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Can finalized but the last clip in the dvd cant be retrevied

Any idea how to save the clip that cant be import to pc using ulead vide pro?

the dvd is finalized, and when try to import the last clip in the dvd it pop up an error.

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Re: can finalized but the last clip in the dvd cant be...

To recover a corrupted file you'll need to use a disc recovery program. Here's a site that offers a free recovery program - I've not used this myself, so cannot recommend it, but you'll find loads more through your favourite search engine.

You could also check if there are any finger marks or scratches on the disc, that prevent it being read. Lightly wipe the disc in a circular motion with a soft cloth to remove these marks.

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

Re: can finalized but the last clip in the dvd cant be...

The message is the file is corrupted and keep asking user to format the DVD (using camcorder)

when usng Elead it just said the file is corrupted and the windows it self also show that the DVD is empty/blank.

i'm using DVD-RW and VR is the recording format.

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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Here are the steps (please consider that these are the directions to the Movie Factory, so if you get the Ulead Studio Studio, expect it to vary slightly, probably not too much though)

1) First, it is best to finalize the DVD before editing. This can be done on any type (-R, RW, even RAM I believ, but I have never tried it on RAMs).
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