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Disc writing takes too much time.

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I have recently upgraded to a new desktop PC operating Windows 10. My previous PC was Windows 7. I have used the AVS4YOU video converter, licensed version, since 2009. I now have a new licensed version on my new Windows 10 PC.

On my new PC, the conversion section of the process still takes about the same time, but the writing to a -RW Verbatim disk has blown out from less than 15 minutes to in excess of 1 and a ½ hour. Can you explain why this is so?

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The first thing to check in AVS Video Converter is the option to burn the DISCS. And by that I mean to check the writing speed, because with the installation of a new operating system, it's possible that the settings might be messed up or reverted to default and now the software is writing DVDs at the lowest speed possible.

Another possibility is that the software lacks compatibility with the operating system. Convert the video as you need, and then install another program that can write DVDs in Windows 10.

For example, you can use Ashampoo Burning Studio Free: https://www.ashampoo.com/en/usd/pin/7110/burning-software/burning-studio-free

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