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Burning Home movies to DVD+R - 10/5/2004 9:25:20 AM   
aslok

 

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I am editing some home movie footage with videowave 5. I am trying to use DVD+R, but I keep getting an error message saying that the disk is full, it definatley is not. My hunch is that videowave will only write to DVD-R. There is no question about my burner being at fault as it works for backing up DVD's and CD's (on DVD+R).
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RE: Burning Home movies to DVD+R - 10/5/2004 10:45:11 AM   
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Is it possible the output file to be larger than 4464Mb?

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RE: Burning Home movies to DVD+R - 10/5/2004 10:49:56 AM   
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No it is a short sequence of pictures lasting approx 200 seconds

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RE: Burning Home movies to DVD+R - 10/6/2004 11:07:27 PM   
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I have that software, got it on freebate from CompUSA. I have not installed it since I rebuilt my machine because I found it to be a pig for building a DVD.

However, as far as I can remember, the thing will write video CD's. Are you SURE that it is not pointing to your CD burner instead of your DVD burner? That would explain the "disk full" message.


-NGR

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RE: Burning Home movies to DVD+R - 10/7/2004 9:20:48 AM   
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Thanks for replying Roo, I have a CD-DVD combi writer, so I think I can rule that out. Anyway I am just about to re- produce a movie and attempt it with DVD+R, so will let you know how I get on.

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RE: Burning Home movies to DVD+R - 10/26/2004 11:39:15 AM   
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any good news, aslok?

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