No. I am saying I have an authored DVD that is PAL and contains a single title that comprises 5 chapters. Since I didn't do the authoring, I can't explain how the 5th chapter was added to the previous 4 chapters.
I play the DVD using PowerDVD or a stand alone player and it plays ONE TITLE with FIVE CHAPTERS and it sees approximately 41 minutes of video, as it should be. If I demux the same DVD using DVD-LAB it sees all the video but the demuxed MPEG has the wrong time length. Its all there. All I had to do is rewrite the timecode for the demuxed MPEG and reauthor a fixed PAL DVD so I can input into CXD.
If I don't use DVD-LAB to fix timecode, and just input the DVD as-is into CXD, it creates a screwed up DVD that is converted to NTSC but the 5th chapter has bad audio sync problems. IN ADDITION, when Power DVD sees the converted DVD it sees only the first 4 chapters and 32:58. When it plays past the 4th chapter it sees the 5th chapter as 8:24. Its as though the converted DVD was two titles but its not, its one title and the incongruous timecode is causing things to be screwed up.
If I first preprocess through DVD-LAB to fix the time code and re-write a PAL DVD and then use THAT as input to CXD, then it sees all 5 chapters and converts properly.
Clearly, CXD should be diligent at fixing disparate timecode incongruity before converting a title.