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On two different productions I created using Roxio's video editor (both small files) I get the following error:

 

Project_BuildToDevice() AuthorScript call failed. Error while Writing Format.

 

This error occurs if I try to burn using dvd or avchd and it occurs at the last step of the process. It does not matter if I am burning to disc, to an image, or to a folder set. I get the same error.

 

I have tried to burn to a dvd-r disc (which always has worked for me using 2009 and 2010 versions). I have a desktop with 8 gig RAM, Intel I7 950 card with a Sapphire Radeon 5870 video card so I know it is not my hardware.

 

Has anyone gotten this error before?

 

Thank you in advance for reading my question.

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On two different productions I created using Roxio's video editor (both small files) I get the following error:

 

Project_BuildToDevice() AuthorScript call failed. Error while  Writing Format.

 

This error occurs if I try to burn using dvd or avchd and it occurs at the last step of the process. It does not matter if I am burning to disc, to an image, or to a folder set. I get the same error.

 

I have tried to burn to a dvd-r disc (which always has worked for me using 2009 and 2010 versions). I have a desktop with 8 gig RAM, Intel I7 950 card with a Sapphire Radeon 5870 video card so I know it is not my hardware.

 

Has anyone gotten this error before?

 

Thank you in advance for reading my question.

 

You posted in C2011 forum.

 

What software are you using and what operating system?

 

You aren't using Internet Explorer 9 Beta?

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On two different productions I created using Roxio's video editor (both small files) I get the following error:

 

Project_BuildToDevice() AuthorScript call failed. Error while  Writing Format.

 

This error occurs if I try to burn using dvd or avchd and it occurs at the last step of the process. It does not matter if I am burning to disc, to an image, or to a folder set. I get the same error.

 

I have tried to burn to a dvd-r disc (which always has worked for me using 2009 and 2010 versions). I have a desktop with 8 gig RAM, Intel I7 950 card with a Sapphire Radeon 5870 video card so I know it is not my hardware.

 

Has anyone gotten this error before?

 

Thank you in advance for reading my question.

 

This is all that Roxio has, in their knowledge base, for that error.

 

http://kb.roxio.com/search.aspx?URL=/content/000252CR&PARAMS=set-locale=en

 

And, you said that you tried to burn to an image and to a Folder Set, so hopefully someone else will drop in and offer some help.

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Thanks again for reading my post,

 

To clarify, I am running Windows 7 Pro 64 Bit and running Roxio 2011 Pro. I am going to try the instructions for burning that grandpa bruce attached to his reply.

 

wes

 

Why, you said "This error occurs if I try to burn using dvd or avchd and it occurs at the last step of the process. It does not matter if I am burning to disc, to an image, or to a folder set. I get the same error" that is what the KB Article tells you to do!

 

You aren't using Internet Explorer 9 Beta are you?

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cdanteek;

 

To answer your question I am not running IE9 beta. Regarding the KB article, you are correct :-). I did not read it when I posted my reply.

 

Interesting note: On the same system I am running Roxio 2011, I reinstalled Roxio 2010. I can run both apps now.

 

Here is what I can do:

1. create a project using the Video editor in Roxio 2011

2. export the production.

3. close off Roxio 2011.

4. launch MyDVD in Roxio 2010

5. burn a high quality dvd or to an image works fine. If I attempt to burn using 2011 MyDVD, it fails.

 

I have also submitted my findings to Roxio support and am awaiting a response.

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