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Does Not Burn Complete Video And Starts Over


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Everything starts ok and the program reports the project is done. When I view the video dvd, the movie does not complete but starts over.

I am using MS Vista operating system.

 

What starts Ok? What reports the project is done?

 

How about some information? version of program (look at post at top of this forum to figure out which one)?

 

We have no idea what you are doing or even what you are trying to do:blink:

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Everything starts ok and the program reports the project is done. When I view the video dvd, the movie does not complete but starts over.

I am using MS Vista operating system.

 

Havn,t got a clue....maybe if you gave us a step by step of what you are doing. We know you have Vista and have posted on the Easy VHS to DVD forum....detail, details please

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This was the Roxio Easy VHS to DVD discussion? What do you mean what program?

I start the "Roxio Easy VHS to DVD program" in Windows XP, Vista and now Windows 7.

I follow the directions.

Start a Video tape.

Hit on Record.

The video is playing.

The DVD is recording.

About 3/4 through the Video, the "Easy" program says the project is done and the DVD spits out.

The Video is still playing.

I have tried this on color film and black and white film. Same result. Different computers, same result.

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This was the Roxio Easy VHS to DVD discussion? What do you mean what program?

I start the "Roxio Easy VHS to DVD program" in Windows XP, Vista and now Windows 7.

I follow the directions.

Start a Video tape.

Hit on Record.

The video is playing.

The DVD is recording.

About 3/4 through the Video, the "Easy" program says the project is done and the DVD spits out.

The Video is still playing.

I have tried this on color film and black and white film. Same result. Different computers, same result.

 

First of all, don't use the "plug&Burn" option, capture to your hard drive then burn to DVD.

 

You still have left out a lot of information. How long in time is the tape you are copying? At what quality are you recording? A standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minutes of video.

We have no idea which version of Vhs to DVD you have since you didn't bother to answer the question. There are 3 different versions and only one works with W7. There have also been several updates to some of the versions.

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