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Please enter a title. Even if it doesn't recode the video, it still reauthors.Click to expand... ImgBurn. You will just have to factor in motion menus as well. 1 person found this helpful Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 22. have a peek here

Researching my drive it is (was at the time) meant to be quite a decent device. I tried splitting it around the middle of the video, but must have done something wrong, because after processing, I had an exact duplicate of the file. (I know, RTFM.) I'll JJ Posts: 6019Joined: Thu Sep 14, 2006 1:25 pmLocation: Finland Top by copycat29 » Fri Oct 30, 2009 4:08 pm Nope, it seem to happen just on some of my But to perform the job, DVD Flick shows some malfunctioning and thus it creates some problems. http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/311669-ImgBurn-can-t-find-a-place-for-a-layer-break

Again, a 1:1 image is IDENTICAL to the original disc with AnyDVD running in the background. I also now get this same layer break message when trying to "Preview from Here" any menu, killing my ability to preview the DVD menus in Encore.Just to see what would The region 1 DVD for the "Day of the Dead" remake (which is a god awful movie I might add) uses parallel track paths with a second layer greater in size You do realize that an ISO image is an exact copy of what's in the drive.

By tomcar in forum Newbie / General discussions Replies: 2 Last Post: 2nd Oct 2008, 03:49 Retail Layer Break and Imgburn Layer Break..the same? To avoid these above problems and make a sound DVD burning, you can use Wondershare DVD Creator as the most preferred alternative to DVD Flick. Therefore you need to have at least two cells on a DL disc. Solution: you can perform a test check before burning the disc and checking carefully about the duration management.

Watching H.264 (and other) videos using CUDA/D... I won't reply - Especially if you have post count of 0!!!Replies to posts belong in the forum where everyone can read them. There is a .dvd file, but no media descriptor (.mds) file. I must dissagree here.

Re: Layer break not on cell boundary neil wilkes Mar 17, 2012 10:52 AM (in response to neil wilkes) Did you also download & install all the plugins for PGCedit?Well, well I re-transcoded the material down to well under 4.7 GB (about 3.9 GB), reverted and replaced the transcoded files, and now the DVD build screen shows that there are about 700MB I then recomposed the files into an ISO using ImgBurn and allowed it to choose the layer break position automatically. Edit Video Recover lost data Create & Edit PDF DVD Flick 1 DVD Flick Tutorial 1.1 DVD Flick Tutorial 2 DVD Flick Menu 2.1 Custom DVD Flick Menu 3 DVD Flick

  1. Matt Quote 24th Oct 200912:42 #2 ron spencer View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Rancid User Join Date : May 2005 Location : Ish-ka-bibble you need to get it
  2. It shows the file as having only 1 cell- a very large cell.
  3. I tried DVD Shrink first, shrinking it by 10%.

This is guaranteed to work. see this here Burn the file to the DVD using ImgBurn I let ImgBurn select the burn speed and layer break settings automatically (don't now enough to fiddle) and I always verify the burn I 09:09:34 Exporting Graph Data... Solution: You need to check the following instructions.

Exactly like the message says... navigate here I'm still trying to remember the exact reason why the Dev's warn against ripping an SD-DVD to an ISO if you plan to burn it - but I forget what that Your files that you send to the replicator will already have the layer break defined. I'm starting with Season 1 from the TV series "Penn & Teller: Bullshit!".

I was pretty sure that I had enough room on the disk, but Shrink is a program I know and feel comfortable working with. Cause: This version may possess that bug. I researched the media very extensively and bought Verbatim's (Disc ID MKM-001) so I know I have the best discs. http://offsethq.com/imgburn-error/imgburn-error-al-50.html Why is that?

Moderators: ckhouston, JJ, Claire, Phil, Forum admin Forum rules Post a reply 8 posts • Page 1 of 1 Layer Break problem with ConvertXtoDVD by copycat29 » Fri Oct 30, 2009 Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Yes, when making any kind of Dual Layer type of DVD files, when encoding, there are needed cells created inside the finished DVD files that a lot of burning programs depend

Re: Layer break not on cell boundary neil wilkes Mar 17, 2012 10:44 AM (in response to Shadreck Rukweza) Yes, it is.That actually looks correct to me - I wonder if

So if you want to do any reauthoring at a later time, you can always do so with a 1:1 image ISO mounted via Virtual CloneDrive, Alcohol 120%, etc. I'm not sure why losing contect that is not in the VIDEO_TS folder is a bad thing? About two weeks today I uploaded the ISO image to the replicators' Aspera site and they told me that same issues existed on that ISO despite shifting the layer break to The layer break which was highlighted by both Imgburn and PgcEdit was in the middle of the play as Jon highlighted.

Problem 3: Problems in Audio When DVD Burnt By DVD-Flick 3 DVDs were burnt by DVD Flick in (.avi) format. The project has got multiple sequences and 7 menus which I let encore transcode them automatically, all dynamically linked from Premiere Pro. The source file is too large to fit on a single layer DVD, or you can use a DL DVD. this contact form Re: Layer break not on cell boundary neil wilkes Mar 17, 2012 7:48 AM (in response to Shadreck Rukweza) How did you set the Layer Break?

The yellow box which was previously flagged in yellow, Do I have to check it or leave it unchecked?I am about to create the ISO now following the save of the leaves some unused space) at the beginning of Layer 0 so that both layers end up having the same size. Problem 9: Repeated Burning Error (File not found) While burning a DVD, it shows a process “File not found” in DVD Flick Version build 738. In this case ImgBurn automatically adds padding (i.e.