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After burning and finalizing the disc, I tried to play the disc on my computer using windows media center and my portable dvd player. But the disc was not recognized by either and play back wasn't happening. It apperently captured, burned and apperently finalized, (NOT!), but like I said it won't play back. I did successfuly complete a capture and burn last night, but tonight... it ain't happening. Also can someone tell me if this program automaticlly deletes the video file after caputer and burn are complete or do I have to delete it manualy? If so, where are the files saved?

 

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If you're using "Capture Video" it makes and leaves an AVI file in your C:\Users\yourname\Videos folder [where "yourname" is the accountname on your computer.

 

If you're using "Plug and Burn" that program seems to erase its temporary files after the burn to disc.

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If you're using "Capture Video" it makes and leaves an AVI file in your C:\Users\yourname\Videos folder [where "yourname" is the accountname on your computer.

 

If you're using "Plug and Burn" that program seems to erase its temporary files after the burn to disc.

 

Brendon,

 

I did use plug and burn, and as you said it does seem to delete the files. Thanks

BTW, any thoughts on the play back issues?

 

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Not so far, Videorookie. I've only installed this program in Vista inside the last couple of hours.

 

I've burned two short RW DVDs with Plug and Burn. In each case the program produced a nice video-compliant Video-DVD with a Video_TS folder and the VOBs, IFOs and BUPs that I'd expect to see in there.

It also seems to save the project files in a Roxioplasma folder.

 

So mine worked fine so far, and I haven't been able to duplicate your problem. I'll go look to see if there are any settings you can alter in Plug and Burn.

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Not so far, Videorookie. I've only installed this program in Vista inside the last couple of hours.

 

I've burned two short RW DVDs with Plug and Burn. In each case the program produced a nice video-compliant Video-DVD with a Video_TS folder and the VOBs, IFOs and BUPs that I'd expect to see in there.

It also seems to save the project files in a Roxioplasma folder.

 

So mine worked fine so far, and I haven't been able to duplicate your problem. I'll go look to see if there are any settings you can alter in Plug and Burn.

 

Thanks Brendon,

 

Let me know if you come up with anything.

 

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