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Postby Chuck Engels » Mon Feb 19, 2007 2:54 pm

Ron, Why do I have to log in everytime I come to the forum?
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Postby Chuck Engels » Mon Feb 19, 2007 2:57 pm

I don't think I checked the 'Log Me In Automagically' box.
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Postby Chuck Engels » Mon Feb 19, 2007 2:58 pm

Yup, that was it. Working fine, nevermind :oops:
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Postby Ron » Mon Feb 19, 2007 2:59 pm

:P
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Postby Chuck Engels » Fri Feb 23, 2007 9:42 am

testing paste from FAQs

How do I troubleshoot a "Burn DVD" problem?
1. How long is your video project? A single-sided DVD can hold only about an hour of
video. Also, larger projects need huge amounts of scratch disk space, as discussed in
the next question.
2. How much free space do you have on your drive? In addition to room for your native
video files and the output files you are going to create, you'll also needs lots of free,
contiguous space on your hard drive for temp files and scratch disk space. Keep at
least 20 gigabytes of space free on your drive. More for larger projects. And, if space
gets tight, try defragmenting the drive before attempting an output. As a rule of
thumb, Adobe suggest about 45 gigabytes of free space for processing for every
hour of your project's running time.
3. Can you burn to a folder? An alternative to burning directly to a disk is to burn your
DVD files to a folder on your hard drive. This has the added advantage of removing
the possibility of an out-of-date or incompatible DVD burner driver from the mix.
Once these files are burned to your hard drive, your standard DVD burner software
can burn them to your DVD.


doesn't hold the format very well, works better in WordPad. At least I can copy and paste now, thanks Ron.
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Postby Chuck Engels » Fri Feb 23, 2007 9:43 am

the formatting came out ok in the end, didn't look right while composing but looks great posted :)
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Postby Ron » Fri Feb 23, 2007 9:50 am

I would recommend to paste in Notepad first (this takes away any possible formatting issues). Then copy/paste to the destination. I do this all the time copying from the web.
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Postby Chuck Engels » Fri Feb 23, 2007 9:57 am

Ok, Thanks. I use Notepad when I don't want to keep the formatting, in this case I would like to keep it though.
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