In detail explain exactly what you mean by your statement â€œIt is all running very fastâ€.
Strongly suggest viewing the AnyDVD-CloneDVD User Tutorial, which provides detailed information on how to correctly use the AnyDVD-CloneDVD software combination (http://forum.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?threadid=72022). Also it should be noted that by left clicking on the â€œHelpâ€ Icon located on the top right hand corner of the CloneDVD tile bar an extremely detail CloneDVD User Manual is displayed.
To prevent your â€œI wasted about ten DVDs trying to make it workâ€ problem go to the CloneDVD â€œOutput Methodâ€ page and select the output method to be â€œDVD Filesâ€ which will write the â€œbackup copyâ€ DVD Files to your Hard Drive instead of writing/recording the files to blank DVD Media in your DVD Burner. Then using a software player similar to PowerDVD or WinDVD navigate to the â€œDVD Filesâ€ located on your hard drive and attempt to play the backup cop DVD Files to ensure your â€œbackup copyâ€ DVD Files is correctly authored. When you finally have â€œbackup copyâ€ DVD Files that play correctly then using the CloneDVD â€œWrite Existing Dataâ€ function record these DVD Files to blank DVD Media in your DVD Burner. This procedure will prevent you form needlessly wasting blank DVD Media.
Using CloneDVD a properly â€˜Burnedâ€ DVD will have an AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS folder. The VIDEO_TS folder will contain .BUP, .IFO and .VOB files. The AUDIO_TS folder will usually be empty and not contain any files. Please describe exactly what Files/Folders appear on the DVD that is causing you your problems.
In CloneDVD when selecting the â€œDataâ€ to process have you ensure that you have selected the VIDEO_TS folder of the Commercial DVD Title? From the limited information you have provide it appears that possibly you have incorrectly selected the AUDIO_TS folder instead of correctly selecting the VIDEO_TS folder.