Did your burning program unpack the ISO to create DVD files on the disc?
What files do you see on the disc if you explore it?
THE UNSUCCESSFUL DISK REPORTS AS
Test 20 Y.ISO containing folders
and VIDEO_TS containing folders
The file size is 309 MB
Yes, but what files do you see on the disc when you explore it with Windows Explorer or Mac Finder?
Thanks for the help
The Disk TEST 20 Y contains:
( Running Windows 7)
Unreadable finished DVD's
created by Steve Grisetti
<https://forums.adobe.com/people/Steve+Grisetti> in /Premiere
Elements/ - View the full discussion
All of the necessary disc files are there, so the disc should work fine.
Can you play it in Windows using VLC Media Player as your DVD player? (Don't use Windows Media Player. VLC is a much better, and free, player.)
I down loaded the VLC Media Player (besieged with AVAST antivirus
software pitch, annoying)
It won't play on either the computers disk drive or the ASUS drive.
VLC would play other disks though.
CORRECTION I'm running Windows 10 (too many version numbers in my head)
If it matters, the footage was shot on a Sony CCD-VX3 Hi-8 and converted
with ROXIO EASY VHS to DVD (I hate the word EASY on a box)
Cheers John A
You don't say how you converted or digitized the video from that Hi8 camcorder -- but if you were able to edit it in Premiere Elements, then it's not an issue.
The program outputs DVD video. It makes no difference what you started with.
If you'd like to put the ISO on Dropbox and then share it with me (my first name at my web site muvipix dot com -- never write your e-mail address in a forum post), I'll be glad to give it a test drive.
I've only used Dropbox once, years ago.
Could you please walk me through the steps of loading the ISO file.
You just open and account and put the file in your Dropbox and select the option to share it with my e-mail address.
There are a number of tutorials on how to use Dropbox available on YouTube.
Did I successfully send the ISO file to you ?
I have not received an e-mail notifiying me that you've shared the file, John.
Hi, John. Thanks for sharing the file.
I've tested your ISO and the files inside are a perfectly readable DVD, so I'm not sure what's up at your end.
Try outputting a DVD from this ISO using a program like ImgBurn. (Don't just burn the ISO. You need to select the option to output a DVD from the ISO, as I show you in the following tutorial.)
But the program has done its job. You've got a perfectly legitimate DVD file.
I think my video project is haunted, I tried to register on your web
site three times.
The message read "Invalid Answers" then "You've Tried Too Many Times"
I can't be that bad at this.
Strange. I have no idea why that would happen, John.
You're going to love this.
With my touch of dyslexia and sloppy reading habits, I read:
What's the first letter in"YOUR NAME" not *"OUR NAME" ?
The "J" kept popping up so around and around I went.
The IMGBURN down load went fine and I created my first edited DVD.
I was the AutoDesk Dealer for Canada's Northwest Territories, Yukon and
1985-1995. Since I left the industry all I've done is E-mail, Amazon and
Finally retired , I've got a couple hundred hours of tape to play with.
Thanks for the help and direction
I'll subscribe to YOUR site
Great news! Thanks for the happy report, Alexander!
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