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ERROR IN MOVIE WIZARD

MOVIE CREATION PROCESS WAS ABORTED WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
ERROR 12345:2:3

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  • evangeld Apr 28, 2008

    Using Del Latitude D830. Running Ulead VideoStudio Movie Wizard. I insert a Video (from a WMV file). Then click Next. I the the same error.

    Any ideas would be appreciated!

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Not sure what it means, but I found a way around it.

I get the same error when I try to burn a WMV (Windows Media Video) file to a DVD.

As a work-around, I converted the file to a MPG (MPEG-2) file. That took the size from 41 Mb to 357 Mb.

I was then able to burn the MPG file to a DVD successfully.

If you still have trouble, I would suggest creating an ISO image of the MPG file. That takes the size from 357 Mb to 508 Mb. You should then be able to create a DVD directly from the image file.

Good luck!

Evan

Posted on May 03, 2008

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