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Is there anyway to create discs that play automatically when inserted into a dvd player?

 

I know intro can be used to create an intro but I'm wondering is there an "auto-play" function for Creator 2010 Pro as there is in Toast 10.

 

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Is there anyway to create discs that play automatically when inserted into a dvd player?

 

I know intro can be used to create an intro but I'm wondering is there an "auto-play" function for Creator 2010 Pro as there is in Toast 10.

 

Thanks!

 

 

Create a DVD with no menu: in myDVD, Select New/DVD, no menus.

 

Your DVD player may also have to be anabled to play DVDs automatically when inserted

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Thanks for that but I was looking for an eat my cake and have it too situation.

 

I want the disc to have a menu but I would like to be able to create a disc that just play the full film and if you want to use the menu you'd have to select the option.

 

Is there anyway to do this.

 

In Toast you can create a menu and choose the option to have the disc auto-play when it's in the dvd player.

 

That's what I'm tryng to do.

 

Thanks!

 

Create a DVD with no menu: in myDVD, Select New/DVD, no menus.

 

Your DVD player may also have to be anabled to play DVDs automatically when inserted

 

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Thanks for that but I was looking for an eat my cake and have it too situation.

 

I want the disc to have a menu but I would like to be able to create a disc that just play the full film and if you want to use the menu you'd have to select the option.

 

Is there anyway to do this.

 

In Toast you can create a menu and choose the option to have the disc auto-play when it's in the dvd player.

 

That's what I'm tryng to do.

 

Thanks!

 

Do you mean you want the DVD to auto-play play the movie when you insert the DVD and then return to the menu after the movie finishes.?

I have never seen a commercial DVD that does that. Certainly there is no option (that I know of) in C2010 that allows that kind of setup.

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Here is a workaround that might work for you if your video is less than 30 minutes. Add it as a INTRO movie. Add it the second time to the menu of your choice. Create chapters as you wish.

 

Is this what you are trying to do -- use chapters? If your video is just about 1 hour long, you can use a DL disc.

 

Remember that you can get only about 1 hour of the best quality video on a disc; any more, the quality may be crap. Make sure you encode to a ISO file first when you go to burn the disc and then copy the ISO file to your disc.

 

If you have Toast 10 and it does what you want, why are you using Creator 2010?

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With all due respect of course there are commercial dvds that play the feature when inserted in a player and if you want to reach the other content it is done through the menu button.

 

I only asked becasue using Toast this is an option to choose (which I choose all the time.)

 

It is cool if Creator 2010 doesn't have that function as it rocks in sooooo many other ways.

 

Thanks

 

Do you mean you want the DVD to auto-play play the movie when you insert the DVD and then return to the menu after the movie finishes.?

I have never seen a commercial DVD that does that. Certainly there is no option (that I know of) in C2010 that allows that kind of setup.

 

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With all due respect of course there are commercial dvds that play the feature when inserted in a player and if you want to reach the other content it is done through the menu button.

 

I only asked becasue using Toast this is an option to choose (which I choose all the time.)

 

It is cool if Creator 2010 doesn't have that function as it rocks in sooooo many other ways.

 

Thanks

 

What type of other content? Did you consider what I suggested excpt to not add the video a second time; just the "other content".

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What type of other content? Did you consider what I suggested excpt to not add the video a second time; just the "other content".

 

 

C2010 will not do what the user wants. I believe DVDit can be set up to play the feature "first" and then go to a menu. I just can't see why anybody would want to do that. I have never come across a commercial DVD (movie) that does it.

 

 

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