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Give us details please.... Step 4 of 5 means nothing unless you put it in context to what you were doing when this happened.

 

Were you trying to install the program/, were you in some particular application in one of the applications?.

 

Read the link in post # 2.

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Running Roxio Videowave Movie Creator to create a DVD with 2 videos (not commercial videos). The size was within the limits. I had no trouble with one file, but when I tried to create a DVD with 2 videos, the software closed down before allowing me to finish. I tried it next by setting the place to use for creating the internal file from my hard drive (C:/) to an external hard drive. This time it at least stopped to give me the error message. It terminated in an unsual way -- said to contact the company.

The software came with my computer - 1.6.636.0 Eng. Running on XP with Pentium IV processor.

 

So, the DVD maker made it through both videos and had just finished the sound for the 2nd one in Step 4 when it closed out the program.

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Running Roxio Videowave Movie Creator to create a DVD with 2 videos (not commercial videos). The size was within the limits. I had no trouble with one file, but when I tried to create a DVD with 2 videos, the software closed down before allowing me to finish. I tried it next by setting the place to use for creating the internal file from my hard drive (C:/) to an external hard drive. This time it at least stopped to give me the error message. It terminated in an unsual way -- said to contact the company.

The software came with my computer - 1.6.636.0 Eng. Running on XP with Pentium IV processor.

 

So, the DVD maker made it through both videos and had just finished the sound for the 2nd one in Step 4 when it closed out the program.

I have no idea what "The size was within the limits." means. File size is not important when creating video DVDs, it is the time length of your project that matters. A standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minites of video at the best quality setting. Any longer and the video has to be compressed and you lose quality.

 

Also give some more detailed specs on your computer. No idea what "1.6.636.0 Eng." is supposed to mean. How much free space on your system drive?

 

A better description of how your project is created would also help. Where did the original video come from, in what format is it, are you adding audio, transitions, etc?

 

Have you tried creating an iso image file or a folder set instead of burning to DVD? That would tell you if your problem is with the actuall video or with the burn

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1. In Step 4 of making a DVD, it reads that the two files total 1410.52 MB or 57% of the 4.7 GB disc.

 

2. Specs: Microsoft windows XP, Professional, Version 2002, Service Pack 3. Intel Xeon CPU, 5130 @ 2.00 GHz, 1.99 GHz, 2.0 GB of RAM. Software version 1.6.636 in English. External HD has 44.2 GB free space out of 55.8 GB.

 

3. The files were created in PowerPoint, saved as a movie (.wmv) and converted to mpeg to use in Video Wave Movie Creator.

 

4. No, I haven't tried to create an iso image file. Don't know what that is.

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