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DVD Maker Wont Let Me Add Files

Last post 12-23-2009, 3:46 AM by openewer. 5 replies.
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  •  03-24-2009, 7:11 PM 1575

    DVD Maker Wont Let Me Add Files

    So when i try to add files it comes up with a message that says avi file is not valid or is corrupt. The weird thing is that if my buddy adds the same file on his computer everything works fine for him. What could be wrong?
  •  03-28-2009, 8:39 PM 1586 in reply to 1575

    Re: DVD Maker Wont Let Me Add Files


    It could simply be a codec compatibility issue.  Go into movie maker and check your codecs - if your buddy has movie maker too, check and see what codecs differ. 

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  •  04-02-2009, 4:55 AM 1598 in reply to 1575

    Re: DVD Maker Wont Let Me Add Files

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  •  04-02-2009, 7:02 AM 1599 in reply to 1598

    Re: DVD Maker Wont Let Me Add Files


    Your attempt to solicit sales of a dvd conversion program does not address the problem in this thread - presuming of course, that d_entus_04's buddy doesn't have the dvd ripper you refer to.

    If anything, it appears having one (or more) dvd conversion programs can cause even more codec compatibility issues using DVDmaker.

    .....and for what it's worth, Windows Movie Maker also supports .VOB video files - provided codec compatibility is addressed within Movie Maker.  All of the movies I have imported have been .vob videos.

    I am volunteering ideas. Solutions that work for me may not work for you
    VISTA Home Premium SP1 on
    HP Slimline
    DUO CPU 2.60 GHz
    3.00 GB RAM
    &
    Toshiba Satellite L300D
    AMD Athlon 64X2 Dual-Core Processor
    1.90 GHz
    3.00 GB RAM
  •  12-17-2009, 4:38 PM 2279 in reply to 1575

    Re: DVD Maker Wont Let Me Add Files

    I have the same problem. It doesn't work on my computer but it works on my brother's. Have you figured it out yet or does anyone have any idea why this happens or how to fix it? As far as I know neither one of us have any codecs or anything like that. They're new computers. Thanks.
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