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    Popcorn 3 won't compress my Video_TS folder...

    No obvious differences between ones that work and ones that don't. I've even had disks from two or three disk sets that don't work when the others do.
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    Popcorn 3: Are They Joking?

    Mac the Ripper 3
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    Popcorn 2 and 3 in Leopard (10.5 retail)

    Perhaps they will fix all the other PopCON 3 stuff ups at the same time. Popcorn 2 is great - 3 is a con.
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    Popcorn 3 won't compress my Video_TS folder...

    It appears that Popcorn 3 just doesn't work for some VIDEO_TS folders even if they compress and burn fine in Popcorn 2. I have had no resolution from Roxio 'Support' on this issue so it would be great to report it - so they understand this is not an isolated issue. For more on this topic see the thread "Popcorn 3: they must be joking". Good Luck
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    Popcorn 3: Are They Joking?

    I am having the same proble as the other people here except I quite like the new interface. Some VIDEO_TS folders will not compress onto a single layer DVD in Popcorn 3 using "fit to DVD" despite the fact that the same VIDEO_TS folders will burn perfectly using Popcorn 2. I have been battling the Web Ticket 'support' staff for a month with no resolution - they even gave me instructions for a Vista machine once despite being told several times that I was on a Mac. At one point they asked me to remove all versions of Popcorn from my computer and only install Popcorn 3 back on - for those who were thinking of trying this don't bother. I took this a step further and formatted a spare machine then intalled the operating system to 10.4.10 with all apple software updates and installed Popcorn 3 as the only non operating system piece of software on the machine - It still wont burn some VIDEO_TS folders. To say I have had a negative experience with Roxio support would be a massive understatement.
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