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I just started using Roxio today and I am trying to convert a wmv file I created with Windows Media to an acceptable DVD format to play in a standard DVD player. So far, I was able to use Video Wave to convert the video to mpg format but then I am stuck on what to do next. I tried to "burn production to disk" from the Video wave menu, but I always receive an error message in the DVD Builder that it has encountered a problem and needs to close. I must be missing something. Please assist.

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I just started using Roxio today and I am trying to convert a wmv file I created with Windows Media to an acceptable DVD format to play in a standard DVD player. So far, I was able to use Video Wave to convert the video to mpg format but then I am stuck on what to do next. I tried to "burn production to disk" from the Video wave menu, but I always receive an error message in the DVD Builder that it has encountered a problem and needs to close. I must be missing something. Please assist.

 

You posted in the C2011 forum. Then you mention that DVD Builder gives you an error message. As DVD Builder is not part of C2011 (it disappeared after Easy Media Creator 7.5 (or 8), I have to ask what program are you really using?

 

If you have C2011 then the program to burn video DVDs is called myDVD. It will accept wmv files and if you are not doing any editing then simply launch myDVD and add the wmv file and burn the DVD after creating the menus. There is no need to convert the wmv file to mpg using Videowave.

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