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Second Try To Burn Iso To Dvd Failed


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I have not had any problems with Creator 2012 for quite awhile, so I am stumped. I "burned" an iso image of my DVD project. Twice it has failed to burn to DL DVD. I know Sony discs has not been recommeded but I have not had problems until today. This is the error:

 

Sense: 02 ASC: 04 ASQ: 08 (Command 35)

 

PX.dll 4.30.13.0

 

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Sony has Never made a disc... as a result you using the disc made by the lowest bidder who agreed to put their name on it :huh:

 

The ones I have used have been OK (all BD) but some others have not been happy...

 

Try a Variation in your process.

 

Render it to a Folder in place of your ISO.

 

Open the Burn Data Disc from the Creator 2012 Data Tab, and add your Folder to that and burn.

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I have not had any problems with Creator 2012 for quite awhile, so I am stumped. I "burned" an iso image of my DVD project. Twice it has failed to burn to DL DVD. I know Sony discs has not been recommeded but I have not had problems until today. This is the error:

 

Sense: 02 ASC: 04 ASQ: 08 (Command 35)

 

PX.dll 4.30.13.0

 

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

 

Define fail?

 

Meaning of your error. 02-04-08 Logical unit not ready, long write in progress

 

Try rebooting the PC right before burning the image to disc.

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I combined the two suggestions and successfully burned the project to a DL DVD. Answer to the question "Define Fail": The DVD tray was ejected by Creator 2012 and part of the message said I could try again with a different disk. This happened twice. I am sorry I did not post the entire message as an attachment. I want to mention that for other projects I have rendered to a folder and then burned to DVD with Roxio and had failures. The ISO method seemed to work better until this project. I do want to mention that I was using a dual layer DVD AND I have never had to use "Fit to Disk", but I did this time. Otherwise, I would have had to re-create hours of work. I have a rewritable single layer DVD thanks to suggestions made on this board. I plan to look into rewritable dual layer DVD's.

 

Thanks very much for your help.

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I combined the two suggestions and successfully burned the project to a DL DVD. Answer to the question "Define Fail": The DVD tray was ejected by Creator 2012 and part of the message said I could try again with a different disk. This happened twice. I am sorry I did not post the entire message as an attachment. I want to mention that for other projects I have rendered to a folder and then burned to DVD with Roxio and had failures. The ISO method seemed to work better until this project. I do want to mention that I was using a dual layer DVD AND I have never had to use "Fit to Disk", but I did this time. Otherwise, I would have had to re-create hours of work. I have a rewritable single layer DVD thanks to suggestions made on this board. I plan to look into rewritable dual layer DVD's.

 

Thanks very much for your help.

DVD-DL RW??? No such animal exists :huh:

 

There was some industry announcements that implied being right on the edge of productions, but they were merely a flash in the pan :(

 

Verbatim (Singapore) and Taiyo Yuden (JVC) are the only ones that we use but DL are a little harder to burn so there is always a slight risk factor ;)

 

Compare BD-R's pricing, these 2 are getting closer and the 25 GB seem pretty darn stable to me. (of course new media in a new burner... what could go wrong :lol: )

 

The 50 GB are still pricey and both require specific burners as well as some adjustments to accommodate what you want to accomplish...

 

Give it some though and if you want to bounce around ideas, you know where we live ;)

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DVD-DL RW??? No such animal exists :huh:

 

There was some industry announcements that implied being right on the edge of productions, but they were merely a flash in the pan :(

 

Verbatim (Singapore) and Taiyo Yuden (JVC) are the only ones that we use but DL are a little harder to burn so there is always a slight risk factor ;)

 

Compare BD-R's pricing, these 2 are getting closer and the 25 GB seem pretty darn stable to me. (of course new media in a new burner... what could go wrong :lol: )

 

The 50 GB are still pricey and both require specific burners as well as some adjustments to accommodate what you want to accomplish...

 

Give it some though and if you want to bounce around ideas, you know where we live ;)

 

I guess that is why I have not bought any DVD-DL RW.

 

Well now I really feel silly. I have a Blu Ray drive in my laptop and bought both single layer and dual layer BD-RE's to test the drive. I should go the extra step with these productions that need a dual layer DVD. I could copy the production from my PC to the laptop, which also has Creator 2012 installed. I prefer working on my desktop PC.

 

What tweaking should I do? Do you agree I could test on the Blu Ray and be confident the burn to DVD-DL on the desktop would not fail?

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You can do all your work on your desktop, including burning a Folder Set or ISO file... Only one of these would have to be transfered to your Lap to use its' burner ;)

 

Do a short one and test it out (gotta love that RE for testing)!

 

BEFORE committing to doing it this way, would be be kind enough to describe what it is you are out to accomplish? What is your Source material?

 

I don't like throwing out ideas that might not be the best to suite your needs ;)

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You can do all your work on your desktop, including burning a Folder Set or ISO file... Only one of these would have to be transfered to your Lap to use its' burner ;)

 

Do a short one and test it out (gotta love that RE for testing)!

 

BEFORE committing to doing it this way, would be be kind enough to describe what it is you are out to accomplish? What is your Source material?

 

I don't like throwing out ideas that might not be the best to suite your needs ;)

 

Sure. I am transferring family VHS tapes to DVD. When I retired I thought this would be a good project, but there are so many I am tempted on some days to give it up. However, I have a good VHS player attached to my desktop that needs to be relocated, when I am finished. I know I could do it faster if I did not look at them as much as I do, but I can't help looking and setting a few chapters to make it easier to navigate on the finished DVD. Some of the walks down memory lane are quite funny.

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...that could get ugly <_<

 

To start VHS Quality is so low that it will not tolerate being reduced to fit on a regular 4.7 GB disc!

 

A 4.7 GB disc can hold about 1 hour of HQ DVD Movie...

 

BD Discs do not accept DVD Movies, per se...

 

A 50 GB BD disc could hold 12:50 hours using EP setting (1280 X 720 @ 15 Mbps). Which will let the VHS Quality look as good as it will ever be (can't be made better)...

(25 GB disc about 1/2)

 

My cunning scheme would be to capture a tape into one full length file at HQ mpeg or avi.

 

Then add that file to a BD Project giving it the title you wish it to have.

 

Then the next, etc till you are full.

 

You can add chapter markers to each Titlle as you wish.

(keep it simple - your goal is to watch the tapes not fumble all night with a remote :huh: also simple, lends to finishing the project :P )

 

You have the RE's at hand for some tests - do some really short ones to see what you think and what problems you are encountering... Aspect Ratio is one thing you will notice right away...

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...that could get ugly <_<

 

To start VHS Quality is so low that it will not tolerate being reduced to fit on a regular 4.7 GB disc!

 

A 4.7 GB disc can hold about 1 hour of HQ DVD Movie...

 

BD Discs do not accept DVD Movies, per se...

 

A 50 GB BD disc could hold 12:50 hours using EP setting (1280 X 720 @ 15 Mbps). Which will let the VHS Quality look as good as it will ever be (can't be made better)...

(25 GB disc about 1/2)

 

My cunning scheme would be to capture a tape into one full length file at HQ mpeg or avi.

 

Then add that file to a BD Project giving it the title you wish it to have.

 

Then the next, etc till you are full.

 

You can add chapter markers to each Titlle as you wish.

(keep it simple - your goal is to watch the tapes not fumble all night with a remote :huh: also simple, lends to finishing the project :P )

 

You have the RE's at hand for some tests - do some really short ones to see what you think and what problems you are encountering... Aspect Ratio is one thing you will notice right away...

 

Thanks. I have tweaked the settings for my TV tuner card Hauppauge 2250 MC (internal card). Usually I have no problems with Creator burning to a dual layer 8.5 GB DVD. There is a little wasted space from a two hour VHS tape, but were are trying to make the DVDs' content match a particular tape. We do not have a Blu Ray player attached to a TV, but I am leaning in that direction.

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