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Creator 2010 Pro, all updates in place. Win 7 Pro 64, 9 GB RAM. Dell XPS 9000. Dell 2209WA(Digital) on NVIDIA GeForce GTS 240. Intel Core i7 920 @ 2.67GHz Bloomfield 45nm Technology

As in a post from another years ago with earlier Roxio version releases, I get the 80040154 while rendering, (either to ISO image or DVD) on the first "movie" of 2 videos and 4 slideshows. This is the first time I have received this error, in perhaps dozens of previously successful burns.

 

A previous answer post calls for "software rendering" by going to tools/options. At Roxio Home, my Tools pulldown does not offer a rendering option. Searching app's Help for "rendering" gets no hits!!

 

In a trial-error attempt, I removed two of the slide shows, and this time got 8004520c while rendering movie 1. Then I removed one of the video movies, and got that same error code.

 

Perhaps the first thing I should try is the "software rendering," but first I must be informed of the navigation path to select it.

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Creator 2010 Pro, all updates in place. Win 7 Pro 64, 9 GB RAM. Dell XPS 9000. Dell 2209WA(Digital) on NVIDIA GeForce GTS 240. Intel Core i7 920 @ 2.67GHz Bloomfield 45nm Technology

As in a post from another years ago with earlier Roxio version releases, I get the 80040154 while rendering, (either to ISO image or DVD) on the first "movie" of 2 videos and 4 slideshows. This is the first time I have received this error, in perhaps dozens of previously successful burns.

 

A previous answer post calls for "software rendering" by going to tools/options. At Roxio Home, my Tools pulldown does not offer a rendering option. Searching app's Help for "rendering" gets no hits!!

 

In a trial-error attempt, I removed two of the slide shows, and this time got 8004520c while rendering movie 1. Then I removed one of the video movies, and got that same error code.

 

Perhaps the first thing I should try is the "software rendering," but first I must be informed of the navigation path to select it.

 

Software rendering is only available when in Videowave (Edit advanced) or myDVD( Create DVDs). That is where you find it under Tools/Options not under Tools on the Home page.

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Creator 2010 Pro, all updates in place. Win 7 Pro 64, 9 GB RAM. Dell XPS 9000. Dell 2209WA(Digital) on NVIDIA GeForce GTS 240. Intel Core i7 920 @ 2.67GHz Bloomfield 45nm Technology

As in a post from another years ago with earlier Roxio version releases, I get the 80040154 while rendering, (either to ISO image or DVD) on the first "movie" of 2 videos and 4 slideshows. This is the first time I have received this error, in perhaps dozens of previously successful burns.

 

A previous answer post calls for "software rendering" by going to tools/options. At Roxio Home, my Tools pulldown does not offer a rendering option. Searching app's Help for "rendering" gets no hits!!

 

In a trial-error attempt, I removed two of the slide shows, and this time got 8004520c while rendering movie 1. Then I removed one of the video movies, and got that same error code.

 

Perhaps the first thing I should try is the "software rendering," but first I must be informed of the navigation path to select it.

 

OK, I stumbled on the appropriate Tools pulldown in MyDVD. BUT, same 8005452c error in rendering Movie 1, with Rendeering set to Software.

 

Software rendering is only available when in Videowave (Edit advanced) or myDVD( Create DVDs). That is where you find it under Tools/Options not under Tools on the Home page.

 

I affirm that I have set the rendering to Software, with same 800452c error code while rendering Movie 1

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Put that first movie in Video Wave and render it to a "mpg2 for DVD, best quality" format file. That will tell you if there is something wrong with the movie. Note where the file hangs if it does. Just add that mpg2 video to MyDVD rather than what you have been adding.

 

Are you burning (encoding) to an ISO file first? That way you save time and discs. VLC free playerwill paly the ISO file so you can check it. Use the burn ISO to DVD applicationon the Home page.

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Put that first movie in Video Wave and render it to a "mpg2 for DVD, best quality" format file. That will tell you if there is something wrong with the movie. Note where the file hangs if it does. Just add that mpg2 video to MyDVD rather than what you have been adding.

 

Are you burning (encoding) to an ISO file first? That way you save time and discs. VLC free playerwill paly the ISO file so you can check it. Use the burn ISO to DVD applicationon the Home page.

 

I, Lynn, use Roxio only seldom and in spurts. We live 500 hundred miles from our relatives, and pretty much shoot video only during travel and reunion events. So I have not gotten back to the rendering activity that was the stumbling block. Thank you for the VLC suggestion, which I shall follow.

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