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Error 8000-4003 Failed to Burn the Image


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HALLELUJAH!

 

Finally was able to burn the unedited version to another brand of DVD (via .ISO file).

So now, I'm finding out if my 'bad' brand of DVDs will create 'good' DVDs via .ISO & Disc-Copier.

Thanks for all of the help and guidance, and will provide a 'follow-up' on my findings.

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HALLELUJAH!

 

Finally was able to burn the unedited version to another brand of DVD (via .ISO file).

 

So now, I'm finding out if my 'bad' brand of DVDs will create 'good' DVDs via .ISO & Disc-Copier.

 

Thanks for all of the help and guidance, and will provide a 'follow-up' on my findings.

 

With your 4.7 gb Memorex-R Disc in the Drive, open DVDInfo Pro under EMC 9 Tools and click the Info button at the top. Under Manufacturer what does it say, Ritek???

 

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I have a similar problem, but unfortunately am away from that particular Laptop (IBM Lenovo).

 

I've created some small DVDs (1.4gb media) which had a mix of photos, videos & flash.

 

Below is where I start having difficulty:

 

1) I then installed the DVC-90 (Analog to digital converter) and captured an hour show onto my hard-drive.

 

2) I was able to edit the video (via video-wave) to remove commercials

 

3) I tried to burn the edited video (via MyDVD?), but it kept 'freezing' at the same frame.

 

4) I then tried to burn the unedited video, but got error 8000-4003 twice.

 

 

Any ideas or suggestions?

 

The 4.7 gb media is Memorex-R

 

My apologies if you don't have enough information, but I'll ferret that out when I get back home tonight.

 

Happy New Year!

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That would be WRONG and it will fail!

 

Go back and re-read sknis's post and follow his instructions.

 

Then use Disc Copier to burn the ISO file.

 

I figured out how to burn the .ISO file. But I couldn't find any documentation (in the book) about this process (Burning a DVD from an ISO file).

 

I created the 'file/folder' under an LZ directory. But I couldn't figure out how to create a playable DVD.

*Nor could I find a file with the .ISO extension.

 

I then looked at a regular DVD, and the only thing I saw was a directory VIDEO_TS.

 

I assumed (obviously incorrectly) that merely dragging the VIDEO_TS subfolder onto my ROXIO DVD-writer would work.

 

I guess I'll have to go back to square#1 & page#1 as I obviously overlooked something.

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One day it works, next day it doesn't, nothing unusual there… Of course we want to get your success rate up into the high 90's!

 

You have provided no real information, only a strong guess you are using MyDVD.

 

In another post you mentioned using Tivo files for your source. Are they involved again?

 

Tell us all you can, without info, no one can even begin to guess.

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1) Try another brand of DVD blank. (perhaps a good brand of DVD + or - RW. Not all burners will do both. Verbatim or Toyo Uniden are usually good brands.

2) Switch to software encoding (MyDVD top menu>Tools>Options> put a dot near software.)

3) Burn the project to an ISO file and copy that to a disc. If you can't encode the iso file, there is someting wrong in the project that needs to be fixed.

 

Perhaps this is an ill fated thread. Looks like people post and then don't come back. :(

 

Sorry for the time-lapse..... I am right now trying to create the DVD using the ISO folder (#3). Being new to this, I assume that all I need to do is copy the VIDEO_TS folder (and contents) to the DVD. Had a Cyclic redundancy check.

 

My next step is to buy some new DVDs and try the software encoding 'trick'.

 

I will post my success/failure when I can get to the store!

 

Thanks in advance!

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I figured out how to burn the .ISO file. But I couldn't find any documentation (in the book) about this process (Burning a DVD from an ISO file).

 

I created the 'file/folder' under an LZ directory. But I couldn't figure out how to create a playable DVD.

*Nor could I find a file with the .ISO extension.

 

I then looked at a regular DVD, and the only thing I saw was a directory VIDEO_TS.

 

I assumed (obviously incorrectly) that merely dragging the VIDEO_TS subfolder onto my ROXIO DVD-writer would work.

 

I guess I'll have to go back to square#1 & page#1 as I obviously overlooked something.

 

Read 16-21 here. If you made an iso file and did not specify where it was placed, it defaults to the C:// top menu. Look there. Don't confuse an ISO file and creating a folder - two completely different options.

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Sorry for the time-lapse..... I am right now trying to create the DVD using the ISO folder (#3). Being new to this, I assume that all I need to do is copy the VIDEO_TS folder (and contents) to the DVD. Had a Cyclic redundancy check.

That would be WRONG and it will fail!

 

Go back and re-read sknis's post and follow his instructions.

 

Then use Disc Copier to burn the ISO file.

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HALLELUJAH!

 

Finally was able to burn the unedited version to another brand of DVD (via .ISO file).

 

So now, I'm finding out if my 'bad' brand of DVDs will create 'good' DVDs via .ISO & Disc-Copier.

 

Thanks for all of the help and guidance, and will provide a 'follow-up' on my findings.

 

 

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Hi all! I am having some problems with EMC 9 My Dvd burning. After all the encoding (about 2 hrs) it said Error 8000-4003 Failed to burn the image. Whats weird is the day before it burned a dvd with no problems. Has anyone else had this problem? Or knows how to fix it? Thanks!

 

 

I am having the same issue. did you find a solution and if so, what did you do?

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I have a similar problem, but unfortunately am away from that particular Laptop (IBM Lenovo).

 

I've created some small DVDs (1.4gb media) which had a mix of photos, videos & flash.

 

Below is where I start having difficulty:

 

1) I then installed the DVC-90 (Analog to digital converter) and captured an hour show onto my hard-drive.

 

2) I was able to edit the video (via video-wave) to remove commercials

 

3) I tried to burn the edited video (via MyDVD?), but it kept 'freezing' at the same frame.

 

4) I then tried to burn the unedited video, but got error 8000-4003 twice.

 

 

Any ideas or suggestions?

 

The 4.7 gb media is Memorex-R

 

My apologies if you don't have enough information, but I'll ferret that out when I get back home tonight.

 

Happy New Year!

 

1) Try another brand of DVD blank. (perhaps a good brand of DVD + or - RW. Not all burners will do both. Verbatim or Toyo Uniden are usually good brands.

2) Switch to software encoding (MyDVD top menu>Tools>Options> put a dot near software.)

2) Burn the project to an ISO file and copy that to a disc. If you can't encode the iso file, there is someting wrong in the project that needs to be fixed.

 

Perhaps this is an ill fated thread. Looks like people post and then don't come back. :(

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