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William14
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I have been using PowerDirector 11 for some time now and have never had a problem producing MPEG2 or AVI, as I usually do. However, I now get the error message, below, every time I try any video production format.

PRODUCTION Unsuccessful: Please ensure your graphics card driver is up to date, and update to the latest Windows Media Player or QuickTime software. You can try to output the production in a different video format.

My drivers look to be all updated and I have tried every other video format. Any ideas, thoughts?

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BarryTheCrab
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At what point does this happen?
See this link.
http://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/24771.page
Please provide for us Part A and Part B.

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Hello BarrytheCrab, it happens shortly after the program begins to produce the video. It usually gets somewhere between 20% and 40% before it bombs out. Bill Anders
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I ask again for the information needed.
However, I think you might want to try something.
Burn with no menu.
Did that work?
Early-on burn fails are often associated with bad menus, but you seem to get past that point.
Without your information, we're just shouting out guesses.

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Thanks so much BarrytheCrab. I may have missed something, what information was it you were asking for? Sorry. Bill Anders
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William14 wrote: Thanks so much BarrytheCrab. I may have missed something, what information was it you were asking for? Sorry.


Part B (Click the link below). Instructions how to attach the files is in there.
http://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/24771.page

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