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Custom Hybrid Dvd Won't Play On Some Dvd Players


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I'm trying to burn a Custom Hybrid disc (Mac partition, ISO partition with DVD content). It only plays on some DVD players but not all. Is there a way to burn it so it will play on all DVD players? I am using Video and Audio TS folders created in DVD Studio Pro for the DVD portion of the disc.

 

Macbook/Toast 9/DVD Studio Pro

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Do you have any reason why the setup below wouldn't work for you?

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I have an auto run and SETUP.EXE file that needs to be at the top of the PC side. Do I still use the custom Hybrid mode? I apologize for being such a newbie but I don't understand the basic principals of how to end up with a UDF disc that has a PC side with the auto run file at the top and a Mac side that I can control how it looks (icon arrangement etc.) and also will play in any DVD player. If anyone has the patience to walk me through it I would really appreciate it. Thanks.

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I have an auto run and SETUP.EXE file that needs to be at the top of the PC side. Do I still use the custom Hybrid mode? I apologize for being such a newbie but I don't understand the basic principals of how to end up with a UDF disc that has a PC side with the auto run file at the top and a Mac side that I can control how it looks (icon arrangement etc.) and also will play in any DVD player. If anyone has the patience to walk me through it I would really appreciate it. Thanks.

I believe it should work to choose DVD-Rom (UDF) as the format, put whatever files you need at the top level, put whatever files you want in folders and burn the DVD. The only thing you cannot do is hide the PC files from Mac users or the Mac files from PC users. There is no alternative to using UDF format if you want to use a VIDEO_TS folder for playback on DVD Players. So start there.

 

I just looked at my "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" disc and this is what's listed at the root level:

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That disc doesn't have any Mac content (a few DVDs do have Mac content). But you can see that adding a Mac folder is easy to do.

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