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Old 16th January 2003, 22:52   #1  |  Link
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Creating image doesn't work...

I used spruce up to author the dvd (with 10 movie files) and I could create everything correct.
When I put the menu ifo file in ifoedit or powerdvd everything works fine.
So I wanted to create an image to burn the dvd; I used imgtools 0.89 to do that => result:
movie 1-8 play correctly; 9 and ten fail.
So I did it with the new version 0.99 to create an nero image file
=> nothing can be played
Same thing happens with nero version 5510 (I know that this version is some kind of shit).

Can anyone help me?
I just want to backup old enterprise movies from vcr to dvd...

thanx for your help!!!
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Old 17th January 2003, 00:20   #2  |  Link
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I can never say this enough but Nero 5.5.10.0 has bigger bugs than it previous 5.5.9.17. But 5.5.9.17 is alot stabler. Deinstall 5.5.10.0 and use 5.5.9.17

When you have achieved that...try using Imgtools 0.95-99 to burn, not to create images, but to burn. Since you used Spruce Up, reallocation of files checked should work. If not, try with reallocation unchecked.

I hope this works for you.

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Old 17th January 2003, 01:19   #3  |  Link
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Doesn't SpruceUP have the option to let you create an image?? i think I did that a few times, then use dvddecryptor to burn your image.
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Doesn't SpruceUP have the option to let you create an image?? i think I did that a few times, then use dvddecryptor to burn your image.
atreides93,

You are correct. It's been awhile since I've used SpruceUp.

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Old 17th January 2003, 10:20   #5  |  Link
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I think I'll get it

Thanx for your answers!

I've another solution...I used Nero 5510 and created an image using derrows guide (create an iso/udf dvd); now getting the image in the daemon tools and watching it so everything works great.

I did not burn the image, yet, and I will not do that because I want to try to create an image with spruce up and burn that with dvd decrypter. I always used that way and it worked best...
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I can never say this enough but Nero 5.5.10.0 has bigger bugs than it previous 5.5.9.17. But 5.5.9.17 is alot stabler. Deinstall 5.5.10.0 and use 5.5.9.17

When you have achieved that...try using Imgtools 0.95-99 to burn, not to create images, but to burn. Since you used Spruce Up, reallocation of files checked should work. If not, try with reallocation unchecked.

I hope this works for you.

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Same problems here. 5.5.10.0 burns DVD's playable on PCs, but not on stand-alone DVD players. The same files work fine when burned with 5.5.9.17!

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