Unable to burn the DVD containing one hour long video

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Hello everyone,

I am a teacher of 4th graders in school. Two days back, they had a play, and being their teacher, I made  their video during the play. Now that I have to submit it to the school in a few days time, I am facing a problem in burning the DVD.

I have checked the free space on my hard drive, which is 451 GB. The duration of the video is about an hour. Whenever I try to burn the DVD, I get an error. I am very much depressed. I cannot figure the root cause of the problem. In my opinion, 451 GB is a lot of space  for a video of an hour's duration.

I have also defragmented my PC, but still the error persists.

I request that anyone help me as early as possible. I am very much tensed.

Anxiously waiting for your replies.

Regards.

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 0 points N/A #152847

Unable to burn the DVD containing one hour long video

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Yup buffer level should be quite low while burning the DVD, check the space of the DVD and not your hard disk space.Try using Nero software for burning the DVD that might help.

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Unable to burn the DVD containing one hour long video

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Hi there user:

Well that’s a problem, either your optical disk or your burner. If you still have time, you should get a DVD burner, if once ejects the disk, the disk is no longer useable. So you’ll need to buy a new disk.

 

I’ll simplify it; download CD/DVD burning software, such as NERO etc. And if you can buy three (3) dvd disk, buy. So just in case one (1) won’t work, you still have two (2) reserved to use.

 

I hope I did help you solve your problem.

   

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Answered By 562865 points N/A #152849

Unable to burn the DVD containing one hour long video

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I’m not really sure if this problem has something to do with your computer’s hard drive free space since it has nothing to do with the disc burning problem. The remaining free space of your hard drive is not important during CD burning as long as the video content has already been copied on to the hard drive. But if you are trying to burn the video content where the source file is still located on the video recorder and has not yet been copied to the computer, then this might be what’s causing the problem.

If this is the case, copy the content first to your computer then try burning the video again. But if the video content has already been copied to the hard drive, you should check the type of disc you are using. You may also check the resolution or the size of the video. If the video is in HD quality which usually has a 1280 x 720 screen dimension, this might not fit a regular blank DVD disc. Try converting the video to a much smaller resolution like for example, 320 x 240, 352 x 288, or 352 x 240 and then try burning it again.

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