I am trying to use WinProducer to produce SVCD or VCD video clips or movies. If I burn the movie directly on the CD there is no problem I can play it on the DVD player and it has really good quality. But if I choose the option to store it on hard disk so that I can burn it later on CD then there is a big problem. Because in that case the DVD rejects the CD. I examined the two CDs. They have identical contents. Physically though the valid CD has an additional track of 6 seconds. I tried various techniques using NERO, VCDEasy and other similar packages to sort out the problem. Also the issue has been sent to Intervideo and numerous other forums with no tangible result. I am wondering is there noone else in the world who uses WinProducer and has a similar problem. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
This may or may not help, get the CD that plays right, put it back in the burner/rom and copy content to your desktop and burn it with nero to see if it works that way, if it does it is probably a setting or a bug within the software itself.
Thanks for the suggestion. I tried it. I copied the two folders which are on the good CD to the desktop. Then using NERO I burned them on a new CD. This new CD does not work. Then I produced an image from the good CD onto the desktop and burned this image via NERO onto another new CD and this one works. My conclusion is that WinProducer adds a small track to the content folders when it burns the CD and this track makes the CD recognizable to the DVD player. But when NERO gets these content folders, it does not or can not add this track and the result is the CD is rejected by the DVD player. In fact in the last couple of days I did a series of similar tests and repeatedly I saw a short additional track of 6 seconds on the good CDs. Of course it is not possible to see what this track contains. To summarize unfortunately I am trying to debug WinProducer 3 to get it to work, whereas the help desk of the software vendor prefers to ignore the complaints. In any case any further suggestions will be sincerely welcome.