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Old 13 Jan 2006, 05:03 PM   #1
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Default Could not perform end of Disc-at-once, burn process failing

i'm trying to burn files from my hard drive to a dvd disc, but keep getting a burn process failed error. i'm using nero 7, what kind of files does the nero 7 support transcoding? and where do the log reports go to by default. i'm not given a location choice, and can't find my error logs. thanks.
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Old 13 Jan 2006, 05:10 PM   #2
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Log file from Nero burning ROM is located here in ver 7:

C:\Program Files\Ahead\Nero\NeroHistory.log
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Old 14 Jan 2006, 02:48 PM   #3
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[20:28:18] NeroVision Log created (Date: 01/12/2006)
[20:28:18] NeroVision Processors: 2 (Intel)
[20:28:18] NeroVision OS: Windows XP
[20:28:19] GCCore Detected DirectX Version: 9.0c
[20:28:22] ExpressUI Running Nero Vision Version: 4.1.0.9
[20:29:00] DVDEngine C:\PROGRAM FILES\NERO\NERO 7\NERO VISION\DVDENGINE.DLL
[20:29:00] DVDEngine Product Version: 4.0.0.5, File Version: 4.0.0.5, Interface Version: 4.0.0.2
[20:29:00] DVDEngine BEGIN: IDVDEngineManagerImpl - CreateDVDVideoSession
[20:29:00] DVDEngine END: IDVDEngineManagerImpl - CreateDVDVideoSession
[20:29:00] DVDEngine BEGIN: IDVDVideoSessionImpl - ~IDVDVideoSessionImpl
[20:29:00] DVDEngine END: IDVDVideoSessionImpl - ~IDVDVideoSessionImpl
[20:29:01] MMTools SourceBuilder: building e:\pictures\julia_ander_paige\vids\Ander Page, Felix Vicious & Scott(good).wmv video/0
[20:29:01] MMTools SourceBuilder: --- used source filters ---
[20:29:01] MMTools {187463A0-5BB7-11D3-ACBE-0080C75E246E} - WM ASF Reader
[20:29:01] MMTools {94297043-BD82-4DFD-B0DE-8177739C6D20} - DMO Wrapper Filter
[20:29:01] MMTools SourceBuilder: file type unknown - video
[20:29:01] MMTools --------------------
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Old 14 Jan 2006, 02:58 PM   #4
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I dont use Nero, but dont think a .wmv file can be burnt in a DVD structure without conversion first.
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Old 14 Jan 2006, 03:53 PM   #5
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I dont use Nero, but dont think a .wmv file can be burnt in a DVD structure without conversion first.

does anyone know what type of files nero supports?
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It supports AVI, MPG, WMV
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It supports AVI, MPG, WMV

thats awesome thankyou! can you transcode different file types simultaneously to make one single dvd video? or do i need to segregate the file types, transcode and save, then compile them to make a dvd? i believe i have .wav files and mpeg4 files.
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