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I have a movie that I recorded using my digital camera. I was able to convert it to a MPEG-2 file (eventually). I am now trying to convert it/burn it as a DVD movie using MyDVD. When I tell it to Burn to Disc, I get an error saying "8004520c Error while Encoding Movie 1". Any help/suggestions would great.

 

Specs:

Windows 8.1

Creator NXT2

Core i7 870

Nvidia Geforce GTX 660

 

All drivers are up to date.

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Do a search (top right on this page) on that error 8004520c.

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I did. Nothing seemed relevant and the suggestions I did find (defrag/make sure drivers are up to date) did not help.

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Did you try to burn to an image file? What was the result?

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What was the original format of the movie? How did you convert the movie to mpeg? What program did you use?

 

How long is the movie?

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What video camera? Many of the newer ones are either mt2s, mov or AVCHD (high definition). There is no need to convert those for Roxio Creator NXT2 ( where you posted). Do you have NXT2?

 

Chances are that the video file conversion is bad. Please answer Walt's question.

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I used a Canon Rebel T3i to record my son's school Christmas program. Due to the length, it was split in to a four different files. I used VideoWave to combine and compress the original files (*.mov) in to one file (going from a total of 8 GB to 2 GB MP4 file). I then tried to use the MP4 file to create a DVD that could be given to my parents. When that failed, I again used VideoWave to convert the MP4 file to MPEG-2 (using DVD best quality settings). That conversion worked, but when I tried to use MyDVD to make a DVD using that file, it errored out again.

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I used a Canon Rebel T3i to record my son's school Christmas program. Due to the length, it was split in to a four different files. I used VideoWave to combine and compress the original files (*.mov) in to one file (going from a total of 8 GB to 2 GB MP4 file). I then tried to use the MP4 file to create a DVD that could be given to my parents. When that failed, I again used VideoWave to convert the MP4 file to MPEG-2 (using DVD best quality settings). That conversion worked, but when I tried to use MyDVD to make a DVD using that file, it errored out again.

 

Again how long in time is the project? Why did you convert to mp4?

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