When I start burning DVD-Video it would be nice if there was an abort on error function. I meen this msg pops up
"warning BUP/IFO of Video Title Set #2046132 are missing or not equal. The resulting DVD may not work."
Right about here I would like to cancel this whole operation, cause by now, I know there might be problems playing the movie later. BUT It just gets right on burning, destroying my DVD+R, with data, it has allready told me is useless
Please tell me it isen't needed to use Ahead Nero, to check if the movie is OK, before getting back to burning it with CopyToDVD!
This does not happend a lot for me, but when it does, I don't see why not to have this "abort on error option". Kind of a money saver!.
Example, read from bottom and up!
Start Write Buffer
Write speed x2,0
Buffer under-run proof enabled
Open Image file "D:\VIDEO_TS\COPYTODVD_07062003_201034_922.cache"
Finished browsing files - Data size 4,01 Gb.
warning BUP/IFO of Video Title Set #2046132 are missing or not equal. The resulting DVD may not work.
Start Browsing file structures
Checking Access layer availability
Using DVD Video creation mode.
Title : CopyToDVD
ExeName : "C:\Programmer\vso\CopyToDVD\copytocd.exe"
OS : Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 1 (Build 2600)