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Can't Complete The Burn Process


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New Friends,

I bought EMC 10 a couple of weeks ago and have been workign my way through the various pieces. I created a new DVD project in Video Wave and there was an option of sending it to MyDVD to finish it up. I did themenu stuff and then clicked the burn button. It showed I had a DVD that had the space; told me that the media type was -R and had the speed at 20x. I saved an image file and then clicked the burn button on the bottom and hte encode process began.

 

It took along time to encode and when it was over, I clicked okay, but lo and behold, when I cheked the disk, it was still empty.

 

I don't know how to pull back the image file to avoid the long encoding process and I don't know what's happening that the disk doesn't burn. I can and haveburned lots of DVD disks using Magix's Photoshow 5.

 

Any coaching or tips woudl be certainly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Michael

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New Friends,

I bought EMC 10 a couple of weeks ago and have been workign my way through the various pieces. I created a new DVD project in Video Wave and there was an option of sending it to MyDVD to finish it up. I did themenu stuff and then clicked the burn button. It showed I had a DVD that had the space; told me that the media type was -R and had the speed at 20x. I saved an image file and then clicked the burn button on the bottom and hte encode process began.

 

It took along time to encode and when it was over, I clicked okay, but lo and behold, when I cheked the disk, it was still empty.

 

I don't know how to pull back the image file to avoid the long encoding process and I don't know what's happening that the disk doesn't burn. I can and haveburned lots of DVD disks using Magix's Photoshow 5.

 

Any coaching or tips woudl be certainly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Michael

 

I believe the "default" location for your iso image is c:users/yourname.... You can use windows to search for it, or you can open up a "new " project and see where its pointing you to when prompted to create the iso.

 

Try burning at a slower speed. BTW: Did you use MyDVD or MYDVD Express? If the latter, try MyDVD, and only create the .iso image and after the encoding is done, in a separate task, burn the image to a disc.

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I believe the "default" location for your iso image is c:users/yourname.... You can use windows to search for it, or you can open up a "new " project and see where its pointing you to when prompted to create the iso.

 

Try burning at a slower speed. BTW: Did you use MyDVD or MYDVD Express? If the latter, try MyDVD, and only create the .iso image and after the encoding is done, in a separate task, burn the image to a disc.

 

Thank you, Syrallas. I'll work on thi smore tonight. I came home nad the DVD was, in fact burned to the disk, but all of my audio stopped. I'm about to re-boot to see if the audio was just compromised.

 

Thanks agian,

Michael

 

 

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