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Pinknik, Jul 26, 2014 #13 gloomrider Forum Resident Location: Hollywood, CA, USA Hi Jim Just to confirm, the file system you're writing these images to is NTFS, not FAT32, correct? If all goes well it will take about 6 min to burn an album to a DVD-ROM ISO file. The disc drive never starts spinning unless it is only 2 tracks, and then the errors start when that disc is played. Jim T, Jul 26, 2014 #2 charlie W Forum Resident Location: ATX North I don't miss the Windows operating system. http://phabletkeyboards.com/sony-dvd/sony-dvd-architect-error.php

Added a Menu with a 1920x1080 video as Background (i've tried with MPEG-2 TS (.ts) Video and with a MPEG-2 TS (.ts) video too). I've seen a similar thing myself, but I set aside any deeper examination due to other more pressing and entertaining needs. Jim T, Jul 27, 2014 #17 Jim T Forum Resident Thread Starter Location: Mars GreenDrazi said: ↑ Jim, If this is the same computer that you've posted about recently, then it's The mpeg files were the same length and name but with a minor correction in the video and new time/date.

Sony Creative Software is very good about reauthorizing an install - even if you have done it a gazillion times. Select a category Sort by Default Summary New or Updated Description Date Updated Direction Ascending Descending Search Tips Search filters applied Error: "There is not enough space in the prepare The length of time and the bit-rate of your video will determine how much capacity you will need available on your hard drives and DVD discs for preparing and burning. Here is> what I have done so far...>> 1.

  1. M!KkI Posts: 570Joined: Sun Jul 16, 2006 1:50 am » Wed Aug 04, 2010 6:00 am I had the exact same problem, (using 1.0c, I might add).
  2. Bottom line, you aren't doing anything wrong.
  3. It returns only info messages, no errors or warnings> 7.
  4. I select my DVD drive as the prepare folder.
  5. Thank you!
  6. Installed a brand new DVD-R> 3.
  7. Maybe it is my drive that is going bad?
  8. I'm at a loss.
  9. My Windows 7 Professional 64 has the capability to run what is referred to as a "virtual machine".
  10. I even went back and rendered out in Vegas Pro 8 instead thinking 10 was giving me issues AND did DVD prep in original DVDA 5 but still that damned error!

I've checked Optimize project and it told me that the video and audio FOR THE MENU has to be re-compressed because is not compatible. In a 32 bit environment, DVD Architect 5.2 ran to a normal completion, and I was able to burn the results to a DVD! Tom Flanagan Posts: 529Joined: Fri Jul 20, 2007 7:51 pm » Wed Aug 04, 2010 4:13 pm I have the same problem and not like solving it, somebody knows? The reason for the error could not be determined. (And an "OK" button on the pop-up let me confirm the message, oh joy.) However, using the identical 24/96k .wav files with

There have been some Windows updates, but I have not added anything that I can think of that would cause this. The most likely culprit is the HDD, but it could be other components too. The link you followed has been transferred to MAGIX. https://forums.creativecow.net/thread/24/927458 Unfortunately, the DVD had the same "white noise" characteristics on my Oppo 93 as 64 bit DVD Architect Pro 6.0 results.

http://multiavchd.deanbg.com/tutorial.php Thanks for the anwser! If I used the remote skip button to go back to the start of the noisy track, the white noise would stop and the track would play normally. Before you wipe the drive and re-install Windows, I would delete the Windows paging file(I assume this is Windows XP operating system). Thank you, Steve!

It returns only info messages, no errors or warnings7. On the top right if you click "end action" I click and change that to music video and below that your first track should be high lighted. You can find an example of a bit-rate calculator here: http://www.videohelp.com/calc.htm If you determine that the hard drive lacks sufficient space for preparing your DVD, there are a few things that For a DVD player, I think I've seen that you use an Oppo, though I don't recall which model.

I don't know what triggers it. navigate to this website Can't find your answer ? Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... I'v to select the audio from it's own file in order to have the video's audio in the menu. 3.

Installed a brand new DVD-R> 3. I have tons of free space (> 2Tb), so it's not that. This error is indeed caused by some perceived error by DVDA and an mpeg file. More about the author Originally Posted by dabezt BTW I'm getting crazy this .TS file I'v recorded from a Sattelite provider...

Please use the previous link instead. Even more curious, I used all of the same video in another project of different length and I did not get the error. Try these numbers on a small section using the worst possible footage in it and see what you think.

A reason for the error could not be determined.

Quick question about DVD X COPY PLATINUM Dvd burning problems Dvd error Sony Movie Studio 4 Cd/dvd burning problems Dvd architect POWER CALIBRATION ERROR ON DVD/RW DRIVE Premiere->Encore DVD error message The resulting BDMV structure can be burned to DVDR or BD media. Finally I got the "An error occured..." message. I did try this and for my version of the error it did not solve it.

Al Thanks Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report the solution jradigan wrote on 01/23/2014, 06:03 PM I'll check to see if I have any that large, and try this DVD Architect error? (Exception 0xC0000005 (access violati.. Software ACID Pro ACID Music Studio Catalyst Browse Catalyst Prepare Movie Studio Movie Studio Platinum Sound Forge Pro Sound Forge Audio Studio SpectraLayers Pro Vegas Pro All Software Royalty-Free Content Loops http://phabletkeyboards.com/sony-dvd/sony-dvd-architect-ioctl-error.php Password Register FAQ Today's Posts Search What Happens in Vegas... ...stays in Vegas!

I've been using the product for about a year now and this error has never happened nor has anyone posted a question with message like this. A few tracks later, the white noise would start again...and the white noise could again be cleared by skipping back to the new track's start. Change font size FAQ Login 12 posts • Page 1 of 1 Warning: An error occured while writing a file. » Wed Aug 04, 2010 4:25 am I get this message If you need the 32-bit version it is here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/audioplex/files/lplex/0.3/lplex-0.3-win32.zip/download Apesbrain, Jul 26, 2014 #10 svoegtlin likes this.

The reason for the error could not be determined".>> Ok, Did I miss a step somewhere, or does anyone have a clue what this> error message usually means?>> Thanks> Mike>Do not This is exactly why I gave up computer recording years ago.Click to expand... Installed a brand new DVD-R3. Click on Make DVD in DVDA.5.

That's almost as much work as making the entire project though. The resulting BDMV structure can be burned to DVDR or BD media. claire ley Posts: 519Joined: Fri Aug 04, 2006 1:48 pm » Wed Aug 04, 2010 1:32 pm I got the same message again and again exactly before the end.