My quick question is: Does ImgBurn change DVD navigation files in any way before burning them to disc?
Using CDCheck, I have found that I continuously get errors in four types of files on DVDs that were built using Adobe DVD Encore. These files are:
I use Adobe DVD Encore for authoring and for building DVD video files (single layer). I then use ImgBurn (or Nero) for burning. I started running my DVDs through CDCheck and am dismayed to find that these same four files provide “compare” errors every time (comparing the files that Encore built on the HD with the files that ImgBurn wrote to disc). FYI, these are discs that have one simple menu with one button, and one video file, which is generally long/large enough to fill most of the DVD. They’re pretty basic DVDs.
I read online that Nero can sometimes add padding of some kind to certain navigation files, which can cause this error, but I did not know ImgBurn did the same thing.
Incidentally, when I use DVD Shrink for backup and Nero/ImgBurn to burn, I do not get any errors in CDCheck. So it seems as if the problem lies with these specific four files that Encore builds, which ImgBurn (and Nero) change somehow during burning.
I have tried various media (TY, Sony), tried two different drives, different project builds, different hard drives…but these same errors come up every time.
Does anyone have any idea what’s going on here? Thanks.