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acg [Avatar]
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Must be getting tired of us newbies!!

When I have the 12 rendered .mov files setup in create disk and I go to preview before burning - it starts rendering the fils again.

Don't think it should do that.

When tring to burn the 12 rendered files it says not enough space on the disk. There is 50GB on the disk.

Alan
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Carl312 [Avatar]
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Quote: Must be getting tired of us newbies!!

When I have the 12 rendered .mov files setup in create disk and I go to preview before burning - it starts rendering the fils again.

Don't think it should do that.

When tring to burn the 12 rendered files it says not enough space on the disk. There is 50GB on the disk.

Alan

Did you select Create Disk > 2D, then Bluray, click the drop down, choices for 25GB,50GB,100GB and 128GB.
Carl312: Windows 10 64-bit 8 GB RAM,AMD Phenom II X4 965 3.4 GHz,ATI Radeon HD 5770 1GB,240GB SSD,two 1TB HDs.

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acg [Avatar]
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Just did. Will give it a go.

Thanks again.

Alan
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acg [Avatar]
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Looks like that resolved the rendering problem when starting to burn.

The 12 Files I am burning are a result of 12 8mm vidoes converted (HD), editing,adding text and music to them rendering each one to the .mov format and now buring alll 12 with selections on a blu-ray dl disk.

It is taking 12 hours to author and burn.

Next time I will author and burn it from the hard drive (not the cloud drive) and see the difference.

It sure makes me think about building that computer.

If anyone is interested in film conversion check out the Retro-8 film scanner.

Alan
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