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When I try to burn my project to the DVD I am getting this message. "Invalid workpath. Enter an existing workpath and preserve original setting in the preferences dialog box.

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I had to have my laptop connected to my docking station F drive in order to burn a DVD from the video I created away from my docking station.

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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.

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