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Trying to burn a AVCHD with cdbxpcmd.exe

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Guest Niz_Se

Hello!

I´m rather new on this, so please don´t declare me as an idiot rihgt away... 8)

I want to burn an AVCHD on a DVD-disc. To make it work on a PS3 it has to be a UDF 2.5 disc.

As it doesn´t seem to be possible to do this in the GUI (and as someone mentioned in an older post) I went for the cdbxpcmd.exe.

This is what I told cdbxpcmd:

cdbxpcmd.exe --burn-data -device:0 -udf:2.5 -name:CARGO -verify -close -folder[\]:\BurnAVCHD\BDMV -folder[\]:\BurnAVCHD\CERTIFICATE[/code]




And this is what I got back:

[code]Starting to write disc...9 Files, Size: 4,42 GB An error occured while executing the command: Undantag från HRESULT: 0x80040289

Can someone please help me, and tell me what I´m doing wrong?

Thanx!

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Thank you for your answer Flo!

I didn´t think of that. Stupid me.

However, I reencoded my video and tried again. Now with a smaller compilation.

But I still get the exact same error code:

Starting to write disc...9 Files, Size: 4,36 GB

An error occured while executing the command: Undantag från HRESULT: 0x80040289

I think that I will try with an even smaller compilation later, but I think it should be small enough already to fit on a DVD!

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Well, cropping down my video even further gave results!

My compilation was now down to 4,20 GB and it was a successful burn.

Does anyone know the absolute endpoint on how big the compilation can be on a UDF 2,5 DVD?

Or do I have to try til I find it...?

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