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Burning Issues With Mydvd On Creator 09/10


Niall1990

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Hey,

 

So i've spent a lot of time creating a project, a video of my sisters wedding. However the problem arrises when I try to burn the film to a DVD. The first times a tried buring it direct to a DVD from MyDVD and this prompted the message:

 

Failed to start the image writing operation Error while Burning Image

80004003 Error while Aborting

 

However after help from you guys I discovered that one way around this issue is to create an image of the film I created and burn that to the DVD. This process to several hours and when I tried to then burn it wouldnt let me. (Forgive me , I forget the error message it was so long ago I tried this).

 

I'm just wondering what the problem could be and any soultions. For some unknown reason the movie files were HUGE when I transferred them from my camera to my PC so I have to use 8.5GB DVDs, is this a problem? I had trouble locating these, and they're expensive, I'm using TDK 8.5GB double layer 8x speed DVDs. Are there more appropiate ones I shoud try?

 

If it isnt already clear I'm no computer expert and I'm definitely no Roxio expert, this is my first try at this. I dont have a high performance PC either (i'll post some details below), is this the problem?

 

Thanks guys, really hope you can help and look forward to it!

 

P.S I apologise for double posting this in the Creator 2010 forums also, I have both and I wasnt sure if anyone was really still monitoring the 09 forums.

 

P.P.S Sorry for any typos. writing this fast!

 

 

Windows edition: Windows Vista Home Basic

Processor: Intel Pentium 4 CPU 3.00 GHz 2.99 GHz

Memory: 2GB

System type: 32-bit operating sytem

 

(I'm unsure of any other details but if you can tell me where I can find them I'll be happy to let you know)

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Hey,

 

So i've spent a lot of time creating a project, a video of my sisters wedding. However the problem arrises when I try to burn the film to a DVD. The first times a tried buring it direct to a DVD from MyDVD and this prompted the message:

 

Failed to start the image writing operation Error while Burning Image

80004003 Error while Aborting

 

However after help from you guys I discovered that one way around this issue is to create an image of the film I created and burn that to the DVD. This process to several hours and when I tried to then burn it wouldnt let me. (Forgive me , I forget the error message it was so long ago I tried this).

 

I'm just wondering what the problem could be and any soultions. For some unknown reason the movie files were HUGE when I transferred them from my camera to my PC so I have to use 8.5GB DVDs, is this a problem? I had trouble locating these, and they're expensive, I'm using TDK 8.5GB double layer 8x speed DVDs. Are there more appropiate ones I shoud try?

 

If it isnt already clear I'm no computer expert and I'm definitely no Roxio expert, this is my first try at this. I dont have a high performance PC either (i'll post some details below), is this the problem?

 

Thanks guys, really hope you can help and look forward to it!

 

P.S I apologise for double posting this in the Creator 09 forums also, I have both and I wasnt sure if anyone was really still monitoring the 09 forums.

 

P.P.S Sorry for any typos. writing this fast!

 

 

Windows edition: Windows Vista Home Basic

Processor: Intel Pentium 4 CPU 3.00 GHz 2.99 GHz

Memory: 2GB

System type: 32-bit operating sytem

 

(I'm unsure of any other details but if you can tell me where I can find them I'll be happy to let you know)

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Hey,

 

So i've spent a lot of time creating a project, a video of my sisters wedding. However the problem arrises when I try to burn the film to a DVD. The first times a tried buring it direct to a DVD from MyDVD and this prompted the message:

 

Failed to start the image writing operation Error while Burning Image

80004003 Error while Aborting

 

However after help from you guys I discovered that one way around this issue is to create an image of the film I created and burn that to the DVD. This process to several hours and when I tried to then burn it wouldnt let me. (Forgive me , I forget the error message it was so long ago I tried this).

 

I'm just wondering what the problem could be and any soultions. For some unknown reason the movie files were HUGE when I transferred them from my camera to my PC so I have to use 8.5GB DVDs, is this a problem? I had trouble locating these, and they're expensive, I'm using TDK 8.5GB double layer 8x speed DVDs. Are there more appropiate ones I shoud try?

 

If it isnt already clear I'm no computer expert and I'm definitely no Roxio expert, this is my first try at this. I dont have a high performance PC either (i'll post some details below), is this the problem?

 

Thanks guys, really hope you can help and look forward to it!

 

P.S I apologise for double posting this in the Creator 2010 forums also, I have both and I wasnt sure if anyone was really still monitoring the 09 forums.

 

P.P.S Sorry for any typos. writing this fast!

 

 

Windows edition: Windows Vista Home Basic

Processor: Intel Pentium 4 CPU 3.00 GHz 2.99 GHz

Memory: 2GB

System type: 32-bit operating sytem

 

(I'm unsure of any other details but if you can tell me where I can find them I'll be happy to let you know)

 

Without that error message, it is very hard to make any suggestions. What application did you try to use to burn the Image file to the disc?

 

File size has little to do with how much video you can get on a disc. You can get about one hour of video at best quality in a single layer disc. A little less than 2 hours on a DL disc. You can get more if you reduce the quality but I'm sure you don't want to do that.

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Hey,

 

So i've spent a lot of time creating a project, a video of my sisters wedding. However the problem arrises when I try to burn the film to a DVD. The first times a tried buring it direct to a DVD from MyDVD and this prompted the message:

 

Failed to start the image writing operation Error while Burning Image

80004003 Error while Aborting

 

However after help from you guys I discovered that one way around this issue is to create an image of the film I created and burn that to the DVD. This process to several hours and when I tried to then burn it wouldnt let me. (Forgive me , I forget the error message it was so long ago I tried this).

 

I'm just wondering what the problem could be and any soultions. For some unknown reason the movie files were HUGE when I transferred them from my camera to my PC so I have to use 8.5GB DVDs, is this a problem? I had trouble locating these, and they're expensive, I'm using TDK 8.5GB double layer 8x speed DVDs. Are there more appropiate ones I shoud try?

 

If it isnt already clear I'm no computer expert and I'm definitely no Roxio expert, this is my first try at this. I dont have a high performance PC either (i'll post some details below), is this the problem?

 

Thanks guys, really hope you can help and look forward to it!

 

P.S I apologise for double posting this in the Creator 09 forums also, I have both and I wasnt sure if anyone was really still monitoring the 09 forums.

 

P.P.S Sorry for any typos. writing this fast!

 

 

Windows edition: Windows Vista Home Basic

Processor: Intel Pentium 4 CPU 3.00 GHz 2.99 GHz

Memory: 2GB

System type: 32-bit operating sytem

 

(I'm unsure of any other details but if you can tell me where I can find them I'll be happy to let you know)

 

So which program are you using, Creator 2010, Creator 2009 or EMC 9? There is no Creator 09. Stick with one forum.

 

How long in time is your project? File size are almost meaningless when working with video. A standard 4.7GB DVD can hold 60 minutes of video using the best quality (HQ) setting. Any longer and the video is compressed and you lose some quality. You can get just under 2 hours of best quality video on a 8,5GB DL DVD.

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Hey,

 

So i've spent a lot of time creating a project, a video of my sisters wedding. However the problem arrises when I try to burn the film to a DVD. The first times a tried buring it direct to a DVD from MyDVD and this prompted the message:

 

Failed to start the image writing operation Error while Burning Image

80004003 Error while Aborting

 

However after help from you guys I discovered that one way around this issue is to create an image of the film I created and burn that to the DVD. This process to several hours and when I tried to then burn it wouldnt let me. (Forgive me , I forget the error message it was so long ago I tried this).

 

I'm just wondering what the problem could be and any soultions. For some unknown reason the movie files were HUGE when I transferred them from my camera to my PC so I have to use 8.5GB DVDs, is this a problem? I had trouble locating these, and they're expensive, I'm using TDK 8.5GB double layer 8x speed DVDs. Are there more appropiate ones I shoud try?

 

If it isnt already clear I'm no computer expert and I'm definitely no Roxio expert, this is my first try at this. I dont have a high performance PC either (i'll post some details below), is this the problem?

 

Thanks guys, really hope you can help and look forward to it!

 

P.S I apologise for double posting this in the Creator 09 forums also, I have both and I wasnt sure if anyone was really still monitoring the 09 forums.

 

P.P.S Sorry for any typos. writing this fast!

 

 

Windows edition: Windows Vista Home Basic

Processor: Intel Pentium 4 CPU 3.00 GHz 2.99 GHz

Memory: 2GB

System type: 32-bit operating sytem

 

(I'm unsure of any other details but if you can tell me where I can find them I'll be happy to let you know)

 

 

So, did you ever do a search for that error, as was suggested a year ago?

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/63190-issue-burning-to-dvd-on-my-dvd/page__p__322382__fromsearch__1#entry322382

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Without that error message, it is very hard to make any suggestions. What application did you try to use to burn the Image file to the disc?

 

File size has little to do with how much video you can get on a disc. You can get about one hour of video at best quality in a single layer disc. A little less than 2 hours on a DL disc. You can get more if you reduce the quality but I'm sure you don't want to do that.

 

I will retry it and get you guys the error message, it will proabably not be until tomorrow though as it takes so long.

To burn the image I was just using Creator 2009, on the home page it says Burn Disc image, I was just using that, is there a better way of doing it?

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So which program are you using, Creator 2010, Creator 2009 or EMC 9? There is no Creator 09. Stick with one forum.

 

How long in time is your project? File size are almost meaningless when working with video. A standard 4.7GB DVD can hold 60 minutes of video using the best quality (HQ) setting. Any longer and the video is compressed and you lose some quality. You can get just under 2 hours of best quality video on a 8,5GB DL DVD.

 

Im using Creator 2009 though I aloso have access to Creator 2010 now. Sorry for the double post.

Im not sure of the total length of the project as its made up of several clips, can yoy tell me how to find out the exact time? Apparently theres 24 minutes left available on a 8.5GB DVD, or so it says on the bottom of MyDVD, if thats any idication for you. Sorry, i'm a complete noob at this.

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