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I purchased, downloaded, and successfully installed MyDVD 10 Premier. I built the DVD and burned the DVD just fine. However, when I put the disc in my DVD player the highlight for the button was very, very off to the left. As you can see from the screen shots below (pictures of the highlighting for the first three movie buttons), it does not match up at all. How do I get the highlight to line up with the button?

 

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I purchased, downloaded, and successfully installed MyDVD 10 Premier. I built the DVD and burned the DVD just fine. However, when I put the disc in my DVD player the highlight for the button was very, very off to the left. As you can see from the screen shots below (pictures of the highlighting for the first three movie buttons), it does not match up at all. How do I get the highlight to line up with the button?

 

#1PICT0004.JPG #2PICT0005.JPG

#3PICT0006.JPG

 

 

What quality setting are you using when burning to DVD? How long in time is your total DVD project?

 

You have a "limited" version of the full program so some features are likely missing. What software render setting are you using? (look under Tools/options)

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What quality setting are you using when burning to DVD? How long in time is your total DVD project?

 

You have a "limited" version of the full program so some features are likely missing. What software render setting are you using? (look under Tools/options)

I'm burning to an 8.5GB DVD on the EP setting. According to the Used/Time Remaining bar, the time remaining is 2:11:11. The rendering I have set is "Hardware" not "Software".

 

I assume that the "unlimited" version is included with either Easy Media Creator 10 or Creator 2010. I have EMC-10 however, when I re-installed it on my machine none of the applications run. Since I primarily use the MyDVD program I purchased MyDVD 10 Premier.

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I'm burning to an 8.5GB DVD on the EP setting. According to the Used/Time Remaining bar, the time remaining is 2:11:11. The rendering I have set is "Hardware" not "Software".

 

I assume that the "unlimited" version is included with either Easy Media Creator 10 or Creator 2010. I have EMC-10 however, when I re-installed it on my machine none of the applications run. Since I primarily use the MyDVD program I purchased MyDVD 10 Premier.

 

If you have EMC 10 then why are you using myDVD 10 premier which is a "sub-set" of EMC 10. the myDVD in EMC 10 has "everything".

 

You have not told us exactly how long in time your project is. Time remaining means nothing. Try the HQ setting, many users have posted that they experience your problems when using any of the compression settings. Also you could try the software render mode just in case your video card or graphics adapter is not good ebough for hardware rendering.

 

Listing you system specs, expecially video specs/card would be helpful.

 

I would also recommend "burning" to an image file instead of directly to DVD. You can check out the video by playing the iso file through the free video player VLC.

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If you have EMC 10 then why are you using myDVD 10 premier which is a "sub-set" of EMC 10. the myDVD in EMC 10 has "everything".

Because for some reason nothing in EMC-10 would run. It would pretend to open, but never actually open. I did re-install it again today and now everything runs perfectly and disc burning from EMC-10 worked as well. Though I would still like to figure out why the button highlight does what it does in MyDVD.

 

You have not told us exactly how long in time your project is. Time remaining means nothing. Try the HQ setting, many users have posted that they experience your problems when using any of the compression settings. Also you could try the software render mode just in case your video card or graphics adapter is not good enough for hardware rendering.

The project would be approximately 220minutes. If I use HQ my project no longer fits on the disc. I have never had any trouble with the hardware render mode before so I'm not sure why I would have one now.

 

Listing you system specs, especially video specs/card would be helpful.

 

I would also recommend "burning" to an image file instead of directly to DVD. You can check out the video by playing the iso file through the free video player VLC.

I would provide you with my system specs, but I'm not sure where to acquire the information regarding the video specs that you want.

 

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The project would be approximately 220minutes. If I use HQ my project no longer fits on the disc. I have never had any trouble with the hardware render mode before so I'm not sure why I would have one now.

 

 

A standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minutes of HQ video, any longer and the video has to be compressed. Trying to squeeze 220 minutes on a DVD will give the problems you describe and also give terrible, almost unwatchable video.

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I am also having this problem. I am trying to run just under an hour and 30 minute DVD, Standard Play. The Highlight Buttons work great on the preview screen, but I cannot get them to work once I burn the DVD. I am using a 4.7 GB DVD.

 

What can I do?

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