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DVD@cess link to launch browser.. no success..

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Brian CooneyDVD@cess link to launch browser.. no success..
by on Apr 14, 2009 at 1:19:07 am

I'm tring to launch a url in a browser by creating a link from the primary DVD menu in my DVD Studio Pro 4 project. I'm creating a link to a secondary menu and enabling DVD@cess on the secondary menu. But I am havign no success. The literature I read seems to enable DVDROM viewing and basically links to data stored on the final disc itself. Is it possible to do what I am trying to do? I've researched this topic online as well as in the manual and I'm just hitting a brick wall...

any ideas?

Thanks..


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Michael SacciRe: DVD@cess link to launch browser.. no success..
by on Apr 14, 2009 at 2:35:07 am

Do a search on the forum for DVD@ccess and you will find the recommendation is to NOT use this feature.

If you feel you want to use this feature take a look at page 596 in the manual.

Common fix is to make sure DVD@ccess is enabled in DVDSP's preferences.



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Brian CooneyRe: DVD@cess link to launch browser.. no success..
by on Apr 14, 2009 at 3:16:31 am

thanks Michael. That did it.. I get by your response that it works but is not reliable across the board.

Brian



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Michael SacciRe: DVD@cess link to launch browser.. no success..
by on Apr 14, 2009 at 3:19:47 am

It is to be stayed away from like the plague if you intend any distribution of these disc to a general audience or people that are using Windows.

DVD@ccess is totally unpredictable on WIndows.



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Brian CooneyRe: DVD@cess link to launch browser.. no success..
by on Apr 14, 2009 at 5:18:10 pm

im concerned that on a widescreen TV there will be bands. I'm not sure why changing form progressive to interlaced changed int. But yes I am viewing on DVD player on apple desktop.


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Michael SacciRe: DVD@cess link to launch browser.. no success..
by on Apr 14, 2009 at 7:23:24 pm

did you post this in the wrong thread?



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Brian CooneyRe: DVD@cess link to launch browser.. no success..
by on Apr 15, 2009 at 1:48:49 am

awe maybe so Dang...


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