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All burn process fine and done at 100% but no burn at all with format error after.

but it said 100% done. I don't get it.

what is this problem ? I have this issue at 2010 too.

I did AVCHD with workaround with 2010. Should I do workaround with 2011 again ?

A screen shot attachment was failed to post here. it is only few KB though.

 

<mY PC config.>

WIN7 64bits format AVCHD.

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All burn process fine and done at 100% but no burn at all with format error after.

but it said 100% done. I don't get it.

what is this problem ? I have this issue at 2010 too.

I did AVCHD with workaround with 2010. Should I do workaround with 2011 again ?

A screen shot attachment was failed to post here. it is only few KB though.

 

<mY PC config.>

WIN7 64bits format AVCHD.

 

I'm assuming that no one replied yet because no one knows what you are talking about. Please take time to post this (link) information.

 

Any other information with that format error? You can put about 40 minutes or less video time on a standard single layer DVD. How much are you trying to put on the disc? If more than 40 minutes, the program may be looking for a DL disc. How do you know there is nothing on the disc? Do you have a blu-ray player that will play AVCHD discs? Not all will.

 

Try reposting the jpeg image that you want to post. Read this. We don't need a complete image of your computer configuration is you answer the questions above. I'd be more interested if you would post a screen shot of the error.

 

By the way, that is NOT a workaround. It is best practices for making an AVCHD disc.

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I'm assuming that no one replied yet because no one knows what you are talking about. Please take time to post this (link) information.

 

Any other information with that format error? You can put about 40 minutes or less video time on a standard single layer DVD. How much are you trying to put on the disc? If more than 40 minutes, the program may be looking for a DL disc. How do you know there is nothing on the disc? Do you have a blu-ray player that will play AVCHD discs? Not all will.

 

Try reposting the jpeg image that you want to post. Read this. We don't need a complete image of your computer configuration is you answer the questions above. I'd be more interested if you would post a screen shot of the error.

 

By the way, that is NOT a workaround. It is best practices for making an AVCHD disc.

I'm assuming that no one replied yet because no one knows what you are talking about. Please take time to post this (link) information.

 

Any other information with that format error? You can put about 40 minutes or less video time on a standard single layer DVD. How much are you trying to put on the disc? If more than 40 minutes, the program may be looking for a DL disc. How do you know there is nothing on the disc? Do you have a blu-ray player that will play AVCHD discs? Not all will.

 

Try reposting the jpeg image that you want to post. Read this. We don't need a complete image of your computer configuration is you answer the questions above. I'd be more interested if you would post a screen shot of the error.

 

By the way, that is NOT a workaround. It is best practices for making an AVCHD disc.

Please refer here for error. http://picasaweb.google.com/Steve.W.Cho/Church?authkey=Gv1sRgCOqxxp-RnMH2mAE#

 

and plus more details here:

1. movie size is 2.8 GB (DVD can hold upto 4.7 GB)

2. tried to make AVCHD using MyDVD

3. it said "process 100% completed" but nothing burnt into DVD. DVD is still brand new(empty)

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Video is measured in Time file size is useless… That is why we never bother to ask how big is your file :lol:

 

From the looks of your error message you got more wrong than a Roxio problem!

 

post-39730-099924700 1295642744.jpg

 

Have you been deleting any Windows Font files?

 

What language did you install Windows as? What language are you running it under?

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Video is measured in Time file size is useless… That is why we never bother to ask how big is your file :lol:

 

From the looks of your error message you got more wrong than a Roxio problem!

 

post-39730-099924700 1295642744.jpg

 

Have you been deleting any Windows Font files?

 

What language did you install Windows as? What language are you running it under?

Answers of your question.

 

1. English Windows 7.

2. Button text is Korean Font.

3. No add/deletion of Font.

4. MyDVD shows DVD record time remaining 00:15:52. it looks like DVD has enough space more than I need.

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That is gibberish in the picture, not Korean which would look like, post-39730-042608400 1295697508.jpg

 

I want to assume that the language problem is not connected to your Burn error, at least for now… ;)

 

Still don’t know how long it is because you don’t state what Quality you set it at??? You can have 15 minutes remaining in any of the 4 Quality settings.

 

Still that should not be a factor if that much time remains… :glare:

 

I think you are just being hit with the Head Banging, Hair Ripping, AuthorScript(0) error :o

 

This has been with us since Blu-ray & AVCHD burning… And no ONE solution has ever been found :(

 

One I have had success with is to Burn to Folder instead of Disc or File (ISO). Give it a try.

 

Variations on that would be under Tools – Options – Render, set to Software.

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That is gibberish in the picture, not Korean which would look like, post-39730-042608400 1295697508.jpg

 

I want to assume that the language problem is not connected to your Burn error, at least for now… ;)

 

Still don’t know how long it is because you don’t state what Quality you set it at??? You can have 15 minutes remaining in any of the 4 Quality settings.

 

Still that should not be a factor if that much time remains… :glare:

 

I think you are just being hit with the Head Banging, Hair Ripping, AuthorScript(0) error :o

 

This has been with us since Blu-ray & AVCHD burning… And no ONE solution has ever been found :(

 

One I have had success with is to Burn to Folder instead of Disc or File (ISO). Give it a try.

 

Variations on that would be under Tools – Options – Render, set to Software.

Jim,

I tried all your suggestions (ISO, Folder, Option to Software) but all failed with same error.

I hope EMC fix this error near future. I did make AVCHD without Menu successfully but I want menu and button feature that is what I paid for...

I like EMC product but I always encountered this kind of bug, over and over and asked for workaround...etc.

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It isn't going to be fixed so you have to learn how to deal with it...

 

Then the only other one is to go back to VideoWave bring in all of your files and and Export As using a HD mpeg format, then use those files in MyDVD.

 

Still want to output to Folder or ISO (Folder is the only thing that works on my PC) and burn from there.

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