[QUOTE=smersh5;2209452]Thank you for the quick response, Shannon. I will work on the log session immediately.
With reference to using DL media, I did not realize I was completely defeating the point of 1Click, especially considering 1Click has a dual layer media option. I am all for compression, and I do shrink many of my movies over 4.5GB, but the closer I get to 75% compression when the original movie was recorded at Highest Quality, the more noticeable the picture loss becomes. I realize I could also split the movie into two discs, but I am lazy. I would rather have it on one DL disc than enjoy the fun of disc swapping at an artificially generated intermission. Further, the majority of my recordings are made on dvd+rw discs from TV programs, i.e., discovery, history, military, animal planet, TCM, TMC, HBO, Max, etc, that are recorded at Standard dvd quality. Yeah, it is the slow way, but it is convenient, and it is what I have at the moment. I have learned by trail and error that compression of shows recorded in standard play is limited to about 90% compression. After that, the loss in quality really begins to show. DL discs allow me to put 5 or 6 “1-hour” shows on a single disc, whereas if I were to use full discs, I would usually need three discs for the same final product. For smaller series, no heartache using full discs, but when the series has ten or more episodes, using full discs is a cumbersome expense. I have tried to convert recorded shows from MPEG2 to DivX at final editing/production, but I have found the starting SP quality does not translate well to even a satisfactory final DivX. Admittedly, I have much to learn, but I am not there yet; hence, the occasional use of DL discs.
Sorry for the length, but my explanations do not always submit to compression well either.
Notice that I had said ‘Missing’ the point …
Would you like some specific help with 1Click ?
[B]Please Post a >> F8 log session of the attempt(s) …
Let us read the ‘process’ and ‘error’ in context
- and your options - selected
Open 1Click > Press your F8 key
>> Copy and Paste the Log Report to your Reply post
Look for :
“Session Started” / “Session Closed”
- to divide the individual sessions
Post one “Complete” Session per Reply Post
One or Two “Session(s)” in question should suffice
If the One Session is too long - Divide the Session into Two Postings
Your log will instantly answer 20 questions we might have
Let us take a look …[/B]
Here’s the Usual …troubleshoots …
Let’s check something …
Go to > Start > My Computer
> Right Click on DVD drive > Properties > Auto-Play tab
What do you have selected for the “Action to Perform” for [B]'DVD Movie[/B]" ?
This should be set as "[B]Take no action[/B]"
Set only for your DVD Player ( WinDVD/Power DVD )
- [B]be sure to close your ‘Player’ before opening 1Click [/B]
What do you have selected for the “Action to Perform” for [B]'Blank CD"[/B] ?
This should be set as “[B]Take no action[/B]”
Go to > Start > My Computer
> Right Click on DVD drive > Properties
Here in the DVD Drive 'Properties"
Do you have a “DLA” tab ?
= [B]Disable[/B] DLA
This may Also be caused by Another Program
- Not Releasing Drive Access
Would you happen to have
- Nero ( [B]InCD[/B] )
Roxio ( [B]DragtoDisc[/B]/ EasyArchive )
- installed/active on your Computer ?
[B]FAQ[/B] : Can other software conflict with the installation
and operation of 1Click DVD Copy?
[B] Let’s look at your Filters [/B]
> Download IMGBurn. It’s a free program:
(it’s also an excellent burning program )
> Run IMGBurn > Go to Tools > Filter Driver Load Order
> Click “Clipboard”. Close IMGBurn
Then paste the information you copied into your clipboard
into your next post in this thread (ctrl-v).
and read the first post please,
so you can get a better understanding of what is going on.
[B]Please , Do not start randomly deleting filters.[/B]
Here's some Help - with maybe ... reducing your Computer's load ....
I'd recommend that you [Try using EnditALL while Copying/Burning](http://forum.lgsoftwareinnovations.com/showthread.php?t=15256)
... to free up your resources
... You might be surprised at what's running - in the background
Open [Advanced SystemCare Free](http://www.iobit.com/AdvancedWindowsCarePersonal/index.html)> Utilities > Admin Tools > Start-Up Manager
( it's completely free and a very recommended clean-up program )
You will be presented with a listing of the Programs
- Programs that are designated to Start-Up with Windows
- and Descriptions of Each ( Click on Selection )
Any Start Up Entry - Referring to any DVD/CD Software ?
Windows Media Player (wmpnscfg) ?
If So = UN Check it
This only Disables the Program - from the List
- Designated to 'Start-Up' - with Windows
You would - still - be able to 'manually' start the Program(s) - when needed
UN Check anything - Not Trustworthy
UN Check anything - Not Necessary or Not Preferred
( later , you may re-check a Start-Up item > to re-enable - If you prefer )
You could also , Go into Msconfig - and Deselect unneeded Programs
- from your 'Start Up"
This will help a lot .....
[Do I really need this on my PC?](http://forum.lgsoftwareinnovations.com/showthread.php?t=14325)
[How to use MSCONFIG ?](http://www.netsquirrel.com/msconfig/)