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Hi,

 

I know others have posted this, but I think I might need an answer specific to my situation.

 

I used EMC 10 to create a production from video captured from my Sony DVR camcorder and photos from two Nikon cameras in VideoWave. Once complete, I saved the production and then used the button to launch MyDVD Express. I plan to burn about 20 copies, so I tried making a master then copying that, but the disks would not play. I then tried just burning each via MyDVD Express (slow, but I thought it would work better), and I checked the disks after burning. Since this takes some time, I had to bring this whole deal on the road with me to finish the process while I am on a business trip (I manage about 4 a day), but my wife reports some folks who got the first few disks say they will not play. My questions are these:

 

1. Is there any better way to assure playability for a variety of DVD players? I know some older ones will have a problem playing some versions of disks, but I really don't know which to avoid.

 

2. Can you reccomend how to speed this process up?

 

The production is a copy of the video I took of a school play, and I'm trying to help out the PTA, but if my disks don't work, I think it's creating more of a problem than I intended.

 

I am using:

 

Dell laptop Dual Core/3G ram 250G hard drive 32 bit Vista

 

Samsung SE-S204 External DVD writer (USB connect)

 

HP and Memorex DVD + R 16x disks. The Memorex are Lightscribe, but I don't think that has any impact.

 

 

Thanks for any help you can provide

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Edit in MyDVD (don't use Express)

 

Send that file to VideoWave and burn that as a .iso file on the hard drive

 

Put in a good quality blank disc (Verbatim or Taiyo Yuden)

 

Double click on the iso you made, let it finish, replace the disc and repeat this stage

 

Your problem on compatability between players is almost certainly down to the blank media you are using

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Edit in MyDVD (don't use Express)

 

Send that file to VideoWave and burn that as a .iso file on the hard drive

 

Put in a good quality blank disc (Verbatim or Taiyo Yuden)

 

Double click on the iso you made, let it finish, replace the disc and repeat this stage

 

Your problem on compatability between players is almost certainly down to the blank media you are using

 

 

Daithi, you got the 1st two points backwards: edit in Videowave then send to myDVD

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