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Old 7 Mar 2002, 10:36 AM   #1
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Default DVD-R on Creative DX2 decoder wont play !!

I have been using my Pioneer A03 for the last couple of weeks, and have successfully made discs that playback fine on my PC software and my standalone player. All seemed well

I then decided to use the PC with a creative labs DX2 card (under XP) which plays pressed DVDs very well. Problem! The DVD-R disc isnt recognised as a DVD disc by the decoder card and blatently refuses to autoplay the disc.

I am able to select VOB files to play, and they playback fine. However, it only plays individual files - and not the film. The menu options dont even show up - but simply play like a slide show film. Like I said - they play fine on everything else - menus et-al.

Is it something I am doing wrong in the authoring process?

I currently complile using SPruceUp, and burn using Nero. Disc type I select is UDF/ISO. Maybe something to do with that choice?

Whatever it is, its extremely annoying!

Anyone have any ideas or explanation as to why the CLabs card doesnt recognise my DVD-Rs as proper DVD films - when everything else does!

Cheers

Les
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