I created a movie using photos and music in windows moviemaker, saved as a movie file and burned it onto DVD - R disks in sonic MYdvd. I burned 3, and all three will play fine the first time, but will freeze and skip in different dvd players every time after the first. So they are only completely viewable the first airing. I was wondering if it is the program, or the media? I have made other movies in the past the same way with no problems.
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Re: dvd created inn sonic mydvd will only play once
It most likely has something to do with the way set top players store certain things in memory. have you ever noticed that if you pop a dvd out while watching then put it right back it, that it will resume? try putting another dvd in then putting the picture dvd in and see what happens.
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FIrst off you'll need to connect your cassette player to your computer with either composite cables or a red and white sound cable that is on one end and a single stereo plug on the other side. Once you get that connected, you basically have to play the cassettes to the computer and the computer will record the sound (since you plug the sound in like a speaker to the computer) and then save the file for later burning it on to a CD. You'll need some software that will allow you to capture the sound and record it. Examples are Nero, Windows Media Center, VLC, eSoft's Super, Quick Time Player. and many more. Once you play the cassette completely through, the software you use will have type of formats that you can use to record the music. I would choose AVI as my type. Then once you have the AVI file, then burn it to a CD for playing on a CD player. The burning software (windows comes with one standard, but there are many CD burning software products for free) will convert the AVI file into the CD players format so you can play it on the CD player.
Unfortunately I do not know what a prosumer is (do you mean producer?) but what I would do is produce an image file rather than write direct to disc and then use nero or imgburn to burn the disc.(I prefer Imgburn and not just because it is a free open source prog).
You can used Windows Media player, By opening the file. Open your Windows Media Player click on file>open>then browse for folder of Video_TS folder double click it then you find a bunch of stuff inside that folder. Click any one of the file then on your keyboard hit CTRL+A to highlight all, then click open. All file will go and open to your Windows media player. Try to played it. About nero you can open a largest file and then played it there.
you need to connect rca jacks or the mini jacks to the anolog side of your sound card and the 9 pin connector will use for video to capture aslo if your using windows movie maker you need to select the imput type and mpeg 2 or mpeg3.
Hi almajja, click on this Acer link: http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/notebook/tm_4520.html Once the site opens click on the dropdown menu, (Driver and Utilities). Slide down the list to, (VGA_ATI_v.8.473-080309a). You may have to wait a few seconds for the driver to pop-up. File name; VGA_ATI_v.8.473-080309a.zip. Create a folder on your desktop & save the *.zip file into that folder. If you no longer have these drivers, now might be a good time to download all the listed drivers. Burn to a CD/DVD if possible
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The software off of the disk would likely have replaced your old burning software as the default burning program. And the codecs used to play various video files would have been replaced as well. I suggest you make sure you burn the dvd with the software you are familiar with and also download new codecs. I use a free codec pack called All-in-one codec pack....easily found by searching google.