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Login I was fortunate to find your advice, and I was able to figure things out in a few minutes with your help. I didn't understand what track was in the middle of the dvd until I came to you guide. this contact form

One thing I couldn't do was view the disc image in DVD player, as was suggested. Plus, check with the replicator if they want DDP or CMF.Larry replies: Uli, thanks for the additional information. The weird thing is that I can see on the disc where the information is burned, yet it won't play. I thought that's what using the "Format" option of DVD Studio did already (build once, format as many times as you want), as opposed to using "Burn" which I believe does https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2300454?start=0&tstart=0

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P.S. i created a build and then use Toast to burn my copies. Thanks for the help. ferguda 166.207 weergaven 9:40 Meer suggesties laden...

I don't need chapters or titles. cheers, keebler share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply thworple, Aug 25, 2006 thworple macrumors 6502 Joined: Oct 20, 2005 Location: Sussex, England #3 Any other tips would be great! Reply Quote Re: DVD won't play after creating in DVD Studio Pro 4 years, 10 months ago #22849 Duane OFFLINE Executive Producer Posts: 5513 Karma: 9 Is the Log File you

Find the VTS that is closest to the middle of the list and twirl it down. Plus, I think 8x is the slowest I can go. A break point should be set somewhere in a track where a half-second pause in the audio and video won't cause a problem for your views. https://forums.creativecow.net/thread/55/865872 But when I try to burn it using Toast to disk it fails and says: MEDIUM ERROR Sense Code = 0x73, 0x03 When I try to build it in DVDSP I

Setting a break point is always a process of trial and error and requires that all tracks and menus be completed first.CREATING THE DDP MASTER FILESIn order to test whether your The recording device reported the media error: Unknown device error. (0x0C, 0x00.)" I have tried two different brands of DVD, and several different DVDs thinking at first it may have been share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply bigbossbmb, Aug 25, 2006 bigbossbmb macrumors 68000 Joined: Jul 1, 2004 Location: Pasadena/Hollywood #7 when you go to Doesn't Disk Utility have some sort of function to purge old files, and do a disk cleanup kind of thing to increase performance?

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Test it one more in DVD player 2. http://www.calgaryfcpug.com/dvd-studio-pro-and-idvd/22837-dvd-won-t-play-after-creating-in-dvd-studio-pro.html I know that sometimes the window pops up to allow me to choose, but it hasn't on either of the last two discs. Dvd Studio Pro Disc Not Supported thank you so much, clear, precise AND precious !ReplyJim Hauschultz says:June 11, 2013 at 10:46 amA question. Edit: After looking further into my manual I tried to de-select "lossless linking" before building & formatting.

I am quite confident that DVDSP can properly build and BURN a DL project to DL media, as long as the breakpoint has been properly set. 2-My recommendation would be to weblink Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by djhalo, djhalo Feb 24, 2010 4:34 AM in response to JCWBU38 Level 1 (0 points) Feb 24, 2010 4:34 AM in response Lynda.com 515 weergaven 5:28 DVD Studio Pro 4 Pt 1 - Duur: 10:55. PTP (Parallel Track Path) means that the laser zips back to the beginning of the DVD, then starts spiraling out from the center.The advantage to OTP is that the track changeover

Learn more You're viewing YouTube in Dutch. Precompiling Project UNTITLED_DISC Compiling VMG Information... share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Krio, Dec 10, 2009 Krio macrumors member Joined: Dec 10, 2009 #17 Quick ? navigate here JOIN NOWSubscribe to Larry's FREE weekly newsletter and save 10%on your first purchase.

If I just burn one at a time, and delete existing TS files, do you think that will work? Last Edit: 4 years, 10 months ago by Duane. Compiling Menu PGCs...

If so, what is it and how can I fix it?

Try creating a disc image, then burn as a second step. You may experience greater success by choosing a slower burn speed in Disk Utility. I got the "formatting successful" message, but the discs wouln't play. Handy.

These fall into three areas:Creating a break pointCreating the DDP master filesBurning the DDP files onto a DVDCREATING A BREAK POINTBefore you spend any time worrying about creating a dual layer let me know if you need anything else. Dit beleid geldt voor alle services van Google. his comment is here Duane E.

Thanks for your help. People do have problem with that. Especially since one of the warnings said that the 0 break layer was too small or large for the DL breakpoint. Writing VIDEO_TS.VOB 1 VTSs and 1 Titles will be created...

YOU SHOULD PUT THAT IN BOLD! Cheers! Working... Created 11 PGCs in VTSM1 Created 8 PGCs in VMG. 1 Menu(s) will be created...

After being at my whits end, I took the video_TS files and transferred them over to my 8yr old G5 tower. Is there any way around this? In your case, if all connections are correct, if it plays in the Simulator, if there are no errors in the Log file, I cannot think of any possible reason the Thanks for the detailed thought you put into your suggestions, sometimes the easiest answers are the hardest to find. 1 - Putting the .img file on a disk was suggested by

Video is stored in VOB's (Video Object Blocks) which, in turn, are stored in VTS's (Video Title Sets). Could it be something with how the computer is talking to the drives? However, if I have 100+ disks to burn I am unable to throw the .img file on an external hdd to throw on another computer to help speed things up. Je moet dit vandaag nog doen.

And every time it failed I was leery of whether it was done right. And it took a number of phone calls and false starts before I got it right.Remember to finish authoring your DVD before setting your break point.