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Old July 17th, 2005, 06:20 PM   #16
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If it's 168 you might be up a creek. I'd revise or edit or update the feedback you left for the person on Ebay to note that the software wasn't official, or maybe even contact them and see what they say.

If you can't get a refund out of them, you'll just have to look around for a copy. Post a note on the classifieds on here.

Sorry there's no easy solution.

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Old July 18th, 2005, 11:14 AM   #17
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hey i looked at the program and it looks like it is the official version 198. i am running windows XP. i don't know what the problem is maybe it is me? all i really want to do is be able to burn my movie to dvd. i have heard a little about there being other programs that this is possible with, but i do not want to have spend a lot on another program. thanks for the help!
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Old July 18th, 2005, 08:58 PM   #18
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Hmmm...

If it's the official version and it's still freezing, that's pretty odd. Have you tried uninstalling, wiping out any references in the registry, and then reinstalling? That might help if there's a file that's corrupted.

Another trick you can try, if nothing else works, is to break up your mpeg exports into smaller pieces, and when you add them to the DVD (what program are you using to do dvd authoring?) you can just string them together. There shouldn't be any kind of pause between the pieces, but I'm only positive that it works like that in TMPG DVD Author and Roxio's DVD Builder.

Hope this helps...

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Old July 18th, 2005, 10:03 PM   #19
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my neighbor had that problem with winxp/premiere 6.5 freezing on mpeg exports... i quit trying to figure it out when he switched his workflow to encoding everything with a sony dvd deck, and ripping the mpeg back into a dvd authoring program.

figure out at what point in time the freeze is occuring, then export an avi that is longer than that... then start up a new premiere project, import the long avi, and see if that will encode without freezing.
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