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I have edited a video with Cyberlink but when I go to burn it to disc, cannot find the file in PowerProducer / 5.0


Go to Start->Search and type the name pf this newly saved file in the All Files and Folders and start search. Windows will show you the name of the file and the folder where it is saved.

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Model DRW 6S160PX06C


You cannot edit files *directly* on the CD/DVD. CD-RW and DVD-RW means you can "erase and re-burn" a cd or dvd, and reuse them like they were new.

You CAN however, just copy the files from the CD onto the hard drive and work from there. If you did that, sometimes files that are copied from a CD to the computer get copied with their "Read Only" flag set.

To undo that, in windows explorer, select the offending files that are on your HARD DRIVE, right click and go to Properties.

Uncheck "Read Only"

Click OK.

Now your files should be editable.

Again I emphasize that you cannot edit files directly on the CD or DVD. You can copy them to your computer, edit and change them as you see fit, and then re-burn the cd or dvd.

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