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I am having a problem burning a film to dvd, even though other films of a similar lrngth have gone OK. For example an original file was 69 minutes and would be burned at 96% quality; but even when I reduced the film to under 66 minutes at 100% the error message appears.Every time I command a burn to dvd an error message (in spanish) arises which includes the following - 81659279\dvd\aeudiosequence\tempo. This appeare to be a glitch - how do I get it cleared.
The programme is Pinnacle Studio v.15
I have now had the chance to reviewmatters, having been away for two days. I have had no success so far. There is one other item which I had not mentioned, which was that the file had burned once succesfully but I then modified it by removing a menu which I considered unecessary, and it is since that time that the problem has arisen. I have eben tried re-entering a new menu but to no avail - so completely stumped. Next step is I rhink to re-enter the clips onto a competely new project.
Some feed back for you. On further fiddling I found out that the problem related to a file that was not linked; further that the file in question was a WAV2 file ie a sound track. I could not see this straight away but then remembered that I had made some changes to my voice over after the first edition had burned. I have now re-entered my voice over clips and the problem has been resolved. Many thanks for giving me the advice, which must be difficult from a distance when it could be so many different things; but the lesson for me is to recalll what has changed since it last worked and then to revisit those items.