Question about Computers & Internet
I'm using Magix Edit Pro 10 to edit and burn my home movie projects and have recently run into problems during the burning process. Initially I had success, but now I get the "Internal error while processing" error message after the long encoding process.
What is causing this problem and what can I do about it.
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SOURCE: Nero dvd
Hiya, No No No! Nero Don't know any differance If the movies you have downloaded NEW OR OLD are illegal or not Nero is just a program that burns data to a dvd or cd disc Try Unistalling the full program Vir - START - Settings - Control Panel - Add & remove programs and then Re-Installing it Or better still Download a cracked version of Nero Premium 7 from any of these links http://isohunt.com/torrents/?ihq=nero premium 7 Enjoy!!
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
SOURCE: encoding movie without burning
hi there jake
seems like you need a software that does not encode a movie but instead "convert" the movie directly for burning. am i right?
you can use...easymoviecreator.
this software may need a litlle understanding but when you get the hang of it, im sure that youll find it easy to use and light weight. but anyway, i dont know whats your preference on your way to "convert" or "encode" movies. this will also reflect on the size of the movie you need to convert or encode right?
so thats it. this is my suggestion thought. hope this helps your need.
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
You may try other dvd burning software such as avs video tools, I always use it to convert and burn DVD, it works pretty well for me, and here is a guide about how to use it
Hope it helps. Contact me if you have any other question.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
SOURCE: Audio problem
In the Control Panel, double-click on Sound. Go to the Audio tab. Make sure the "Sound recording" default device is set to whatever the appropriate microphone or internal audio source should be. Sometimes if you're recording from inside your computer to inside your computer, you would want to set this to "Stereo Mix" if it's available.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
this usually occours when the screen resolution is lower than that required by the program......
try the software at higher resolution or check the system requirements if the video and sound cards meet the requirements of the program.....
Posted on May 09, 2009
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