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nero vision express

Discussion in 'Video - Software discussion' started by judyrose, Jun 25, 2004.

  1. judyrose

    judyrose Member

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    when i come to burn a DVD the program states that there is not enough spce for the temporary files at the selected destination. I have changed the destination several times but still get the message. Can any help me please
     
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    How much free HD space do you have?
     
  3. judyrose

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    Not much HD space left could this be the problem
     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    Are you trying to do dvd backups?
     
  5. judyrose

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    No, I am downloading avi. files and trying to burn them. Novice at this really!
     
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    That could definitely be the problem .... what kind of AVI files are we talking about and how long and how large might they be?
     
  7. judyrose

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    they are video files quite big 600MG thanks for your help. I will make more space on my HD. thanks again
     
  8. Kalem

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    my problem with nero vision express is when i want to burn my AVI and DAT movies it crashes, only when i insert a blank DVD disc. It says 'program not responding' but when i take the dvd disk out, the program starts working again, i have 2 different movies waiting to be burned but my nero vision express keeps crashing when i put a *BLANK* dvd disk in to burn.

    ive tried reinstalling the program but i keep getting the same damn problem. can anyone at all please help me with this stupid problem? thanks.
     
  9. mindgod

    mindgod Guest

    kalem, download the latest version of NERO. If you already did that, well it's not the software problem...it's your computer.

    Do the following (not in any order

    defrag your hardrive
    do error scan
    remove useless services, do not run any additional programs in the background

    update RAM if neccesary.. you should have at least 256 mb ram

    use a good paging file...like 500 mb (at least) I use 3000.

    get spybot and do a spy scan

    basically.... get your computer up to date (go to windows update) and get it at it's optimum level.

    then try again.

    and boot the CD always BEFORE you open nero. use good media, and update the firmware of your driver. and make sure you have a good ASPI layer. Nero ASPI doesn't cut it... use a good system ASPI. (search on this site)

    and post your computer specs.


    good day, mindgod
     
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    This happened to me, when i tried to use nero vision to burn an avi to hdd or even dvd, it used up all my hd space no matter how much i had. i went into the options and changed the quality setting, this seemed to shrink the filesize of the avi onto dvd and this worked ok, tho when i watched the dvd back the audio went out of snyc towards the end, anyone know why this mite be??
     
  11. skews

    skews Guest

    Try changing the video settings from pal to ntsc or the other way round, it uses different frames per second rate. you can download avicodec from this site that tells you what the fps rate for the avi file your trying to burn.
     

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