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Some think this applies mainly to ext. Hope that helps! -- Jordan Reply ↓ karen on March 29, 2009 at 8:18 pm said: Regarding Jamie's multiplexer error - i received the same error. Welcome to Mac-Forums! Articles & News Forum Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT Pro Tom's Hardware,The authority on tech Search Sign-in / Sign-up Tags : navigate here

I came across another error message when I tried to burn the DVD- not in IDVD - and that message led me to dust particles. I got the same problem--back when I was still in 10.5.5. I do add the avi clips I took with the digital camera into iMovie. Chapters• Only A to Z and 0 to 9 in chapter title• No Chapter mark at very beginning of movie• No Chapter mark in or within 2 seconds from any transition

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Usually when I make a slideshow, I use iPhoto's slideshow creator, which I believe gives you a lot more control. Mount the disk image and then open DVD Player (in Applications) and view your project. A long and tortuous process, but at last something works. I finally discovered that the problem is solved simply by burning at a slower speed.

I also created a new project and all is okay. I'm fairly sure it is to do with the background encoding. Does the title of your project have any symbols or decimal points in it. Idvd Error During Rendering/encoding Told him "no more having to mess with stuff at the system level, Mac's OS are so much easier than MS OS".

I have always used Verbatim DVD-R disks and have not had any burn problems.Also, choose a slower burn speed, 4x or less.Third, to determine if the iDVD project will burn properly, Idvd Multiplexer Error During Formatting share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply gbicz, Jan 8, 2012 gbicz macrumors newbie Joined: Jan 8, 2012 #25 Works for me now I was share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Joe Damenski, Apr 28, 2010 Joe Damenski macrumors newbie Joined: Apr 28, 2010 #16 Thanks for such a I have also toyed with removing a few movies and that didn't change the ultimate result.

IHO Will try the reboot thing, but doesn't it seem kinda silly and non-productive to reboot your computer everytime you want to burn a project?! There Was An Error During Muxing Preparation Project Conversion Best of luck share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply mtbdudex, Jul 23, 2009 mtbdudex thread starter macrumors 68000 Joined: Aug 28, 2007 Location: m 0 l Can't find your answer ? e.g.

Idvd Multiplexer Error During Formatting

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... click site Besides that, when your movie is finished, it's a good idea to throw away all of the render files to conserve space on your hard drive. What Causes Multiplexing Error Using Idvd I then did it again with chapter markers, and the iDVD project is over 10 GB! Idvd Multiplexer Error During Building They were both .mov files and neither had any chapters.

My iDVD project has 13 movies and iDVD estimated 124 mins duration and 4.04 GB required if Encoded using Professional Quality. http://renderq.net/error-during/idvd-error-during-rendering.php I burned the remaining 4 movies on a second iDVD project. If this is a common problem, one would think they would deal with it? Here is what I have found to work. There Was An Error During Muxing Preparation

Apple Info Site Map Hot News RSS Feeds Contact Us Copyright © Apple Inc. go through the steps of sending to idvd then choosing my movie through the media and selecting and pushing burn. If you did that and then wanted to burn another copy from iDVD, you would be faced with a lovely error. his comment is here Forum Burn os x lion to dvd Forum Trying to burn Mac os x .ISO onto a dvd-r DL 8.5 gig disc FROM windows Forum Http://www tomshardware com/forum/243387-45-runtime-error Forum Burning Mac

share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply cuznwayne, Apr 3, 2011 cuznwayne macrumors newbie Joined: Apr 3, 2011 #24 Handbrake files not working My handbrake Encoding Error Idvd Using dvd+r discs. To resolve this I: as suggested by upinflames900: deleted library/caches/com.apple.idvd (folder) deleted library/preferences/com.apple.iDVD.plist.

Many things were tried, including burning the unedited film, the edited film without titles and chapter markers, abbreviating the chapter markers in case length was the issue (remember the old iMovie

The DVD should take 4.16 GB and be 124 mins long. Welcome! Apparently the iDVD space required calculation isn't accurate for the source movies. Roxio Toast Good, as I can't imagine anybody willing to browse a DVD disc with such an amount of scenes to choose from. - To the untrained eye iMovie seems to be delicious.

This is my project info settings. Since yesterday I have tried a few ways to burn a themed iDVD project having four 56 minute movies on it, amounting to 226 minutes onto a DVD DL disc, capacity keep to a-z and 0-9 strange letters in project name e.g. +as described by Donnyboy69. weblink I certainly don't mind paying for good software as long as it does the job.

Try here, especially post #14. and as suggested by mattashton: Advanced > delete Encoded Assets Advanced > Encode in Background (was grayed out, so I didn't need to turn off) Processing the project in iDVD then Privacy / DMCA contact / Affiliate and FTC Disclosure Fixed | Fluid | Fluid HD Apps Games Features Answers Videos Windows iPhone Android Windows Phone BlackBerry Mac Advertisement 5 tips for Seems to be a cruel joke on the customer.

Have you resolved the problem or have you had any feedback from anyone? I'd be very grateful for any help. Not the case. No other programs/applications running during iDVD process.

I've used "-", "&" and "," with no problem in the chapter names. Disconnect any other external devices not absolutely needed.e.g. I tell ya, my faith in iDVD via iLife 09 is gone.

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