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Unsupported Or Corrupt Files - How Do I Identify Which Ones They Are?


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I have spent what must be more than 20 hours creating a DVD that incorporates movies, audio and pictures. Finally, it is complete, yet when I go to burn the production I get a message saying that some of the files may be corrupt or are unsupported and that I may need to download additional software to support the playback, yet the production plays back perfectly when using the review section. Can anyone help by perhaps offering advice on any of the following:

 

i) how do I identify which files they refer to?

ii) How I can get around this and actually burn to dvd?

 

I'd be extremely grateful.

 

Many thanks,

Jason

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I have spent what must be more than 20 hours creating a DVD that incorporates movies, audio and pictures. Finally, it is complete, yet when I go to burn the production I get a message saying that some of the files may be corrupt or are unsupported and that I may need to download additional software to support the playback, yet the production plays back perfectly when using the review section. Can anyone help by perhaps offering advice on any of the following:

 

i) how do I identify which files they refer to?

ii) How I can get around this and actually burn to dvd?

 

I'd be extremely grateful.

 

Many thanks,

Jason

 

Since there are numerous programs, in the Creator 2010, telling us which program you used, would be a good start.

 

Then, list the steps that you took to create the production and what type of files you added, and their origin.

 

Then, list your computer specs, (especially the video card/chip) similar to how I have mine listed, in my signature.

 

With that information, someone here, may be able to help you.

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