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28 Feb 2014   #1

Windows 7 Pro

I have used previous versions of VSOConvertXToDVD and without changing any of the preferences they burned automatically (this version does NOT).

I have been through all the preferences for burning on this version and I don't see anyway to make it burn automatically

If anyone is using this version, and knows how to get it to burn without it stopping after it converts the movie and I have to then tell it to burn I sure like to know.

Here is the Burn Settings Options:

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02 Mar 2014   #2

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1

One of it's listed features is indeed Burn automatically to DVD after video conversion

I couldn't find an answer for you, but they do have an active forum

VSO Software Forum

I did find this tute

6. Burning

Burn result to DVD / as ISO file in working folder: If checked, program will burn DVD folder files to DVD after conversion has finished (when a blank DVD has been placed in burner and this type can hold the amount of created "data"). If not checked, the files will be saved in the working folder on your computer. Also you can select between an ISO image or your default burner. You must set ISO image before you start add video file(s) in a new project.

In the drop down menu, the burner detected is listed, if you have more than one they will be listed too and you can select the one of your choice.
On the right you can also set your burning speed: Recommended speed for Single Layer (DVD-5) is 4x or 6x, but do not go faster than half of the rated speed of disc. For Dual Layer (DVD-9) we recommend 2x. Note: the burn speed that will actually be used is the burn speed that is available for both your drive and disk (each have their own allowed speeds). Example if you select to burn at 2x, but your disk only allows for 4x, 6x, and 8x the disk will not be burnt at 2x as requested but the closest speed to that which case it would be burnt at 4x speed.
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