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Hi,

 

When using videowave via EMC9, it lets me burn the first dvd without a problem, however when I try to burn the next dvd I either get an error code of 8007000e or it tells me unable to encode.

 

When I try to open my "e" drive I then get a message that says the drive is busy. the only way I can open it is to do it manually or re boot my pc, when I open it manually the pc is still busy as if its still trying to encode the disk. After I re boot my pc I can then burn a dvd again but the first one only.

 

I have updated my NEC ND-3650a driver to 108C and also updated my nVidia driver also.

 

Any help to fix this would be appreciated.

 

Thanks

 

System Specs

 

Dimension 521

Windows XP Media SP2

AMD Athlon 62x2, Dual Core Processor 5000+

2046 RAM

Directx 9.0c

nVidia GeForce 7000 LE

 

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Hi,

 

When using videowave via EMC9, it lets me burn the first dvd without a problem, however when I try to burn the next dvd I either get an error code of 8007000e or it tells me unable to encode.

 

When I try to open my "e" drive I then get a message that says the drive is busy. the only way I can open it is to do it manually or re boot my pc, when I open it manually the pc is still busy as if its still trying to encode the disk. After I re boot my pc I can then burn a dvd again but the first one only.

 

I have updated my NEC ND-3650a driver to 108C and also updated my nVidia driver also.

 

Any help to fix this would be appreciated.

 

Thanks

 

System Specs

 

Dimension 521

Windows XP Media SP2

AMD Athlon 62x2, Dual Core Processor 5000+

2046 RAM

Directx 9.0c

nVidia GeForce 7000 LE

 

Disable Drag2Disc.

 

When you have completed your project in VideoWave, take it into My DVD and set your menus. When you go to burn, burn only to an ISO file. Name and set the location you want it. When it finishes encoding, copy the ISO file to as many DVDs as you want using Creator Classic or Disc Copier. There is no need to re-encode the project more than once.

 

Unfortunately the above post is ambiguous. I'm not sure if there is one project the the Op wants to burn several times or if there are multiple projects.

 

Video Wave doesn't burn projects - My DVD or MyDVD Assistant does the burning. Do not use the Assistant; use the full My DVD to burn after you have saved the project in Video Wave.

 

 

 

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Disable Drag2Disc.

 

When you have completed your project in VideoWave, take it into My DVD and set your menus. When you go to burn, burn only to an ISO file. Name and set the location you want it. When it finishes encoding, copy the ISO file to as many DVDs as you want using Creator Classic or Disc Copier. There is no need to re-encode the project more than once.

 

Unfortunately the above post is ambiguous. I'm not sure if there is one project the the Op wants to burn several times or if there are multiple projects.

 

Video Wave doesn't burn projects - My DVD or MyDVD Assistant does the burning. Do not use the Assistant; use the full My DVD to burn after you have saved the project in Video Wave.

 

Thanks for that I will try and disable drag to disc.

 

Yes you are correct, I started my project in videowave9 and then used MyDVD Express, next time in a couple of days I will use My DVD.

 

I've started a big project to convert all the family 8mm Sony Camcorder videos to DVD, this is my first attempt. I'm impressed with what I can do in videowave9.

 

Thanks again for your help.

 

 

 

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Thanks for that I will try and disable drag to disc.

 

Yes you are correct, I started my project in videowave9 and then used MyDVD Express, next time in a couple of days I will use My DVD.

 

I've started a big project to convert all the family 8mm Sony Camcorder videos to DVD, this is my first attempt. I'm impressed with what I can do in videowave9.

 

Thanks again for your help.

 

Good luck, that's a big but worthwhile project: In fact that's how I got started. Be forewarned that you will now be asked to do all kinds of projects. Memorial DVD slide shows are the most gratifying because people are most appreciative.

 

Remember to go to the Tips and Tricks area of EMC 9 for some very helpful user developed solutions. Karri has some very good basics on how to use both Video Wave and Photosuite, I've got a few helpful videos also.

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