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SEH EXCEPTION

Dec 3, 2005 10:57PM PST

I AM USING NERO VISION EXPRESS TO ENCODE A MOVIE FROM HARD DRIVE ON TO A DVD. EVERYTIME IT STARTS ENCODING ABOUT 3 MINS INTO THE PROGRAM IT FAILS, DUE TO SEH EXCEPTION. I HAVE BEEN ALL OVER THE INETERNET AND NOW KNOW IT IS A WINDOWS PROBLEM, WHAT I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IS CAN I CORRECT THIS EXCEPTION MYSELF GOING INTO MY FILES ON WINDOWS OR WHAT, ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRICIATED, THANKS

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Locking thread.
Dec 3, 2005 11:48PM PST

1. You have an answer to reply to in your other post.

2. You posted in all capital letters.

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Bob

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Encode, why?
Dec 4, 2005 2:42AM PST

Normally you UNENCODE as you rip to your hard drive with a legal program to do so. Then you burn your project to disc. This is why (unlike CDs) you can't burn "disc to disc" on DVDs. More info about what you want to do, keeping in mind we won't discuss piracy. chuck