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Old 10 Feb 2007, 11:05 AM   #1
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Default mis-recognize? seamles or not

There seems to be some case that ImgBurn shows as non-seamless which is seamless (confirming by PgcEdit).
In the figure, is is VTSM_13, PCC_18, cell_2, V/C-ID=3/2.
(In similar case of VTSM, ImgBurn seems to show as seamless. (not shown in this Figure))
Is it my misunderstanding?, or bug? or has any reason?


And may I ask a question?
Sector 662837 is shown in 2 kinds, one is "VTSM_13, PCC_1, cell_, V/C-ID=1/1", anothe is "VTS_13_0.VOB, N/A".
What does it mean?
(I also feel strange VTS_12, which is shown "N/A", inspite that it has several cells.)

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Old 10 Feb 2007, 12:42 PM   #2
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Hello again jinjin_jp

The first one (in red and blue) does appear incorrect.

The second one (in brown) looks like it is a repeat.

I am sure LUK! will see this and answer.

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@blutach, thanks for the reply.
What does "repeat" mean? If "VTSM_13, PCC_1, cell_1, V/C-ID=1/1" means LB is setted before cell_1, and "VTS_13_0.VOB, N/A" means LB is setted before file itself, so these mean same thing ?
And time of the cell is shown as 00:00:00 is also strange. (It seems to not be 0)

But why ImgBurn doesn't show cell as LB about VTS_12? PgcEdit shows like below.


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Where it shows a file name in the list (rather than just 'VTS_XX') it means LB will be just before the start of that file.

I honestly don't know why number 12 isn't showing up!

You'd have to load ImgBurn, press F6, 'Calculate' the build you're doing and then upload the log as a text file.

The log will contain a lot more info about what's going on (debug stuff that I will find useful). It'll tell me if cells in VTS_12 are being found at all, and then if they are, why they're then being removed!

I know the reason for the seamless / not seamless thing. The code for VTSM stuff was incomplete - I'm fixing that right now. Thank you for pointing this out to me!
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Old 11 Feb 2007, 12:06 PM   #5
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@LIGHTNING UK! thanks for the reply.
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Where it shows a file name in the list (rather than just 'VTS_XX') it means LB will be just before the start of that file.
I understand. It means we may select either (start of that file and cell 1)?

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I honestly don't know why number 12 isn't showing up!
You'd have to load ImgBurn, press F6, 'Calculate' the build you're doing and then upload the log as a text file.
The log will contain a lot more info about what's going on (debug stuff that I will find useful). It'll tell me if cells in VTS_12 are being found at all, and then if they are, why they're then being removed!
I tryed F6, but the it seems not to show any added information. Should I look at other part?
Code:
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 628038 (VTS_10_0.BUP, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1454698)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 628050 (VTS_11_0.IFO, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1454670)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 628058 (VTS_11_0.VOB, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1454662)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 628062 (VTS_11_1.VOB, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1454658)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 628379 (VTS_11_0.BUP, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1454021)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 628387 (VTS_12_0.IFO, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1453997)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 628395 (VTS_12_0.VOB, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1453989)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 628399 (VTS_12_1.VOB, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1453985)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 662777 (VTS_12_0.BUP, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1385223)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 662785 (VTS_13_0.IFO, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1385215)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 662837 (VTS_13_0.VOB, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1385099)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 788177 (VTS_13_1.VOB, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1134431)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 662837 (VTS_13, PGC: 1, Cell: 1, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1385099)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 663304 (VTS_13, PGC: 2, Cell: 1, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1384168)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 663491 (VTS_13, PGC: 18, Cell: 1, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1383789)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 674217 (VTS_13, PGC: 18, Cell: 2, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1362343)
D 23:31:45 Potential Layer Break Position! - LBA: 683026 (VTS_13, PGC: 18, Cell: 3, VIDEO_TS Padding: 1344718)
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I know the reason for the seamless / not seamless thing. The code for VTSM stuff was incomplete - I'm fixing that right now. Thank you for pointing this out to me!
Thanks very much.

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All those entries are what I was expecting to see - but there should be a lot more of them.

If you could just save the entire log as a file and either upload it or email it to me then that would be great
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Here is entire log.

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Thanks, I've got the log and have PM'd you with more details.
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