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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

Tony


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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

Tony


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Hello all, This is my first time posting on this forum.  Recently I have noticed that DVDWS2 has been taking a long time to burn a disk.  Case in point.  I just finished a project of six 1/2 hour shows that were taking off my TIVO.  Encoded through MainConcept MPEG encoder as a MPEG 2 file with Mpeg Layer 2 sound, audio bitrate 256 @48000.  The total amount of disk space reported by DVDWS2 that was needed was 4.0 gigs. I added a motion backround and two animation effect to the menu. Total time to burn to a 4x -R disk, 1 hour 15 minutes. I think this is a little long.  My system specs are as follows. Win XP with SP1 only. 3.2 GH P4. 1 mb of hard ram. 2 Maxtor 120 gig drives running on a striped raid with one 160 gig 7200 rpm drive serving as storage for all video.  My burner is a 16x lite-on type, and flashed with the most recent firmware.  DVDWS2 has all the latest patche's installed and the burning engin has all the latest dll's installed.  Any help would be great.

 

Tony