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AuthorScript.tmp DVD burn problem/Suggestion - Imsolost - 04-24-2012 11:21 AM
I have a problem that I need help with in addition to a possible recommendation.
For weeks now I've been attempting to burn downloaded DVD's to no avail using my Win DVD Maker. Based on the Vista Codec claim that all other codecs would be deleted or replaced, I downloaded it thinking it would resolve the problem. Unfortunately it haven't and I still get a video is being used by another application message whenever I attempt to burn a DVD. In fact, I get a AuthorScript.tmp folder which apparently is precluding the burn even after disabling and deleting AC3 Filter.
I tried to delete whatever codec is causing the problem or conflict by using one codec at-a-time which also didn't work. Therefore, I stumbled upon Vista Codec's drag-n-drop feature to create a sample 40mb video which came out perfectly and crystal clear like the original.
The only problem I have is, because I like the menu-feature which Win DVD Maker offers, I was wondering if anyone knew of the following;
1) Is there anyway to use this drag-n-drop sample feature to convert a video from MP4 to AVI? That way I can use the Win DVD Maker to burn videos with a menu? Oh, and it appears Win DVD Maker only uses AVI format to burn videos.
2) Or, does the Vista Codec have an option/firmware feature I may have overlooked that can burn DVD's as well?
If not, this is my suggestion which I think many people would love to have as part of the Vista Codec firmware option(s). Although I know the Vista Firmware in and of itself is not a converter, I suggest creating a firmware or option in the firmware to burn DVD's.
Unlike other video programs I've used such as; Avi Converter, Handbrake, IwiSoft Video converter and the likes, which either takes way too long or doesn't copy the original video file with the clarity as Vista does, this would save countless amounts of time and effort.
I can't begin to tell you the number of wasted hours I've spent trying to figure out the exact size,FPS and Bitrate it would take to convert and burn videos as close to the originals as possible only to get blurry, unstable copies, Arrgh.
So any help offered would be greatly appreciated.
RE: AuthorScript.tmp DVD burn problem/Suggestion - Xanashi - 04-26-2012 12:17 PM
The drag n' drop sampler in the Settings App, is just a binary cutter.
It performs no conversion, it just copies a part of the original file into a new file.
What you're looking for is an application that can remux the files, i.e. move the contents of one container (mp4) into another (avi).
You could for example use YAMB to extract the streams from an mp4 file and then AviMux-Gui to put them back into an avi container.
But remember avi is not nearly as advanced an container as mp4,
and may end up giving more trouble than you had to begin with.
I can't really say what's wrong with Win DVD Maker, though.