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Red Sonic Splash Screen In My Dvd!

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Ok so I created a dvd i decided to make an iso file to test and also so I could burn several copies for christmas. I loaded the ISO image and started flipping through the titles which leads me to chapter there are 9 when I click on title 9 chapter1 a RED SPLASH SCREEN that says SONIC pops up really fast then disappears like in under half a second I was like wow I never added that to my dvd any help?? Thanks

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??? the Creator Suite has about 40 programs in it...

 

Which One did you create the ISO with? (do you still have the project file for that program?)

 

Which One are you opening the ISO with?

 

The Suite can only burn an ISO file, it has no ability to open one for edit...

 

You can use the Suite to create a Virtual Drive and then Mount the ISO to that drive.

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I used roxio 2011 then clicked the dvd crator suite authored the dvd clicked the round red burn button then told it to make an iso instaed of burning it then I mounted the iso image with magic disc then I played it using the vlc player.

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I used roxio 2011 then clicked the dvd crator suite authored the dvd clicked the round red burn button then told it to make an iso instaed of burning it then I mounted the iso image with magic disc then I played it using the vlc player.

 

You don't even have to use MagicDisc to mount the iso. Simply drop the iso file on the VLC icon and it will play. No need for any virtual drive

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MagicDisc is not a Roxio program. nor is VLC ;)

 

I have used both and like them but have neither installed anymore...

 

There are other reasons why a menu may not work and they have to do with the Project rather than the Player. Like to know more about the MyDVD Project ~ total length & Quality???

 

I rarely use any ISO anymore, my personal favorite is to burn to a Folder Set and use Burn Data Disc to create the discs.

 

Burning to a DVD RW for testing is good step, if the Project is an hour long or less ;)

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@myguggi

I know that I mounted the iso so I could explore it.

 

in either case what does what I view the dvd with have to do with there being a sonic splash screen hidden in the dvd that I did not add in there?

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How about loading that ISO to download site, like UpForDown - LINK, so we can take a first hand look at it???

 

If you don't want to post the link to it here, use the Instant Message (click our name and "Send Message" is an option...

 

You could also makeup a test sample and post that one ;)

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Did you use PhotoShow in any of the videos you put into the Iso

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No and I could not find anywhere when searching the project that a sonic splash screen could be disabled or added or anything

 

@Jim I sent you a message

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Got your message ;)

 

I noticed your IP resolves to Mission KS. I lived in North KCMO as well as the Grandview, MO area in my youth :lol:

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@myguggi

I know that I mounted the iso so I could explore it.

 

in either case what does what I view the dvd with have to do with there being a sonic splash screen hidden in the dvd that I did not add in there?

I'm sure we dealt with this one a year or so ago, and found the Sonic screen that's mentioned. It's normally hidden in the DVD like some sort of hidden copyright image.

 

I'll see if I can find the old topic, but given the insipid search abilities on this board that might be impossible.

 

What's the easiest way to display that Sonic screen, Renz?

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