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  1. I had the understanding that VP IS an appropriate software! I'm confused. Express Burn is a "verified" solution and VP is a verified problem. How is it that NCH has yet to resolve VP given this info? Yes, I had previously found that other thread. Thanks for the luck but what I really need is a software to do what it advertises. It obviously CAN as I have 3 discs successfully burned. I appreciate all of the "try this" and "try that" stuff but I'm wondering if you can see why I'm frustrated? I'm wondering if anyone yet heard that I have 3 discs successfully burned? Clearly, VP worked f
  2. Hi, Nat. Yes I have. Burn process still crashes. Thanks for the suggestion.
  3. Thanks for your continued engagement. I'm curious about the shame comment. Are you referring to my considering a refund? When you say "video players" do you mean computer-based players like Media Player or do you mean DVD disc players? If you mean the former then this won't help me. My goal is to create DVD's with chapters to play in DVD disc players. My project actually consists of one mp4 file that was created by exporting a project with VP. I'm inclined to try a DVD-R disc however considering everything I've posted here - I have serious doubts that this is a resolution.
  4. I've experienced this, too and found that the problem was a tiny gap/void in between clips. Sliding the clips together resolves. An easy way to see this is revealed by the "X" transition icon located at the end and beginning of your clips. The "X" at the end of the previous clip will be unaffected but the "X" at the beginning of the next clip will appear cut in half. This is impossible to see if the view is zoomed in. You need to zoom out to see it. I've had "micro" gaps between clips that I couldn't see until zooming all the way out. I've been mindful when splitting to use split with ripple.
  5. Well, my attempt after clearing the cache burned one DVD but then the verification process crashed. I checked the DVD and the movie burned however playback was plagued with freezes that began about 30 seconds into it. It was like this on my PC with Media Player but wouldn't even load on my DVD player. I'm up to 9 hours of trying to burn and have only 3 DVD's that load and play without issue. The DVD's that I've successfully burned were created with 8GB in the cache. The one DVD that failed to verify was burned with the cache cleared. This tells me it's not the DVD+R discs nor the cache no
  6. Thanks for the response, borate. I just went through the process again prior to reading your response. One disc burned OK but then my next one crashed. I'm trying again but cleared the cache first. 8GB were cleared. I'm working off a 2TB drive that has 1.5TB available so I doubt that drive space is a problem. I'm curious about DVD+R versus DVD-R. Could you tell me why DVD-R might be more successful? I'm also curious about your "lengthy" comment. My original project was 2 hours 30 minutes. I cut it down in order to fit on 4.7GB discs as I have over 200 blanks! If my project of 1 hour 3 minutes
  7. I've searched through this forum for help regarding exporting to DVD and I've found "Try Express Burn" posted as an answer in several places. This doesn't help me. I want the software that I paid for to do what it says it can do! I have VPPro v6.1 running on Windows 7 Pro. I export to DVD like this: Export Video > DVD Movie Disc > Choose Disc Settings > Burner: G:\ > Video Format: NTSC > Video Aspect Ratio: Wide Screen (16:9) > Click Create button > Burn Video DVD dialogue box launches > Burner Drive: G:\ > Write Speed: [MAX] > Copies to burn: 5 > Verify b
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