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Fix VTS Sectors failed...

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#1 Schwaa11


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Posted 18 January 2010 - 04:22 AM

Well, I burnt one disc fro mthe vtf folder. This one's not working though.

I have the video_ts folder. Inside it I have

vts_01_0 through vts_01_7.vob's

That's the intire disc though, no vts_02 files at all. Yet when I calculate and choose any of the 5 options under create layer break position it gives me that error when I hit OK. (in the 'preparing image' dialog)

I've tried seamless and don't update options but get the same result. It also happens if I 'ignore layer break'.

I searched the forums a bit but haven't found any posts regarding this.



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Posted 18 January 2010 - 10:59 AM

Your source files are incomplete.

Something in VIDEO_TS.IFO says that VTS_02_0.IFO should be present - and obviously it's not... so you need to fix them.

Run that folder through PgcEdit and see what errors it pops up with.
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