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Dvd will not finalize

Dvd ejects before it has finalized, also see burning error

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You can turn the burn speed down.
Make sure the program knows what size disc is in and what size disc it is trying to burn onto.
If the software thinks you're trying to burn onto a dual layer when you are only trying to burn onto a 4.5Gb disc, that can create issues.
This is obvious but make sure the data fits the disc.
If the problem persists, take note of the burning error and post a comment.

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2 Create a new DVD project or open an existing project. You will need a blank DVD or an un-finalized DVD with an existing project on it in your DVD burner.

  • 3 Add any files to your project. All programs have an "Add Files" and "Browse" button in order to add files. To remove any files, select the files in the list and press "Delete." Be sure your project is exactly like you want it before proceeding.

  • 4 Press "Burn" to burn you project or changes to DVD.
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  • 6 Eject your DVD and test it in a regular DVD player. A regular DVD player is one that doesn't burn DVDs and is more than likely a portable DVD player or one that is connected to your television.

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    Hello,

    follow the steps below:

    1. Open the DVD creation software of your choice. Exact steps will vary based on the software you choose. Nero and Sonic are two popular choices.
    2. Create a new DVD project or open an existing project. You will need a blank DVD or an un-finalized DVD with an existing project on it in your DVD burner.
    3. Add any files to your project. All programs have an "Add Files" and "Browse" button in order to add files. To remove any files, select the files in the list and press "Delete." Be sure your project is exactly like you want it before proceeding.
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    6. Eject your DVD and test it in a regular DVD player. A regular DVD player is one that doesn't burn DVDs and is more than likely a portable DVD player or one that is connected to your television.
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