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Uploaded video .mts files from Canon camcorder. Converted them in Roxio Creator 2010 to .iso files. Went to MY DVD because it seemed like the only way to created a movie without breaks in scenes. Thought I burned a DVD-R disc because entire video played on the screen while open, encode movies, encode menu, record menu and complete became checked. When I went to play the disc, it only played one frame VTS_02_0 of the opening scene over and over. Other files on the DVD were also VTS_1, 3, 4, 5, etc. each including the first 22 minutes of a 90 minute video. Bottom line is I'm trying to get the entire video to burn and play.

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Uploaded video .mts files from Canon camcorder. Converted them in Roxio Creator 2010 to .iso files. Went to MY DVD because it seemed like the only way to created a movie without breaks in scenes. Thought I burned a DVD-R disc because entire video played on the screen while open, encode movies, encode menu, record menu and complete became checked. When I went to play the disc, it only played one frame VTS_02_0 of the opening scene over and over. Other files on the DVD were also VTS_1, 3, 4, 5, etc. each including the first 22 minutes of a 90 minute video. Bottom line is I'm trying to get the entire video to burn and play.

 

 

What do you mean you converted "them to iso files" or "the only way to created a movie without breaks in scenes"? Perhaps if you were to explain exactly, step-by-step what you did, we might be able to spot where you went wrong.

How do you know it only "played one frame over and over"? There should be several files with the extension vob which make up the movie

 

An iso file is an image of a DVD, you should only have one iso file for your project.

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What do you mean you converted "them to iso files" or "the only way to created a movie without breaks in scenes"? Perhaps if you were to explain exactly, step-by-step what you did, we might be able to spot where you went wrong.

How do you know it only "played one frame over and over"? There should be several files with the extension vob which make up the movie

 

An iso file is an image of a DVD, you should only have one iso file for your project.

 

You're correct. There are several files with VOB extension. But we can't put the DVD into the DVD drive in the computer or any freestanding DVD player and have it play the entire video. In order to get the video to play at all, we have to locate the VOB files on the computer and click on them. Otherwise, it automatically defaults to playing the menu page of "My Daughter's Wedding" over and over again with the music that comes with the menu page.

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You're correct. There are several files with VOB extension. But we can't put the DVD into the DVD drive in the computer or any freestanding DVD player and have it play the entire video. In order to get the video to play at all, we have to locate the VOB files on the computer and click on them. Otherwise, it automatically defaults to playing the menu page of "My Daughter's Wedding" over and over again with the music that comes with the menu page.

 

 

Please give a step-by-step explanation of how you created the DVD. What happens when you put the DVD into a stand-alone DVD player? Of course it will play the menu page over and over again until you select one of the menu items. Every commercial DVD works that way.

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