[QUOTE=Kerry56;2118833]When you copy the video over to the dvds with your dvd recorder, do these videos show any of the problems at this point, or only after using NeroVision? My guess is after.
I’m assuming there is a good reason for processing through the standalone recorder first…are the original videos on a camcorder or tape that you cannot hook up directly to the computer?
I’ve never been impressed with NeroVision, in any shape or form. You might want to try a free trial of VideoRedo TV Suite or Womble Mpeg Video Wizard DVD for importing, editing and producing dvd-video.
The most recommended media around here is Verbatim. Have you tried those? Burn the 16x Verbatim at 8x or 12x speed. [B]But it really doesn’t sound like a problem with burning or your media choice…this is due to Nero not coping well with the edits you’ve made in the video.[/B][/QUOTE]
Well I’ve had many problem files that many high end encoders choked on, yet Nero worked.
I would try 2 things in NV. Load one of your VOB’s edit it, then use the Export function to save it as an mpg on your HD. See how that plays.
Just as an after thought. If I were to save my project, as a NeroVision document, are there any other programs out there that will burn this file?
Of course. You should always save the output of any project, with any app, to your HD so that it can be checked before burning. In NV choose Write to Hard Disk Folder. It will then create a VIDEO_TS folder. Clicking on the VIDEO_TS.IFO will usually play the entire job. All this will tell you if in fact the problem is Nero or media related. You can burn the resultant files with ImgBurn in ‘Build’ mode.