"16 years of alcohol" r1 problem

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#1

I had this happen tp me before with an animated film that had the film in angle 1 and the film again, only in storyboard form, in angle 2. When trying to back up this title, removing angle 2 (the entire film told with storyboards) does not remove it from the encoding. I can remove everything but the film, but when backing it up, the finished product shows the film for a few seconds, then the storyboards for a few seconds, then the film again, etc. I am using the latest versions of CloneDVD2 and Anydvd (2 8 2 1 and 5 1 1 1). Is this a CloneDVD2 problem? Has anybody encountered this problem before?


#2

Do you ever try to AnyDVD v5.1.2.1?


#3

Just did. Exact same problem. I’m guessing the problem lies with the way CloneDVD reads the files when dealing with alternate angles. Like I said, the only other time I had this problem was with an animated film (I just remembered which one: GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES). Even though CloneDVD lets you uncheck the angle that has the storyboards, they get encoded along with the actual film angle.