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Old 23rd May 2005, 01:41   #1  |  Link
neo36uk
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Dvd Authored In Encore 1.5 Acting Strangely

Hello folks, can anyone help me with this one? i am also new to these forums so i hope this is the right place

I have just finished authoring a DVD in encore 1.5. I authored the DVD so that the first timeline could not be skipped no matter what button was pressed on the DVD remote control. The master DVD that was authored in Encore 1.5 is working properly, but when I copy that master disc with Nero 6 then the first play timeline can now be skipped for some strange reason, it is alos the same in clone DVD

What is the best software for making 1to1 backups of your DVD master?

WHAT DO YOU ALL USE?

Hope u can help with this one as I have now deleted the encore project, so I can’t produce anymore now from that

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Wayne…
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Old 23rd May 2005, 10:05   #2  |  Link
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Try Intervideo DVD Copy 3 or Gear Pro (the best software for DVD burning).

BTW... it's really strange problem or you're using DVDRegion Free

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Old 27th May 2005, 07:06   #3  |  Link
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Hi kolak, thanks for responding to my post

I have just installed intervideo DVD Copy 3 and a trial of Gear Pro, I have tried burning the original DVD again but it is still not working properly. My first 2 timelines that are set up to not be skipped via the DVD remote are still being skipped when I press the main menu button or top menu button.

The original encore project is set up as seen in the picture; I will now have to try to set it to region 2 only with e being from the UK. What is confusing me still though is why there are no problems with the original DVD; surely if all setting for the original DVD is as in the jpeg then all copies should act the same.

This one is well weird

Wayne
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Old 27th May 2005, 18:59   #4  |  Link
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Gear Pro is used by many authoring studios and it make perfect 1:1 copy(acording to Tom Vaughan from Gear support).
I think that the problem is in Encore. Try other software like DVD Composer or Sony DVD Architect.
I had simmilar problem with CD-Audio disc and I can tell you that Nero it is not a good software for copying (it change disc structure).

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Old 28th May 2005, 15:02   #5  |  Link
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Hi kolak

Just an update…I have just updated the firmware on my Sony dru530a burner and it now works fine. I will have to try my pioneerA06 later but I think it will be fine.

It copied the original DVD a bit slower that all other programs but it now acts in exactly the same way as the original, the first two timelines can no longer be skipped just like in the original..

Thanks for your help on this one…I am going to stick to gear pro for all my burning now I think

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Wayne
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Who thought that it can be burner
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