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Dvd Project Not Complete


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I created a MyDVD project. The previews in each individual title is correct and the overall preview is correct. The dvd burns fine but when I go to play it in my dvd player, 4 of the 7 titles are missing the first few pictures and the music starts in the middle of the song. I get the same thing when I view the dvd on the PC. This is a brand new PC using Windows Vista. We have all the updates available. Any ideas?

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I created a MyDVD project. The previews in each individual title is correct and the overall preview is correct. The dvd burns fine but when I go to play it in my dvd player, 4 of the 7 titles are missing the first few pictures and the music starts in the middle of the song. I get the same thing when I view the dvd on the PC. This is a brand new PC using Windows Vista. We have all the updates available. Any ideas?

 

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When you go to burn in MyDVD, burn (encode) to an ISO file and then copy the ISO file to the disc using Video Copy and Convert (where you can also preview the project) or with Creator Classic.

 

This two step process takes little more time than the one step process. This process separate the encoding from the burning so your computer only has to do one thing at a time.

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Hi,

 

I recall a similar problem when I was a newbie. I created the project in MyDVD, as you said you did. Though if you are able to create it in that program I think it should work, this apparently isn't always the case! Always create your project in Videowave, then use MyDVD to create a menu, import your slideshow project, and burn it. Maybe that will help you - it helped me.

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4 of the 7 titles are missing the first few pictures and . Any ideas?

Someone had this problem and solved it by switching the rendering from 'progressive to interlaced' video ( or vice-versa. I can't remember which was used.)

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