Is making a basic dvd almost impossible on a computer?
Nero recognizes my video files as compliant but won't import them for some unknown/unstated reason. Elsewhere on this forum it "might be" a conflict with DirectX9.c or a host of other issues.
I tried using svcdtodvd last week and found it too confusing to start==I just want to drag, drop, and burn. Tried to use it again tonight "one more time" and find now that my installer is too old to reinstall the program and that needs to be upgraded.
I tried a "commerical authoring program" Ulead Studio 8se and it gets to the point where I am ready to burn ((actually a very nice interface to lay out the dvd)) but the 4 gigs of files selected are shown to be 8 gigs in size so they won't fit on the disk and the burn won't start. I confirm in the configuration panel that the encoding size should correctly give me my 4 gigs but 8 gigs is still showing and "no joy."
My second 120 gig drive is filling up as I try to learn how to do this. I'm about ready to just burn and use data files on the dvds. Not as fancy, but they work great on 2 of my 3 players with no hassle or errors on the creation side of things.
Anyone out there actually use a drag-drop-burn dvd creator system?