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Roxio 2012 Pro



I am tryng to make a blu ray disk. I can import a movie but then all fsreezes up.

Here is some info

My import files are 15 and total 70 mb.


I use Windows XP SP4

Intel Core 2 CPU

6420 @ 2.13 GHZ

2.13 GHZ # GB RAM

Hard drive is 466GB Used 79 Free space 386


Whne I import the files they show upon the menu but all freezes.


Severl questions


Will Roxio 2012 Pro do the job I want?

Can you help with the problem?

Will Windows 8 be compatable with Roxio 2012 Pro? Thanks John Looser

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You might want to try a Proper Repair on your current install...


First thing to do is to turn off your Anti Virus, Firewalls, Registry Cleaners, etc.


Now insert your Roxio Disc.


When you reach the screen where
is offered, choose that!


When the Repair competes, turn your AV & Firewall back on and reboot.


See what that does for you and let us know ;)

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I have done what you suggest and its still freezes up when I add a movie.


Please post some information on about your project, how you are creating it, your source files, etc?

It would help if you answered al of the questions that are asked. Where did you get the movies and in what format are they.

In your first post you state you have 15 files totalling 70Mb. That does not seem right. What is the total time for all files?

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These files are converted files from a Sony camcorder. They are converted to avi files. Some are 2 min and some go as long as five min. they are stitched into a movie. I have made DVDs with these files and no problem. When I get in Blu-ray mode the software freezes when I load these files. My main question still is does Roxio 2012 Pro support blu-ray or do you need an update?


PS I am sorry I posted ans in the wrong place. Hope this is he way to go John

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If MyDVD offers you a BD Project, then it is "supported" for sure ;)


Go back and do the Repair I posted in Post #4 ~ sometimes it takes up to 3 attempts to work!


After that, you may want to put them together in VideoWave (Edit Video - Advanced) and output them as a BD Quality or Same As file before trying them in MyDVD.


Sometimes the extra render is just what it needs to get them to go through :huh:

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