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Roxio Easy Cd Creator X

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#1 Buck Buchanan

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Posted 06 March 2007 - 08:13 PM

[ OS: WinXP-Pro, Mem: 1GB, Processor: Pent-4 1.4GHz ] Issue: Any/all attempts fail to copy a home-made DVD using Roxio Easy CD Creator ver-8 . (yes, I have a Sony 2006 model DVD-RW unit and the Original DVD plays fine in all my DVD players). I have tried using different Sony blank discs (DVD -/+ R). I have tried copying to a temp file and then back to the DVD unit.. failed at 99%. I have tried copying to an image and then burning that image to a blank DVD.. failed at 50%. I have tried saving the original file as a composition and then burning it to a blank DVD.. failed at unkwn%. Each failure suggested an "Unknown Failure" at some level of completion ... not always the same level. I've had other issues with Roxio software and they flat-out will not respond to a plea for help via their web site, via email, via phone, nothing. I have uninstalled and reinstalled 3 times trying to resolve the problem.

Does anyone out there know of a proven high-quality Multimedia software package?? I am dumping Roxio for keeps.
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#2 dc3


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Posted 06 March 2007 - 10:18 PM

Download DVDShrink and give it a try, it's free.

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