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All Chapters Start At The Beginning Of Production


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I am creating a Blu-ray project. After I add my HD video file to the My DVD program, and when I Edit the Chapters and add them, whenever I preview the project and select a chapter, it always plays back at the beginning of the production. My project is only 22 minutes long and I have tried this using other MPG files and the same thing happens. Any suggestions? Thank you

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I thought the problem may be that I am trying to create a Blu-ray production and that maybe it wasn't possible to create chapters in Blu-rays, but that isn't the case. Regardless if the movie I have added is an MPG file or a Video Wave File, and regardless if i am making a DVD or a Blu-ray, whenever I play the production within the program and regardless of which chapter I select, it starts at the beginning.

 

I opted to do a complete uninstall using the c2011_cleansystem.bat file and the instructions on your site then re-installed 2011-Professional and the exact same thing happens.

 

I haven't actually burned a DVD or a Blu-ray to see if the same thing happens on it, but I'm assuming it will since when I play the production within MyDVD and select any chapter, it starts at the beginning. I have verified that each chapter is set to start play at the chapter it corresponds to (i.e. Chapter 2 will start at Chapter 2; Chapter 3 will start at Chapter 3; etc.).

 

In summary, it doesn't matter if I am creating a Blu-ray or a DVD or am adding chapters to a Videowave project or an MPG file--I am able to create the chapters and they properly display and I can highlight them, but when I play any one of them, rather than starting at the chapter, it starts at the beginning of the production.

 

Thanks for your assistance.

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Update on this situation...

 

I thought the problem may be that I am trying to create a Blu-ray production and that maybe it wasn't possible to create chapters in Blu-rays, but that isn't the case. Regardless if the movie I have added is an MPG file or a Video Wave File, and regardless if i am making a DVD or a Blu-ray, whenever I play the production within the program and regardless of which chapter I select, it starts at the beginning.

 

I opted to do a complete uninstall using the c2011_cleansystem.bat file and the instructions on your site then re-installed 2011-Professional and the exact same thing happens.

 

I haven't actually burned a DVD or a Blu-ray to see if the same thing happens on it, but I'm assuming it will since when I play the production within MyDVD and select any chapter, it starts at the beginning. I have verified that each chapter is set to start play at the chapter it corresponds to (i.e. Chapter 2 will start at Chapter 2; Chapter 3 will start at Chapter 3; etc.).

 

In summary, it doesn't matter if I am creating a Blu-ray or a DVD or am adding chapters to a Videowave project or an MPG file--I am able to create the chapters and they properly display and I can highlight them, but when I play any one of them, rather than starting at the chapter, it starts at the beginning of the production.

 

Thanks for your assistance.

 

Burn a DVD project, not a Blu-ray project, and see if it exhibits the same behavior on the burned DVD.

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