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Export To Dvd Hangs At 97%


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Recorded to disc then exported to DVD dual layer. Export hangs at 97% Any suggestions?

 

What are you using to export to a dual layer DVD? Please explain more. Did you wait long enough; sometimes it seems to hang and then finishes. You can't trust the progress bars on any software !

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I get the same thing whether its an archived file or after capturing a vhs tape and then exporting it. I am using a HP DVD1260 multiformat DVD drive. The recording is 1 hour and 50 mins. Size of the file is 7.854 GB (tape 1 of BASEBALL, A film by Ken Burns) BTW, it’s a great Documentary

 

Specs of my system

processor- Q9505

RAM- 4 GB

Hard Drive- 1 TB

Media- Memorex Dual Layer DVD+R, 8x, 8.5 GB, 240 min

 

all connections are sata

 

to summarize, exporting gets stuck at 97% and then finally an error appears,” there was a problem writing to the disc”. But, I can play the disc on my computer, but NO other DVD device/player will read it.

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I get the same thing whether its an archived file or after capturing a vhs tape and then exporting it. I am using a HP DVD1260 multiformat DVD drive. The recording is 1 hour and 50 mins. Size of the file is 7.854 GB (tape 1 of BASEBALL, A film by Ken Burns) BTW, it's a great Documentary

 

Specs of my system

processor- Q9505

RAM- 4 GB

Hard Drive- 1 TB

Media- Memorex Dual Layer DVD+R, 8x, 8.5 GB, 240 min

 

all connections are sata

 

to summarize, exporting gets stuck at 97% and then finally an error appears," there was a problem writing to the disc". But, I can play the disc on my computer, but NO other DVD device/player will read it.

 

File size means almost nothing when it comes to video. The time length of the video and the quality setting are much more important.

 

A standard 4.7GB DVD can hold 60 minutes of best quality video and a DL DVD can hold slightly less then 120 minutes. What quality setting are you using when burning?

Are you first burning to a iso image file or Video_TS folder instead of burning directly to DVD? This separates the encoding and burning process and generally gives better results besides showing whether there is a problem encoding before starting the burn process.

 

BTW, Memorex are considered bottom of the barrel quality discs. Get some Verbatims or Taiyo Yuden.

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File size means almost nothing when it comes to video. The time length of the video and the quality setting are much more important.

 

A standard 4.7GB DVD can hold 60 minutes of best quality video and a DL DVD can hold slightly less then 120 minutes.

 

The reason for those Parameters is Roxio Software uses a constant bit rate encoder at 9MBps = Megabytes per second, using High Quality setting (HQ).

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