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Old 31 May 2007, 07:54 AM   #61
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Don't mind me for my selfish trial.
Don't mind at all -- Thats How TW was born
(And I got very tired of having to tinker each and every DVD or look at everything just to get what I wanted)
(you should have seen the first guides for adding DVD_TEXT Oui)



But Oh My You are really pushing things.
352 x 240 I have never even seen a DVD at that res.

Okay I'll Play

1. Do you mean PgcEditPreview? If so nothing I can do about it. I just feed the kitty, Take the bitmap (draw some rectangles) and shove it on the screen

2. I'd have to have the ifo's to have any idea as to what is what. Look in your PM. I've never used Muxman
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Old 31 May 2007, 09:30 AM   #62
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Thanks for your comments.
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Do you mean PgcEditPreview?
Oops. I mistook. It's PgcEditPreview.
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Old 3 Jun 2007, 02:03 AM   #63
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Uploaded TestBed6_2
Added To Fix Vts Sectors VTS_PGCITI Fixes,VMG_PTT_SRPT
Added support in Make Menu Root for up to 5 ttn's as "Extras" (Simple Play Links)
(Note: If behavior problems are noted -- Check source Pre-TW to see if behavior is there before contacting me)
(I created the test multi ttn with Recode -- odd behavior on exit of last ttn last Vts (Showtime played it fine, M_player was funky, Windows Media Player was interesting)
Same behavior was noted for PreTW Add Menu and Post TW add Menu
Got a feeling the "Merge" in Recode is buggy in my ver. 2.2.6.17
Bunchs of little Tweaks and Fixes
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Old 3 Jun 2007, 01:51 PM   #64
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Thanks for TestBed6_2.
Thanks for new feature; support multi TTN, create "Extras" buttons.
It works fine.

There is difference between player's behavior. (I tested with 1 VTS, 5 Titles)
*PowerDVD, WinDVD, JetAudioPlayer,MediaPlayerClassic, WindowsMediaPlayer: It seems to play fine on exit from Extras. (I think it returns to RootMenu.)
*But only NeroShowTime seems to be problematic. It remains black screen after played extras. It is not fixed by processing FixVTS. I suppose it is bug of NeroShowTime?

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Old 3 Jun 2007, 05:01 PM   #65
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Heres a question --what did you use to create the multi ttn dvd

(I used Neros Recode to "Merge" and create test ttn's)
Here its exactly the opposite Showtime plays fine -- All others buggy on last ttn exit.

So I'm guessing the "Merge" of Nero is buggy and they Hard coded/and or ignored something in their Player to make compiliations "Play" properly. (I haven't dug into their vobs)

Another reason to stay away from Nero I guess.
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Old 3 Jun 2007, 05:30 PM   #66
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Indeed

You can use PgcEdit or DVD Remake Pro to make test DVDs with as many TTNs as you like.

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Uploaded testbed 6_3
Couple of tweaks
-- Checkbox -- Create Extras links
-- Fix??? for showtime Playback bug
-- Tweaked -- Layout of Extras Buttons (Centered to Root menu screen)
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I created the multi ttn dvd by NeroRecode 2.2.6.17.

The problem is fixed by processing through DvdReMakePro. NeroShowTime plays correctly.
The reason seems to be in TW output.
When DRM import TW's output, it indicate the problem in LOG.
It shows "Last program points to cell with 0 index. Ignore."
I can't understand what it means, but it seems to be the reason.
It is also shown after processing through VobBlanker and FixVTS.
But it is not shown before processing by TW (Recode's output)

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Old 3 Jun 2007, 08:37 PM   #69
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I confirmed testbed 6_3.

NeroShowTime can't replay from first. PowerDVD has no problem.
DvdReMakePro indicated another problem in LOG; "Program 1 points to non nonexistent cell (0). Ignore rest of the programs."
It seems to be the reason.

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Old 3 Jun 2007, 09:26 PM   #70
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About the problem of testbed 6_3.

It seems to be because of not having PTT and program.
Below is PgcEdit's shot.


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It can be fixed by correcting PTT and program with PgcEdit.
DvdReMake doesn't indicate problem.
NeroShowTime plays correctly.

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Uploaded 6_3_2
Damn that was a Silly one
I should have spotted that right off the bat - Tired/Punchy I guess
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Thanks for Uploaded 6_3_2.
It works well in players; NeroShowTime, PowerDVD, WinDVD, JetAudioPlayer,MediaPlayerClassic and WindowsMediaPlayer. It plays fine on exit from every Extras (returns to RootMenu).
DvdReMake doesn't indicate problem.

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Old 4 Jun 2007, 06:15 AM   #73
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Hmm MS Windows MediaPlayer Seems to have a problem at my end (Seek Bar) all others your list+KMPlayer work fine at my end.

So does a burned test in my pioneer Jukebox (That Juke will eat anything) and in a couple other different brands of players

Nothing reports errors (though I don't have an advanced verifier)
And the tables look pristine.
I'll tinker a bit and see if I can spot the MS Windows Foible (the seek works Pre Tw but the Now playing shows nothing either Pre or Post TW on a recode multi ttn)
So now I'm in search of the Fuzzy -- Recode, Tw, or MS Media Player or a combination of all three.
I've made so many changes to Import Menu system to make Multi ttn work that nothing from before is really relevant

What Ver MS Windows Media Player do you have.

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Edit Weird Now MS Windows Media Player seek doesn't work for compiliations straight out of recode.
I think I'll live with it Recode +MS Windows foible -- wait a few day and if no more bugs show up toss out a Release

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Seek bar would indicate a bad time map (or PUO set) - don't think TW affects this. WMP is not a good testing software.

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Ver of MS Windows Media Player which I use is 10.00.00.4036. I've not uodated for long time.
It seems not to have the problem about seek. But I confirmed about HDD, not burned dvd.

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I confirmed about burned DVD. It seems not to have the problem about seek.

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