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.dmg>burn To Dvd W/ Cd-rom


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Just want to burn to dvd a movie + extras (cd-rom) & be able to access the cd-rom from the dvd player or alternately the computer. The original dvd is in PAL format, is listed in the opening credits of the dvd as a Digital Versatile Disc

 

I've actually got the movie to burn after mounting, but I can't access the extra content unless I Custom Preview the .toast file

 

I see the copy summary in Copy Image: FILEX.dmg 2.09 GB HFS + CD-ROM. I don't know if I can just burn at this stage, but the way I've done it was to mount it to a .toast then burn.

 

I'm wondering if I can burn this .dmg or .toast in DATA and to be played in the dvd player with access to both movie & cd-rom content. The original FILEX.toast I burnt plays in the dvd player, but even in the computer I'm still unable to access the cd-rom content. Even though I'd like to be able to access it all thru the dvd player, I'll settle if I can still access the cd-rom content on the computer only.

 

Not sure what the issue is here, but I know others that have had this certain bonus music dvd have also had problems accessing these bonus features even with the original copy. Not sure if it has eluded them because the extra content is actually cd-rom & they haven't tried it on their computer. In 2008, I haven't seen a cd-rom in awhile, and when I boot up the burnt copy it contains the blank Audio_TS, with Video_TS containing:

 

VTS_03_0.BUP

VTS_03_0.IFO

VTS_03_0.VOB

VIDEO_TS.BUP

VTS_01_1.VOB

VTS_02_0.BUP

VIDEO_TS.IFO

VIDEO_TS.VOB

VTS_01_0.BUP

VTS_03_1.VOB

VTS_04_0.BUP

VTS_04_0.IFO

VTS_04_0.VOB

VTS_01_0.IFO

VTS_01_0.VOB

VTS_02_0.IFO

VTS_02_0.VOB

VTS_02_1.VOB

VTS_02_2.VOB

VTS_04_1.VOB

VTS_05_0.BUP

VTS_05_0.IFO

VTS_05_0.VOB

VTS_05_1.VOB

VTS_06_0.BUP

VTS_06_0.IFO

VTS_06_0.VOB

VTS_06_1.VOB

 

and here's the breakdown in Custom Preview of the .toast

 

Main Movie: 2-1 thru 2-4

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(And the extras appear separately)

 

Strung Out: 6-1{these 3 I'm trying to access}

Last Cig: 4-1 {" "}

Junk Sick: 5-1 {" "}

 

 

'Warning': 3-1 {appears before main movie & after>back to main menu}

'Epic intro': 1-1 {plays on disc start}

 

 

any help/sugg's muchly appreciated B)

 

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Just want to burn to dvd a movie + extras (cd-rom) & be able to access the cd-rom from the dvd player or alternately the computer.
A DVD may have two kinds of extras: DVD-ROM content, accessible on a computer, on the disc, outside the VIDEO_TS folder; or extras as supplemental video, as integral part of the VIDEO_TS folder. The first is easily recognizable as files in the root of the disc (other than AUDIO_TS folder and VIDEO_TS folder). The latter may or may not be accessible through the on-screen menu (hidden feature, a.k.a. easter egg). Please clarify which of the two you expect to find.

 

but I can't access the extra content unless I Custom Preview the .toast file
Not sure what this 'Custom Preview' is that you talk of. Is it the Custom video selection in the Copy Options?

 

FILEX.dmg 2.09 GB HFS + CD-ROM
A DVD-Video disk image shouldn't be HFS+, but UDF 1.0.2 file system.

 

(And the extras appear separately)

Strung Out: 6-1{these 3 I'm trying to access}

Last Cig: 4-1 {" "}

Junk Sick: 5-1 {" "}

It looks like you want to access Video Title Set 4, 5 and 6.

If you open VTS_04_1.VOB in VLC, it should start playing the extra known as title number 4.

If you open VTS_05_1.VOB in VLC, it should start playing the extra known as title number 5.

If you open VTS_06_1.VOB in VLC, it should start playing the extra known as title number 6.

If your set top DVD player allows access to any title by pressing the title number on your remote, then it should start the corresponding extra. On my player this works from a stopped disc: the disc should not be playing when entering the title number, not even the disc's menu.

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