Jump to content

Montreal Boy

Members
  • Content count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About Montreal Boy

  • Rank
    Newbie
  1. I recently upgraded to Roxio Creator NXT 5. I had been working on a DVD project (.dmsd file extension) in my earlier version, but it seems that I cannot load the file in Roxio Creator NXT 5? Is there a way that I can continue working on that DVD project in NXT 5, or do I need to start from scratch?
  2. I'm using Verbatim discs. I'm pretty sure the burn speed was around 8X but noticed that during part of the burn process, it was burning faster than 8X. So are you saying I should burn the disc at a lower speed like 4X? I just find it strange that the problem is limited to one screen.
  3. I just finished creating my DVD and everything plays perfectly on my computer. I tried playing it on my DVD player and the DVD plays fine as well. The only issue is that the title screen hangs after 2-3 seconds and then everything just freezes. This happens every time I load the DVD. However, if I press "play" immediately after the title screen loads, I am brought into the chapters menu and from that point onwards everything works perfectly; I can leave the DVD on the chapter menu screens and there is no issue with hanging. I tried doing the exact same thing on my computer that there is no issue with the title screen hanging. Has anyone experienced a similar problem and if so, is there a way to remedy this?
  4. Montreal Boy

    Playing DVD on PS3

    If I want to burn my project onto a DVD to play on my PS3 and my regular DVD (not blue ray) player, is that possible to do so with a single disc or do I need to burn two different DVDs? Do I need to do anything differently when I burn my DVD so that it can play on my PS3?
  5. I just created a movie on Roxio 2010 and it plays perfectly on the preview. When I tried to play it on my PS3, random images are showing up as black images even though everything showed up fine during the preview. When the DVD was a work-in-progress, I had created a test DVD with the same file (fewer photos) and it played perfectly on a regular DVD player (didn't try playing the test DVD on my PS3). I haven't tried playing my current DVD on a regular player yet and not sure if the problem has something to do with how the file was created/burned to DVD or whether it is the issue of playing my DVD on my PS3?
×