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    Continue between files

    First I'd like to say a big THANK YOU for this awesome plugin! It has been the most intuitive plugin I've used.

    I burned a DVD the other night with 3 different episodes of a show on it. I noticed that the default was to have 3 different menus (which is fine), but when an episode comes to an end, the DVD takes you back to the menu. The thing I would like to change is when one show ends, I'd like for the next one to begin. Is there a setting in IMGBurn to change this setting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbb View Post
    First I'd like to say a big THANK YOU for this awesome plugin! It has been the most intuitive plugin I've used.

    I burned a DVD the other night with 3 different episodes of a show on it. I noticed that the default was to have 3 different menus (which is fine), but when an episode comes to an end, the DVD takes you back to the menu. The thing I would like to change is when one show ends, I'd like for the next one to begin. Is there a setting in IMGBurn to change this setting?
    Sorry didn't see this message for some reason. No option that I know of in imgburn. The dvd is built via dvdauthor and that's where it would have to change. It's an involved change, but I'll look to see if there could be a way to make this happen easier.
    Maybe there is a way to create a playall.
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    I did come up with a way that seems to work, although I am trying to confirm a couple things on dvdauthor to make sure it will work correctly on various dvd players.
    I'll see if I can release it this week or next
    GBpvr PC: Intel Celeron 1.8 Ghz. 768 Mb WinXp Home Sp2
    Video: Diamond 128 Mb 9550
    Capture Cards: PVR-150 & PVR-150 MCE w/fm + 2x MVP
    Author of: BurnDVDX2 and Skiptool

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    Cool deal. I was thinking about this issue the other day, but I didn't realize it had gone unanswered. Thanks for looking at it.

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