with your anti-virus running or to a badly defragged hard drive. There could be several possibilities.

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No Dice - thanks

 

 

Home Apps only offers 4 items, not the many you are showing -

 

Music Disc Creator

MyDVD

Sound Editor

VideoWave

 

Where did you get the program? It may be a MyDVD LE or other stripped down version if you got it with a computer or with a burner (Mad Dog). You would not have Music Disc Creator if you had MyDVD Studio Premier.

 

If you bought or downloaded the program:

 

Read post 11 above. Bad install if you really have V9 Studio Premier. See this page.

 

Did you do a custom install or a full install? Try a repair install first. Get rid of malware, defrag your hard drive, shut down your anti-virus. Go to Windows>Start>Control Panel> Add or Remove programs> Select the Roxio program and click repair. If you did a custom install, you will be given the opportunity to add applications. If you did the full install, just click the repair.

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Do you have the EMC 9 suite or the MyDVD 9 product? If you only have the MyDVD 9 product, you probably don't have the Disc Copier app pictured.

 

I don't know now. My entry screen takes me to Audio, backup, copy, data, photo, video, tools. (videowave, myDVD 9, etc, etc etc is in there). I thought it was a "suite". But they do frequently ask to upgrade to "Easy Media Creator 9". Which is what I thought HP was selling me. It's a bit of a crock.

 

I appreciate you guys helping out, I don't see a "disc copier", only an image copier. I'll go look at freeware.

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I don't know now. My entry screen takes me to Audio, backup, copy, data, photo, video, tools. (videowave, myDVD 9, etc, etc etc is in there). I thought it was a "suite". But they do frequently ask to upgrade to "Easy Media Creator 9". Which is what I thought HP was selling me. It's a bit of a crock.

 

I appreciate you guys helping out, I don't see a "disc copier", only an image copier. I'll go look at freeware.

 

You actually don't have a stripped down version of anything. You have MyDVD 9 Premier. You got what you paid for. For an additional $10, you could have purchased the full EMC 9 suite.

 

Your beef is with HP, and I have to assume that your statement about being a crock was directed toward HP.

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So let's say I have a folder with a movie on it. A handful of .vobs and a couple of those that support it.

 

Is there a simple way to just burn them to a DVD without having to load into an editor? (It's the only thing I can think of.....)

If you have the dvd video-folder on your hard drive, you can burn that onto disc using Disc Copier.

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