To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Log in Cheers Rounik Share this on:  FacebookTwitterGoogle+ Jan 30th, 2009 @ 2:49am #7 DjYouss Forum Member Hello Rounik, Thank You so Much for your help. I'm not confident that Toast can properly process the contents of an .IMG to burn a DL DVD. http://thewebparrots.com/dvd-studio/dvd-studio-pro-formatting-failed-compiler-file-error.php
It took a long time, but it worked. Most Liked Posts OMGWTFBBQ, Apr 16, 2008 OMGWTFBBQ macrumors member Joined: Oct 5, 2007 #1 Hi, I have a brand new mac pro, and I'm using the most recent version of However, I have tried this, and I am a little confused. Correct, I created .img files to my hard drive and then tried to burn those files to disk using Toast. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2300454?start=0&tstart=0
It has been suggested that maybe my burner is dead - yet I can still burn DVD-5 just fine. We also boast an active community focused on purchasing decisions and technical aspects of the iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Mac platforms. Yes No OK OK Cancel X Advanced DVDSP dual layer disk error(s) - will burn You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.
Could it be something with how the computer is talking to the drives? Reply Quote Jon Chappell Re: Difficulty burning DVD: Getting error message October 04, 2010 08:45PM Registered: 7 years ago Posts: 910 Don't send the img file to your clients. When you have the project open in DVDSP, be sure to organize the layout (in the Outline tab) in such a way that one of the LONG tracks is at the It has 2 video layers that share the same audio track.
I also tried to add a track for the highlight and the file is 7.11 GB and under 7 minutes long. I'm trying to author a DVD in DVD Studio Pro. If it can't after trying however many possibilities the device's firmware tells it to, it returns this error.This is an error generated by the device, not the software.The most common reason HTH Bruce Nazarian, MPSE - "The Digital Guy" Apple Certified Trainer, DVDSP4 Author: "DVD Studio Pro 4 - Complete Guide..." Webmaster: www.TheDigitalGuy.com | www.idmadvda.org Need authoring help?
I've tried burning with Toast on my Mac Pro and it locks up while writing the "lead-in" in the same way DVDSP did. Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. Previous ScriptFests Scriptfest XII: Alien Fest ScriptFest XI: Family Fest ScriptFest X: TrappedFest Scriptfest IX: Father Fest Scriptfest VIII: Samurai Fest ScriptFest VII: Hitchcock ScriptFest VI - Betrayal ScriptFest V - ForumsVideoDVD Studio ProBurning,Media Error(oxoc,ooo)!!Advanced Search Jan 27th, 2009 @ 6:30am #1 DjYouss Forum Member please i need help!!
Best Rounik Share this on:  FacebookTwitterGoogle+ Register Help Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Marketplace Feedback Marketplace Feedback Browse All Members https://www.macprovideo.com/forum/video/dvd-studio-pro/15294 When you burn a disk from within DVDSP, it asks you which folder you're burning from. First off, one of my two superdrives failed to burn DVDs. Be sure to match media (+DL, -DL) to the drive's capabilities (+DL, -DL) .
My software: Pro Maintenance Tools - Tools to keep Final Cut Studio, Final Cut Pro X, Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro running smoothly and fix problems when they arise this page Computer specs: MacBook Pro 2.3Ghz Intel i7 8GB DDR3 ram Exported from FCP 7 DVDSP 4.2.2 Files are all housed on a Thunderbolt external drive. The odds of both of my drives going wonky on me at the same time would be very slim. _*Here is the troubleshooting process I've gone through:*_To be thorough, I tested I have always used the same kind of media (verbatim) burning with the exact same process in DVDSP.
More perplexing though, is my 2nd problem. Thread: DVD studio pro burns wrong video to disc, despite correct simulation. Overall the files are approx 7.3GB of consumption to the disk. get redirected here I found a tutorial on burning from disk utility, and I understand it now.
Thanks for the help. however, when played back through a DVD player, ALL THE DISCS ARE THE SAME. After finishing a movie in fcp i export it using the quicktimemovie setting,importing it to dvd studio pro,when i try to burn the project i got this msg: The recording Device FYI - confirming a 4GB burn on on DVD-5 SL media does NOT confirm your burner can burn a 7.5 GB DVD project on DL media But I think you know
Cory Reeder www.renaissancemanprod.com Reply Quote Re: DVDSP dual layer disk error(s) - will burn to drive but not to disk (February 12, 2014 09:21PM) Alexander On the Mac, you should be but i really need to figure this one out as i do a lot of burning for clients. It possibly cached buld file, check if you have more than one transcoded m2v resource for V1/A1. - Working on RADPlug Archtecture, 4.0 TFLOP CUDA Machine - Developing DVCPRO MOV Recovery useful reference Just a total failure.
one other thing i noticed, both drives are labeled identically on the advanced burn selection pull-down. www.BMCuser.com - The Online Community for Blackmagic Camera users. Advertise on MacRumors Our Staff Arnold Kim Editorial Director Email • Twitter Eric Slivka Editor in Chief Email • Twitter Juli Clover Editor Email • Twitter Joe Rossignol Editor Email • Yes, basically one video layer is a mulit-cam edit of the performance and the 2nd video track is the static wide angle.
But thanks a lot,i appreciate it. You may experience greater success by choosing a slower burn speed in Disk Utility. Avoid them and any of the cheap brands such as those that can be bought at the supermarket.