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Aaron Brandt
DVD Architect 5
on Sep 18, 2010 at 7:19:48 pm

Hey all!
Just a quick question... how do I go about making a disc that will resume if I hit the stop button? I have DVD Architect Pro 5 and can't select the resume button under the remote buttons thing for the main heart of the project, and the disc won't resume even with disc resume set to on in the DVD player's settings menus.
Is there some switch in Architect that has to be set to on or some other way to set it being that for whatever reason, the resume that is listed in the remote buttons dialog box is greyed out?
Because for the project I'm working on, it would be nice to have that enabled for at least the main project, if not the entire disc.

Thanks for any help in advance,
Aaron B.


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Dave Lozinski
Re: DVD Architect 5
on Oct 18, 2010 at 12:18:48 am

Since this post is kinda old, I'm going to throw out a basic question... have you tried reading the manual if you're still having issues with this?

http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/download/manuals/dvdarchitectpro

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Aaron Brandt
Re: DVD Architect 5
on Oct 18, 2010 at 11:45:11 am

Almost forgot about this... I did get it working. It just took a couple patient reinstalls and uninstalls and reboots to get it working.
Though now, DVD Architect won't burn a disc that resumes (I have a Sony 5-disc DVD changer that has multi-disc resume). The Resume button in Media Properties is grayed out and I can't find any option anywhere else that would even maybe be related to that.
Other than that, I got my project done about as perfectly as can be expected for a first-timer. Took quite a while to render in Vegas (1hr 50min video took 22hrs to render in 720p with the audio rendered as 224kbps AC3 Stereo, three audio tracks rendered separately), then about three hours of transcoding in DVD Architect.
If the band approves it, I might upload it to YouTube and I'll post back with a link to it so you can see what took 6 months of clicking and dragging and previewing and tinkering.
Vegas took quite a bit of learning and reading help files compared to what I was used to (Cyberlink's PowerDirector), but the end result is much more refined and the interface is much more flexible.
Thanks for the help!


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Dave Lozinski
Re: DVD Architect 5
on Oct 18, 2010 at 11:46:50 pm

Glad you got this working.

I totally agree with you regarding Power Directory. That's the last program I used before switching to Vegas too. :-)

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