Burning DVD's issue! HELP

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  1. SWTNLOW37

    SWTNLOW37 New Member

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    Can anyone help? I tried to burn a few dvds the other day and everytime it gets to 86% it fails. I am using STOMP as my burning prog. The dvds that I am copying have no fingerprints or scratches for that to be the reason. I have tried a few didnt burning progs like Nero, CDRWIN and nothing seems to work. I have only had my DVD burned for like 5 mos. I used to copy movies all the time and now just fails. I have wasted about 12 DVDS trying to figues this out so I thought I would get some input on this or if anyone knows anything else I could try. I have all these movies sitting on my computer taking up space and need to be burned. The error msg once it gets to 86% says that there is not enough space on disk but I have tried movies that will exactly fit on a DVDR, and when it kicks out the cd there is plenty of space on it. So I dont know anymore. please help :x:
     
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    use DVD shrink and Nero
     
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    Ditto on DVD Shrink, but I would use DVD Decrypter instead on NERO.

    I have never used STOMP before, but it is able to compress the movie to fit on one disc like DVD Shrink?
     
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    why use decrypter instead of Nero? I only use decrypter to encode on those difficult DVDs that Shrink can't.
     
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    Thanks for the advice, I will try those. I already tried Nero, no luck.
     

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