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Hi guys, frustrated!

I use Roxio Creator Pro 2011.

 

In trying to burn , when using the DVD copy programme burning by copying VIDEO_TS folder that I created ,the burn failed. Error OX 15210203

 

Tried converting the original video to Mpeg4, then tried drag and drop, failed again. Error OX80041024.

My DVD recorder details>>>>>

Freecom Classic DVD RW >>>> USB; Driver Date 01/07/2001; Vers 5.1.2535.0

Any ideas would be very welcome, before I ruin any more DVD discs!

Thanks

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WHAT is your source?

 

How BIG is it?

 

Lastly, WHAT do you want it to do when done?

 

Thanks for the reply Jim

I was just trying to make a DVD from the video-ts file I created. When I tried it as mp4 it was 492Mb. I just wanted to create a DVD to play in a normal DVD player.

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and?

 

and?

 

There were 3 questions :lol:

 

I get nothing for the error numbers so I am trying to get an idea of what you have and what you want.

 

DVD Movies are discs that are Authored. You cannot simply slap a bunch of files onto a disc and think it will work :o

 

Burn problems can also stem from media, drivers, firmware, registry etc. So it is not going to be a Click 'n Smile fix... :(

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and?

 

and?

 

There were 3 questions :lol:

 

I get nothing for the error numbers so I am trying to get an idea of what you have and what you want.

 

DVD Movies are discs that are Authored. You cannot simply slap a bunch of files onto a disc and think it will work :o

 

Burn problems can also stem from media, drivers, firmware, registry etc. So it is not going to be a Click 'n Smile fix... :(

 

Well Jim, I've had this burn problem with R C 9, 10, now 11 pro.

I previous cases, I copied home video, created .WMV files, or mpeg4 files no probs, but DVD won't burn them. I've emailed Freecom to see if there is a new deriver for my Freecom Classic (USB) DVD recorder.

 

In this case I told Video Copy & Convert to make a DVD from a video I downloaded, it did this and saved the Video-TS folder to my hard drive. I tried to make a DVD from this by importing it to Video Copy & Convert as insructed by the program, it went for a few minutes, then stopped, error message.

I then converted the film to mp4 thinking it might be a smaller file and tried again, same result, different error message!

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Are you going to keep the error messages a secret?

No they were in my first post....repeat here>>>>>> In trying to burn , when using the DVD copy programme burning by copying VIDEO_TS folder that I created ,the burn failed. Error OX 15210203

 

Tried converting the original video to Mpeg4, then tried drag and drop, failed again. Error OX80041024.

My DVD recorder details>>>>>

Freecom Classic DVD RW >>>> USB; Driver Date 01/07/2001; Vers 5.1.2535.0

Any ideas would be very welcome, before I ruin any more DVD discs!

Thanks

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PS, I still want to find out what is the problem with my Roxio Creator Pro 11, but I've resorted to using a program I never used on my (8 year old) Sony Vaio. CLICK to DVD is happily creating a DVD disc for me now. It did say the file was too big for the DVD, gave me the option that it would reduce quality, which it did, a nice feature which doesn't seem to be offered on Creator Pro, which just ruins the disc!

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Yes that's the burner I was using on my PC, but the Vaio is using it's own DVD tray

 

The Vaio has it's own burner and it worked?

 

Try and burn to the Freecom Classic DVD RW >>>> USB Burner from the Viao.

 

If it works we know it's not the burner, get it?

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The Vaio has it's own burner and it worked?

 

Try and burn to the Freecom Classic DVD RW >>>> USB Burner from the Viao.

 

If it works we know it's not the burner, get it?

Ye good idea! When I can untangle all the wires round my PC, I'll try that. Thanks for your links by the way, I'm going to read through all those, give myself an education!

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Well Jim, going back to my original post..quote..>>>>>>I use Roxio Creator Pro 2011.

In trying to burn , when using the DVD copy programme burning by copying VIDEO_TS folder that I created ,the burn failed. Error OX 15210203

Tried converting the original video to Mpeg4, then tried drag and drop, failed again. Error OX80041024.

My DVD recorder details>>>>>

Freecom Classic DVD RW >>>> USB; Driver Date 01/07/2001; Vers 5.1.2535.0

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I imported a video file to Roxio Copy & Convert suite.

I chose DVD from the selection...Roxio created and saved a folder video-ts I think it was called.

I put a DVD into the Freecom DVD burner, dragged the file onto the disc icon on the desktop.....failed.

 

I then imported the original video again, told Copy & Convert to save it to DVD, failed again.

 

I then imported again, chose mpeg 4 converted to that, dragged the file onto the icon (new disc in, old one corrupted) failed again.

 

So I used a program on my vaio laptop which is 8 years old, but I had never used before. Called Click to DVD. It only recognised .wmv, so I converted to .wmv using my Creator pro, transferred to the laptop, and I now have my DVD.

 

However, I don't like defeat, so I'm determined to find out why Roxio wouldn't burn the movie, I've emailed freecom to see if there is a driver update, as Roxio support seem to always suggest this as a first possibility, butI appreciate your advice, and appreciate the time you take in helping.

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Thanks! I am leaning toward running the Prep & Repair… :glare:

 

Before that, I would like you to try this:

 

Open VideoWave (Edit Video-Advanced) and add your files to that.

 

From there, go to MyDVD (button at top). In MyDVD either burn to disc, an RW would be great! Or you can create an ISO by burning to File.

 

These 2 are completely different programs from VCC and I want to see how they handle your source files…

 

If there are any errors, we need to know exactly what they say ;)

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Hi again Jim, followed your instructions, seeme to be going OK so I went out let it get on with it. Came back, same problem I think, gave me this message twice.....

An unrecoverable device error occurred. Error while Encoding Movie 1

An unrecoverable device error occurred. Error while Encoding Movie 1

Disc I used Tuffdisc 4 X DVD +RW 4.7GB Grade A + multispeed. Disc now unreadable by Windows as usual!

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Hi again Jim, followed your instructions, seeme to be going OK so I went out let it get on with it. Came back, same problem I think, gave me this message twice.....

An unrecoverable device error occurred. Error while Encoding Movie 1

An unrecoverable device error occurred. Error while Encoding Movie 1

Disc I used Tuffdisc 4 X DVD +RW 4.7GB Grade A + multispeed. Disc now unreadable by Windows as usual!

 

It is very confusing to follow what you are really doing.

 

Did you "burn" to the iso (image) file as Jim asked you to?

 

How long in time is the video that you are trying to burn? Where did you get the video? I know you said you downloaded it but from where? In what format is the downloaded video?

From your error message it seems that there is a problem with your source video.

There is no point to converting to mp4 since you can't burn it to a DVD and play it anyway.

 

Can you even play that Video_TS folder that you created using a software player?

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It is very confusing to follow what you are really doing.

 

Did you "burn" to the iso (image) file as Jim asked you to?

 

How long in time is the video that you are trying to burn? Where did you get the video? I know you said you downloaded it but from where? In what format is the downloaded video?

From your error message it seems that there is a problem with your source video.

There is no point to converting to mp4 since you can't burn it to a DVD and play it anyway.

 

Can you even play that Video_TS folder that you created using a software player?

Yes! What Walt said :lol:

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Hi guys..last attempt I used the .wmv file, which I had successfully used to create a DVD using my 'Click to DVD' program on Sony vaio. I had previously used the video-TS file created, no success.

I told My DVD to fit to disc. File was 4.4Gb, +RW was 4.7Gb.

I just now burned a DVD using my Freecom burner. Used a .avi video file 29.5Mb to save a long wait!

First in error I burned a DATA disc, successfully played sound only.

Then I used MY DVD. Created the Menus, burned the disc, perfect! So the program works, the burner works, it obviously did not like the large file, even though I told it to 'fit to disc'

Still can't figure why the Sony was able to do it. I have 2mb RAM on my PC which refused it, only 1.5 Mb RAM on my laptop which succeeded. Maybe you can figure it from your knowledge of how it works, I don't have the knowledge I'm afraid, but I do appreciate your time spent helping.

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In video we talk in TIME… file size is a useless measure and holds no meaning. :huh:

 

A “Tuffdisc” is some completely unknown disc Do yourself a big favor and order some Verbaitim! (it may not be the disc’s fault this time but you are swimming with junk :lol: )

 

You never really answer any of the specific questions… that really makes it hard to be of any assistance ;)

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Sorry, but I am an amateur! I've done so many things I can't remember how to answer a lot of the questions! I really do appreciate your time, I'll do as you say and get some Verbatim discs, I didn't realise the make was so important. Thanks again to all who tried to help.

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Tuff Discs (the ones I've come across anyway) are CMC Magnetics AM3 - general reports are mixed on quality

 

http://www.videohelp.com/dvdmedia?dvdmediadvdridsearch=CMC%20MAG.%20AM3

 

They're only 'value' is that they have better scratch resistance (on the printed label side anyway - the paint is thicker)

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Tuff Discs (the ones I've come across anyway) are CMC Magnetics AM3 - general reports are mixed on quality

 

http://www.videohelp.com/dvdmedia?dvdmediadvdridsearch=CMC%20MAG.%20AM3

 

They're only 'value' is that they have better scratch resistance (on the printed label side anyway - the paint is thicker)

 

Thanks I'll check out that link

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