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Can't read in my DVD player

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Hello,

First CDBurner is very good. Thanks a lot.

I have a problem.

I take a DVD => DVD decrypter + DVD Shrink.

I burn with CDBurner and when i want to watch it in ma dvd player (TV), it don't find the disk.

When i look on the PC, I find the fichier but it don't want to read with windows media player also.

What's wrong ?

Thanks.

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Do you have right movie DVD structure (VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS directories)? If not, try create them in Shrink output and then burn it with CDBXPP. Maybe before burning them onto DVD disc, try create DVD. iso image (also with CDBXPP) and play it with some virtual drive, and if it works, burn the image onto the DVD disc. I tried it with creating DVD .iso image in CD B XP Pro, and in virtual DVD drive (Daemon Tools) it plays fine.

buk

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Guest Bripo

Thanks Buk

I have right movie DVD structure .

How to play it with some virtual drive, after burn on DVD ?

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NO, NO, creating dvd.iso image is something like "transcoding" your movie DVD directories VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS into real data structure, as is laid on real DVD, but the image is stil just file (with .iso ending) on your hard disc. Having instaled Demon tools (or other else virtual drive) your comp will think, that you added a new physical drive and having created .iso image you only need add the image to virtual drive (e.g. through Daemon Tools ikon there is somethink like "mount .iso image into drive") and your comp will think, that you inserted a new real disc). Than you can start you media player in computer. In the player you chose the drive into you inserted the image (you will see new DVD drive with DVD disc in it. Now you can play the virtual disc in your computer player, with all functions of DVD (menu, chapters....)..

Creating .iso images is one of functions directly in CDBXPP, if i remember it is in the first menu from left side "create .iso image".

Think it helps you.

buk

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