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Withoutout any information, I would think that encoding and burning is about the right time frame.

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Is this what your looking for, if not I'll try to find what you need. thanks

 

OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3 Build 2600

OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation

System Name HOMEPC

System Manufacturer Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.

System Model EP35-DS3L

System Type X86-based PC

Processor x86 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 6 GenuineIntel ~2999 Mhz

BIOS Version/Date Award Software International, Inc. F4, 4/2/2008

SMBIOS Version 2.4

Windows Directory C:\WINDOWS

System Directory C:\WINDOWS\system32

Boot Device \Device\HarddiskVolume1

Locale United States

Hardware Abstraction Layer Version = "5.1.2600.5512 (xpsp.080413-2111)"

User Name HOMEPC\Butch

Time Zone Central Daylight Time

Total Physical Memory 4,096.00 MB

Available Physical Memory 2.41 GB

Total Virtual Memory 2.00 GB

Available Virtual Memory 1.92 GB

also have 4 gig of ram and have 3 teribite in hard drives

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OK, that is an older P3 CPU so it is not a rocketship anymore…

 

Your Video Card can help, if it is ATI ‘Stream’ or Nividia ‘CUDA’ capable…

 

But is also depends on the Source files and length.

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~2999 Mhz on a Gigabyte Model EP35-DS3L LGA 775 Intel P35 ATX Intel Motherboard, isn't an older P3 CPU..;)

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You are not supplying any useful info…

 

You have been around here long enough to know that all video projects are measured in TIME and MB or GB mean absolutely nothing…

 

I asked for Project Details and cannot really offer anything else without them :(

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As I said in my original post the disc plays for 2 hours and 50 minutes. It took over 8 hours to burn. I made a DVD out of 800 pictures with transitions and music. I hope this is what you need. thanks

 

I thought your question was answered in post #3.It takes much longer to encode to BD then standard DVD.

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Yes 8 hours render for a ‘3’ project is normal when everything has to be rendered.

 

The only way it would take less would be if everything was compliant befoe you started. Not possible with slides unless you pre-render in VideoWave…

 

But that just shifts the time, in the end it will take a total of 8 hours.

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OK thank you people. I guess a person should start the burn then go to bed. Your information was helpfull.

That is what I do…

 

One way to head off grief is to use the option to Burn to ISO File or Folder set!

 

Then you can make sure all went as planned before you risk an expensive disc!

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Good tip. I'll try it. Which is best ISO file or Folder set ? I do apreciate all the help. Thank You

 

If I want to add other information (folder of pictures) to a DVD so they can be explored on the computer and still play on a DVD player, use "Folder Set". If you don't want to do that, ISO is simpler.

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