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Mydvd Hangs At 82%


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Computer details: Chillblast Fusion Shadow, Core I5 running at 4,6 GHz, Asus P8Z68-V LE motherboard, 8GB PC3-10666 1333 DDR Memory, AMD Radeon HD 6670 1024 graphics card, 1TB HDD, Samsung Blu-ray ROM/DVD-RW optical drive: running Windows 7 64-bit


Have edited a movie from .avi clips, with text and transitions: totals 2hrs 31 minutes. (47 panels in Storyline) No chapters, no menu.


Clicked 'Output' then 'DVD; inserted a DVD SL 4.7 GB disk, quality 'Fit to disc', thern pressed 'Burn' (See dropdown box .jpg)



Clicked Burn, 'Open Project ticked, Encode Movied arrowed green; proceeds until 62% reached, then hangs.


Tried 4 times, same result. Preview runs to the end.


Suggetsions please (I am computer literate (aged 83) but virgin with movie editing.


Thanks for any help



Edited by Gdadd83
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A 4.7 GB DVD holds 1 hour of DVD Movie at HQ...


An 8.5, about twice that...


Fit to Disc in your case will drop the Quality so low that many players will not even play the disc :huh:


Always choose HQ and keep it within the time limits and it should be fine.


Getting up to change discs should be looked upon as Exercise :lol:

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Thank you very much for quick response, it now makes sense although I thought I had read somewhere that a 4,7 would hold 2.5 hours! I assume it all depends on the quality.


I asssume that 8.5 is a DL disc so maybe I will try one for a 2-hour show (I can trim the edit some).


BTW, getting up at my age takes a long time!


Thanks again Guru for help and a great sense of humour.

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