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Help!! I keep getting this same message: 8004520c Error while  Encoding Movie 1.

 

I got the message originally, the first time I tried to burn to disc, but then on trying again it somehow worked (although I had done nothing differently), and I have one DVD made now. Every time I try again, it goes back to saying 8004520c Error while  Encoding Movie 1 and I've no idea what to do now!!

 

please help, this is driving me crazy....

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Help!! I keep getting this same message: 8004520c Error while Encoding Movie 1.

 

I got the message originally, the first time I tried to burn to disc, but then on trying again it somehow worked (although I had done nothing differently), and I have one DVD made now. Every time I try again, it goes back to saying 8004520c Error while Encoding Movie 1 and I've no idea what to do now!!

 

please help, this is driving me crazy....

 

It means that the computer is screaming for some maintenance. Read this Kb article.

Here are some free and valubale tools you can use.

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We'll keep our fingers crossed :lol:

 

Actually a better approach is to burn to Folder in MyDVD...

 

Then take the (VIDEO_TS) Folder into Burn Data Disc. That way seems to work when all others fail :huh:

 

It is odd and frustrating! I usually do the Folder - Seperate Burn method, but today sent a 3 hour video to a BD without a glitch after rendering for 6+ hours :P (of course there was still plenty of room on the BD disc, so I wasn't near the edge)

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Defrag anyway!!!

 

If you wait till Windows thinks it needs it, it then tell you that you don't have enough space to defrag :o

 

Ask me how I know that :lol:

 

Also, have you tried making a Folder Set instead of burning to a disc?

I have a brand new computer and I got the same error message. I have a 2 TB HD and 10 GB RAM. Why must I defrag? Also why should I have to make a folder set instead of burning to a disc? Shouldn't Roxio 12 have every necessary file in existence so as to decode ANY video file? I'm sorry if I sound rather bitter....but I am.

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I have a brand new computer and I got the same error message. I have a 2 TB HD and 10 GB RAM. Why must I defrag? Also why should I have to make a folder set instead of burning to a disc? Shouldn't Roxio 12 have every necessary file in existence so as to decode ANY video file? I'm sorry if I sound rather bitter....but I am.

 

I don't think there isa video editor that will convert every video file format in existence, atleast not in this price range. Why do you think there are hundreds of specialized video converters advertising on the web?

 

Since you have given no information at all about your project or your system, it is impossible to make any recommendation. "Brand new computer, 2TB, 10GB RAM" doesn't mean anything when it comes to video.

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I have a brand new computer and I got the same error message. I have a 2 TB HD and 10 GB RAM. Why must I defrag? Also why should I have to make a folder set instead of burning to a disc? Shouldn't Roxio 12 have every necessary file in existence so as to decode ANY video file? I'm sorry if I sound rather bitter....but I am.

 

Program works fine for me, don't assume its a Roxio problem.

 

Some good info here http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/77870-8004520c-error-while-encoding/page__p__389383__hl__%228004520c%22__fromsearch__1#entry389383

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I don't think there isa video editor that will convert every video file format in existence, atleast not in this price range. Why do you think there are hundreds of specialized video converters advertising on the web?

 

Since you have given no information at all about your project or your system, it is impossible to make any recommendation. "Brand new computer, 2TB, 10GB RAM" doesn't mean anything when it comes to video.

the Roxio suggestion that I defrag my hard drive doesn't make sense to me. I have Roxio Creator 2012 Running on HP 7 64 bit. I downloaded the DIVX encode but still not the ONE code I need. Putting together video I shot with a JVC everio and stills with a NikonD5000.

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the Roxio suggestion that I defrag my hard drive doesn't make sense to me. I have Roxio Creator 2012 Running on HP 7 64 bit. I downloaded the DIVX encode but still not the ONE code I need. Putting together video I shot with a JVC everio and stills with a NikonD5000.

...like leading a horse to water :lol:

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Until you realize that you are going to have to do something more than 'Logic' your way out of this, there is little we can do to help you :(

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