If I use the built-in conversion routines in Nero 188.8.131.52
to convert MPEGs to burnable format, I'll get "out of memory"
errors every time and end up having to reboot. This is a
Windows 2000 machine, 700Mhz, 256MB RAM and 512-1000MB
swap file range. (More than 2GB free disk space.)
If I use TMPGEnc to convert the MPEGs, then I don't have any
problem. However, it would be convenient to rely on Nero
to do everything. Are they aware of this problem? It is
If I drag and drop 10 10MB MPEGs, and I can sit and watch
the swap file increase in size until I get the out of memory
error. Making it bigger just delays the problem so it looks
like a genuine bug rather than just a large memory requirement.
(I.e., something just goes nuts allocating endless memory.)
Has anyone else tried using the built-in conversion with 184.108.40.206?