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I just got Roxio Creator Pro 2011 for my Windows 7 PC. I've been using Nero 6 on my Win2K machine and am happy with the way it works, but wanted something to burn DVDs on my Win7 machine.

 

I've got movie projects that have already been processed and are ready to burn. With Nero it is simple, just drag the VIDEO_TS folder contents onto the DVD Video project and burn. However, I'm having some issues with Creator Pro 2011.

 

First, when I burn a DVD project with no menu the movie loops back to the beginning after it finishes. I just want it to end and skip to the next disc in my changer. How can I disable the movie loop/repeat function?

 

Second, when burning the DVD project the dialog box indicates that it is encoding my project. I don't want it to be re-encoded at all. I have already done the encoding and project creation with other software and just want it to burn the disc, as it has been already created. How do I disable the "re-encode" function so that it just proceeds with burning?

 

For what it is worth, I am working with videos I have recorded off TV onto my Sony DVD recorder on a DVD+RW disc. I then import them onto my PC hard drive using DVDShrink. If the video has commercials, such as a race or baseball game, I use VideoReDo TV Suite to cut out the commercials and process the finished project. If it is commercial free, such as a movie off TCM, I just use DVDShrink to copy the movie portion (cutting off the beginning and ending portions with DVDShrink's built in scene cutter). In both cases, the project is ready to burn and all I want Creator 2011 to do at this time is burn it as it is. With Nero 6 on my Win2k machine, it burns with no problems and comes out exactly the way I want. I want the same result with Creator 2011 on my Win7 machine.

 

Thank you!

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I just got Roxio Creator Pro 2011 for my Windows 7 PC. I've been using Nero 6 on my Win2K machine and am happy with the way it works, but wanted something to burn DVDs on my Win7 machine.

 

I've got movie projects that have already been processed and are ready to burn. With Nero it is simple, just drag the VIDEO_TS folder contents onto the DVD Video project and burn. However, I'm having some issues with Creator Pro 2011.

 

First, when I burn a DVD project with no menu the movie loops back to the beginning after it finishes. I just want it to end and skip to the next disc in my changer. How can I disable the movie loop/repeat function?

 

Second, when burning the DVD project the dialog box indicates that it is encoding my project. I don't want it to be re-encoded at all. I have already done the encoding and project creation with other software and just want it to burn the disc, as it has been already created. How do I disable the "re-encode" function so that it just proceeds with burning?

 

For what it is worth, I am working with videos I have recorded off TV onto my Sony DVD recorder on a DVD+RW disc. I then import them onto my PC hard drive using DVDShrink. If the video has commercials, such as a race or baseball game, I use VideoReDo TV Suite to cut out the commercials and process the finished project. If it is commercial free, such as a movie off TCM, I just use DVDShrink to copy the movie portion (cutting off the beginning and ending portions with DVDShrink's built in scene cutter). In both cases, the project is ready to burn and all I want Creator 2011 to do at this time is burn it as it is. With Nero 6 on my Win2k machine, it burns with no problems and comes out exactly the way I want. I want the same result with Creator 2011 on my Win7 machine.

 

Thank you!

 

If you have created a DVD compliant Video_TS folder it is easy to burn that to a DVD. Just use Video Copy&Convert, select the Video_TS folder and burn.

 

If myDVD is re-encoding the video then it is because the video is not DVD compliant or is at a setting that is different from your selected burn setting in myDVD. Of course copying ovies off TCM is most likely illegal.

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