I use ConvertXtoDVD once I have downloaded torrents from a site.
The files I download are either .mp4 or avi. I recently downloaded
parts 1and2 of Kristen Bjorn's Action both parts were together in a file
that is about 3.65GB so once I downloaded it I opened the little yellow
folder that the files are stored in I attempted to convert them part 1 and then
part 2 as the files are pretty big,ConVertXtoDVD will convert the files but will
not burn them to the disc that I have in my burner
Have you doubled checked that the burn to disc box is still checked? I noticed that it sometimes comes unticked when I upgrade.
Are you sure you have the right size dvd for the conversion setting you have in ConvertX? Putting a single layer disc in when you have it set for dual layer and it can even happen if you put a dual layer disc in and have it set for dual layer.
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Check the file sizes of your converted files, chatman. The ISO standard for DVDs does not allow any single file to exceed 2 GB in size (that's why the 3.65 GB original was split into two files in the first place). Although a standard DVD can hold up to 4.7 GB of data, no single file on the disk may be greater than 2 GB. Even a long play DVD movie of 4.7 GB is stored on the DVD as a collection of smaller "chapter" files. You don't see that when the movie plays, because the files are usually called sequentially, without any prompt from you.
Your burner program may be refusing to write to the DVD because it can't, if you are trying to burn files > 2 GB. Some burner programs won't warn you of this ahead of time, and will attempt to burn the first 2 GB of data to the disk, then the program will hang or crash.