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DVD stops after Intro Movie

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When I added an Intro Movie to MyDVD9 project, the DVD stops after playing the Intro movie.

 

This happens on multiple computers and players (including CinePlayer). Also happens if I burn to image and play using virtual drive.

 

The MyDVD Previews the project properly. The funny part is the DVD will play properly on TV DVD player.

 

The DVD was created by first burning to Image and then burning image to disk (Disk Copy).

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When I added an Intro Movie to MyDVD9 project, the DVD stops after playing the Intro movie.

 

This happens on multiple computers and players (including CinePlayer). Also happens if I burn to image and play using virtual drive.

 

The MyDVD Previews the project properly. The funny part is the DVD will play properly on TV DVD player.

 

The DVD was created by first burning to Image and then burning image to disk (Disk Copy).

If it plays correctly anywhere, then there is absolutely nothing wrong with the DVD!!!

 

You said it plays OK on a Player so you are inferring that it doesn't play on your PC… What program are you using to play it with on your PC?

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If it plays correctly anywhere, then there is absolutely nothing wrong with the DVD!!!

 

You said it plays OK on a Player so you are inferring that it doesn't play on your PC… What program are you using to play it with on your PC?

On the XP, I used CinePlayer, Roxio DVDMAX. If I used Windows MediaPlayer, I could get past the Intro, but the menus were jerky.

 

On the Vista, I used CinePlayer, and InterVideo WinDVD for Toshiba.

 

I have to use TaskManager to close the player apps.

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Render your new DVD to your hard drive -- as files, not image -- and try power DVD or vlan etc... for playback. If the problem occurs, then I'd suspect a problem with the way the intro was set up in MyDVD or perhaps the audio/video files.... A stand-alone DVD player is a relatively dumb device -- PCs will take a better look at the video to determine how to play it -- the window will resize itself for example in power DVD. I imagine if there's something the player software doesn't like or understand with the video &/or audio, it'll stall while searching for a the appropriate codec or filters.

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