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Jumpy Video At 49:41 On Dvd


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OK, here we go again. No matter what burner I use or what type of DVD-R media I use (even Verbatim) I get jumpy video after about the 49 minute 41 second mark on DVD play back and it happens on my Standard DVD player and My BlueRay player - same spot. It also doesn't matter what video I edit and use to make an ISO file then burn to a DVD. It still jumps at 49:41.

 

So is it in the creating the ISO file process or in the Copy & Convert process? Is there a way to "view" an ISO file?

 

BTW - I have upgraded my system slightly.

I now have:

Intel E7300 2.66 GHz Duo Core

Gigabyte EP45-UD3R mobo

4 GB DDR2 RAM (yes, I know 3.25 GB Functional)

 

Then all of a sudden while I'm trying to get the above problem figured out I get a...

 

Runtime error!

R6025

-pure virtual function call

 

So as I post this from a separate computer I once again going throught the clean install process. :(

 

Any Ideas people?

 

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Is this with DL discs?

 

Using DVD-R disc. I switched to them after all the trouble I was having with the DL. But I seem to remember that the one or two DL disc that I did manage to burn the video did the same thing around the 49 minute mark. Also, the edited video I'm using is about 56 min long.

 

BTW found an ISO viewer but need to wait for Creator to finish installing and then do the SP2 update before I try using it. DAEMON Tools Lite v4.30.3

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Using DVD-R disc. I switched to them after all the trouble I was having with the DL. But I seem to remember that the one or two DL disc that I did manage to burn the video did the same thing around the 49 minute mark. Also, the edited video I'm using is about 56 min long.

 

BTW found an ISO viewer but need to wait for Creator to finish installing and then do the SP2 update before I try using it. DAEMON Tools Lite v4.30.3

 

Why don't you use the Disc Image Loader included with C2009. You can the load the iso file and play it from that virtual drive.

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Why don't you use the Disc Image Loader included with C2009. You can the load the iso file and play it from that virtual drive.

 

 

I didn't know it had one?

 

OK, done with the clean install of C2009 & SP2 update. Did a new ISO again. Now I can't even get a disc to burn AGAIN! :angry2:

 

OMG! Now I can't even get Creator run so I can look for the Disc Image Loader! ANOTHER CLEAN INSTALL! NO WAY!

 

I have had Roxio product since Creator 7 and I have NEVER had this many issues. In fact I've been very happy with them but now I'm about ready to give up and buy something else. I've been entirely way to patient and this is taking way to much of my time :( .

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It does, and don't load the Daemon Tools, if you haven't already. I don't know what the current version does, but past versions created havoc with an earlier version of the Roxio software.

 

 

I haven't even downloaded it to the computer yet seeing how everytime I launch Creator everything freezes.

 

anything else that you know of that may creat havoc with creator? maybe something else on my pc that is causing all these issues with me but I have no idea what it would be!

 

How do I get to the Disc Image Loader in C2009 after I do yet another clean install.

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