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  • Why is this ? Canopus dvd burner

    Hi
    I have burnt som dvd with canopus dvd burner, but it doesn´t work on all dvd-players, I then burnt the dvd volume with nero, no problem plays everwhere, I use the same DVD-discs, so that is not the problem.....
    Is there som settings I missed with Canopus dvd-burner ?
    Only thing I notice, is that Canopus doesn´t write AUDIO-TS folder, is this correct ?
    Last edited by Ludde; 04-02-2008, 07:35 PM.
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  • #2
    The AUDIO-TS folder is not always needed and in most instances empty anyway.

    I'm pretty sure the Edius DVD software only burns at the fastest burn rate allowed. (by the burner or media) This may not offer the most reliable burns, as Nero does.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Rusty View Post
      The AUDIO-TS folder is not always needed and in most instances empty anyway..

      It's always empty for DVD video, unless you make a DVD Audio or hybrid disc. However, it is required for some players, I've seen it first hand, a project works with Audio_TS folder, remove it and it doesn't play. Hence I always use it or use Nero which always adds it.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Rusty View Post
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        I'm pretty sure the Edius DVD software only burns at the fastest burn rate allowed. (by the burner or media) This may not offer the most reliable burns, as Nero does.
        Wrong, I burn directly from edius all the time with no problems at all...What I do is untick all the options, and set everything to what I know works best with most DVD burners.....My maximum is always 7000, never above that, as a lot of DVD players dont handle that high a bitrate..........I work sometimes 40000 min...60000 max, but on short jobs, I use 70000.I never let any program decide for me what I should do....I play around, waste a few DVDs, and find the most useful settings...Also, when the settings come up, I change my burn speed to x6...I seldom go higher than x6....if it is not important, and is for my own usage, I would use x8...never higher....I dont mind what others do, I know that a slow burn speed gives a better result.




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        • #5
          Then maybe a feature request ?, write the AUDIO-TS folder with canopus dvd burner, more compliant that way ?
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          • #6
            IF you tick the box that just creates the files and use Nero to burn, Edius DVD Creator actual then provides Audio-ts,Video-ts and a MPEG output files as well. Then burn with Nero and have a lot more control. Or even take the MPEG file into another authoring program if you want!!!!

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            • #7
              It would be a god thing if the AUDIO-TS folder would be writhen on the disk so you do not need to worry bout if your costumer can play it or not, it is nice to export demos direct to disks from the timeline, it saves time.

              Finelised dvd´s i use an other DVD ap.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by shueardm View Post
                It's always empty for DVD video, unless you make a DVD Audio or hybrid disc. However, it is required for some players, I've seen it first hand, a project works with Audio_TS folder, remove it and it doesn't play. Hence I always use it or use Nero which always adds it.

                I didn't know the audio_TS folder is needed. I've been burning hundreds of dvds for many years without the audio folder and have not had a complaint about not being able to play the dvd in a player. When I duplicate a dvd, I simply copy and burn the Video_TS folder and nothing else. At what point is the Audio folder required?

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