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For what it's worth, and coming from a user with no great computer skills, this thread illustrates how glitchy the Creator video functions are. I've run EMC 10, Creator 2009, and Creator 2010 on various computers, utilizing Vista (32-bit), Vista (64-bit), and now Windows 7 (64-bit). In no instance have I ever had full video functionality; thus, for those of us who are not software engineers, our best hope lies in work-arounds, which are sometimes satisfactory and sometimes not so much. Anyway, I'm very familiar with the 97% problem in MyDVD, where it appears at "encode menus." The only way I've gotten round it is to compile projects with no menus; that is, under File, New Production, select DVD, No Menus. Admittedly not a profound observation, it perhaps adds little to the discussion.

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I had thought abut that possibility. Have you tried checking the pre-render menu in preview option. If it renders OK then, it shoud not have to re-render the menu again. If it doesn;t render, then there is something else wrong with the menu and it has nothing to do with the video. The other thing to try is to uncheck the normalize volume options (only in DVD; not AVCHD).

 

 

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Thanks to "sknis" for pointers. Always open to suggestions from people who know way more than I. In this instance, I'm perfectly happy to have no menus, since my videos involve TV (especially TiVo files) and studio movies, with no home movie compilations or anything of the sort. Again let me say that working with Creator is an adventure and not for the faint of heart. With three different versions in use on three different computers, each with a different operating system, I have different functionalites available on each machine! In addition, I use ImgBurn and another mainstream video suite, which shall remain nameless, to pick up some of the slack. In the end, one generally gets to where one wants to go, but 'tain't always easy. For better or worse it often seems that results hinge as much on sheer persistence and problem-solving skills as on fundamental knowledge.

 

 

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