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Random Drop Of Photos (Blank) During Videowave Encoding


Tom Heyboer
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I have experience a similar situation from videowave using myDVD to either iso or burn DVD. Problem occures about 65% through of 350 pictures and audio. Preview on videowave shows all photos. The issue occures during encoding. For some reason pictures are not encoded (they are blank ie black). After 7 attempts, it appears that 15 photos are dropped and is random (which ones are dropped).

It would appear that this program is unreliable!!!

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I have 350 photos and 6 audo files using videowave. Preview works great. Select myDVD using either iso or burn DVD, I have about 10 to 15 photos not encoded (blank -> black) while music recorded. This process was repeated 7 times with 10 to 15 photos dropped but randomly (differenct ones dropped, some sequentially). Repeat of review: goes through entire sequence with no problems. Actually observed encoding processes recording a blank where a photo should have been. Using perfmon, I saw the file accessed.

How does one get it to do 100% of the photo's? So far videowave with myDVD is unrelieable!

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I have 350 photos and 6 audo files using videowave. Preview works great. Select myDVD using either iso or burn DVD, I have about 10 to 15 photos not encoded (blank -> black) while music recorded. This process was repeated 7 times with 10 to 15 photos dropped but randomly (differenct ones dropped, some sequentially). Repeat of review: goes through entire sequence with no problems. Actually observed encoding processes recording a blank where a photo should have been. Using perfmon, I saw the file accessed.

How does one get it to do 100% of the photo's? So far videowave with myDVD is unrelieable!

 

In addition to what Jim asked could you also post the file size of the photo files?

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I am running this operation on an HP Envy 17" monitor with 8 GB Ram with CPU i7 running 1.6 ghz, 64 bit Windows 7 OS.

Roxio Creator 2012 Pro build 135B90A.

Production Length: 1:05:14.13. Using "SP" on DVD burn. Used is 3.552GB. Pretty much everything is default.

Picture sizes are about 4.0 MB jpeg format.

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I am running this operation on an HP Envy 17" monitor with 8 GB Ram with CPU i7 running 1.6 ghz, 64 bit Windows 7 OS.

Roxio Creator 2012 Pro build 135B90A.

Production Length: 1:05:14.13. Using "SP" on DVD burn. Used is 3.552GB. Pretty much everything is default.

Picture sizes are about 4.0 MB jpeg format.

 

A standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minutes of video at the HQ quality setting. Any longer and the video has to be compressed and you lose quality and other effects start to appear especially if you were to use the Fit-to-disc option (never use it)

 

Do you have any RW DVDs available. They are very handy for testing burns in that the DVDs can be erased and used again if there are problems. I would recommend reducing the length of the show to less then 60 minutes and try again. Another option is to first burn to an image file or a folder set. You can then play these using a software player and see if everything is Ok.

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