How to burn DVD using Powerdirector 9 in MPEG format

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We are a startup video production company, just finished a video and trying to produce it in a DVD and burn it but facing problem after 30 % popup comes saying burning is unsuccessful Error Code eC0030011. Please help, I am new to Powerdirector 9, also please list the formats Powerdirector 9 supports I know Powerdirector 9 MPEG is supported.

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How to burn DVD using Powerdirector 9 in MPEG format

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Hi there Brian T Schafer,
 
PowerDirector supports almost any format you can imagine and should be a really good and powerful burning software. For the full list of supported formats please visit this link: http://www.cyberlink.com/support/product-faq-content.do?id=12838.
 
 
However, the error you're getting has nothing to do with the supported formats, but with burning speeds or media you are using to burn the video on. Either you're using a lower quality CD/DVD or your CD/DVD burner doesn't support the speed you're trying to use. To resolve the problem, try turning off the hardware acceleration in the software preferences and lowering the burning speed.
 
Best regards,
Drake Vivian
 
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How to burn DVD using Powerdirector 9 in MPEG format

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Hi Brian T Schafer,

To be honest, I don’t have any idea about Power Director 9. I have searched it in internet. Found a link: Quick Guide to Choosing the Right Video Output Format. I don’t know how much this can help you. I have use Nero 9 for this type of task.

PowerDirector supports the import of the following file formats:

– Image: JPEG, TIFF, BMP, GIF, Canon/Nikon image RAW file

– Video: DivX (if preinstalled), HD MPEG-2, DVR-MS, DV-AVI, DAT, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, VOB, VRO, ASF, WMV, WMV HD, MOV, MOD, TOD AVCHD, MPEG-4, AVC (H.264), .ts, .mts, .m2ts, WTV (single channel), FLV (H.264), MKV (H.264), M4V (H.264)

– Audio: M4A, WAV, WMA

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