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Erin Bohn
Flagging for CSS in DVD Studio Pro
on Jan 13, 2011 at 9:53:34 pm

We are attempting to flag a DVD for CSS in DVD Studio Pro.

First attempt we simply turned on CSS and set it to no copies. Burned as usual and sent out as a DVD. The replicator said CSS was not detected.

After some googling and the recommendation of others we created a .img and sent it to them on a DVD-R as a file. Again CSS not detected.

They are using an Eclipse. Also apparently there are 2,000 bad sectors on our .img whatever that means.

Am I missing a step? Is there more to it than just turning CSS on in DVD studio pro? I've been researching for the past few hours but can't find anything.


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Michael Sacci
Re: Flagging for CSS in DVD Studio Pro
on Jan 14, 2011 at 12:07:15 am

CSS is worthless if you ask me but if you really want to have it on the disc. When you format set it to ddp 2.0. This will be a single file that you cannot open. Burn this to a disc. The ddp file is what goes on a DLT tape. .IMG files are known to cause a lot of issues.


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Daniel Ludwig
Re: Flagging for CSS in DVD Studio Pro
on Jan 14, 2011 at 3:32:22 am

hi eric,
CSS and copy protection could only be used with DDP/CMF-images and not be burned on DVD-R as michael have told before.

if you are creating a DDP-image you´ll get one or two folders depending if you´re creating a DVD-5 or DVD-9.

these folders called layer0 and layer1.

burn this folder on DVD-R (4.7GB) using toast under data-Disc (DVD ROM), this will burn a UDF-data-disc. don´t try to burn using finder, because it´ll create a HFS-DVD that have the wrong file-system.

allways create a DUB and label the layers properly, so the replication will have no problem.

cheers

danny


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Noah Jensen
Re: Flagging for CSS in DVD Studio Pro
on Feb 24, 2012 at 2:24:17 am

danny, whats a dub?


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Daniel Ludwig
Re: Flagging for CSS in DVD Studio Pro
on Feb 24, 2012 at 5:41:57 am

DUB means duplication of the discs, meaning always give a 2nd set of your disc(s) to the replication-facility, as there could occure read/write-errors on DVD+/-R media.


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