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80004005 Error While Encoding Movie 1


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Hello:

 

Roxio Creator 2011 Special Edition

 

 

I'm getting the eror:

80004005 Error while Encoding Movie 1

and then a program call "VideoWave" crashes.

 

I'm trying to burn some videos to DVD.

Attaching image of the error.

 

 

This was working for smaller, .avi files, but now I'm capturing with

a canon camcorder and these files are larger .mts files.

 

 

machine:

i5, win7, 4GB ram, GTX 460 768mb,

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Some people have issues with .mts files and others don't. It is possible that it is a camera setting. Some people have lost audio while other have more issues like you.

 

One or more of the videos you are trying to add may be corrupt or the attributes are something that Video Wave doesn't like. Video Wave (processing) is trying to convert the files to mpg2 and something stops it. All standard definition discs have mpg2 format (called VOB) on the disc. Since you didn't say that you were making a blu-ray or AVCHD disc, I assume standard definition.

 

There are several possibilities as work arounds and to figure out which one is bad or to get your disc completed.

 

Probably the easiest one is to open Video Copy and Convert, add the files and convert them to video/mpg2 files (select folder/files). Use the custom settings to select mpg2. You can then add the mpg2 files to Create DVDs.

If you have issues with using Video Copy and Convert, then go to cnet.com and download a free third party converter such as "Any Video Converter" or other.

 

Try a conversion of a couple of video files. Open Create DVD and add those couple of mpg2 files. When you go to burn, select to burn to an ISO (image) file . You should know pretty quickly if that has successfully worked around the issue. If the ISO completes, preview it using the free VLC player (again net.com freebie).

 

Yes, it is a pain having to do it that way but the important thing is to get it done without spending a lot of extra $$$.

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