Question about Pinnacle Studio Ultimate 12 for PC
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Click on set up>video and audio preferences>unchecked background rendering>click on "used this codec for background rendering>click and choose MPEG2 for best output to disc. Now click on project preferences>click on delete button and then choose delete auxiliary files for all project and then click okay. Try burning your video again.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
Hello welcome to FIxya!
Here you can check this procedure on how to open your files again.
"1) Check your Recycle Bin
2) Do a Folder/File Search for each of the Grey Folder Project names. This will display all Folders & Files with that Project Name. You are looking for an .stx File. If it's there, right-Click on Project Name / Open Containing Folder & Copy it to your My Projects Folder. Then you should have both the Grey Folder & .stx File for the same Project name, showing in your My Projects Folder.
If the Search doesn't display a .stx File, you can create a new one, by Opening a New empty Project, which will create a My Movie Grey Folder & a My Movie .stx File, Save to your My Projects Folder. Delete the My Movie Grey Folder & Rename the My Movie .stx File to the same name as your original Grey Folder."
So ...after finding my "lost" movie file, with its file name, under Documents\Pinnacle Studio\My Projects i then went through the following procedures using your great advice Colour;
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
Welcome to Fixyah,
Suggest for that if ever that the project wont open to your Studio 14 go back to your Studio 12 and then render it as File and used either AVI or MPEG then after that import that to your Stduio 14 the re edit the video again,.
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
A general workaround would be to let your software create an ISO image instead of burning a disc. Then burn the ISO with a known-good burning software (many user here - me included - recommend ImgBurn).
Posted on Feb 17, 2011
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