[QUOTE=RedZone;2564055]Okay the disc is definitely +VR, and finalized.[/QUOTE]
Yeah If they’re on DVD+Rs then they have to be in DVD+VR format.
DVD+VR is fully compatible with the DVD-Video standard and although it has to be structured in a certain way it’s all within the DVD-Video specifications.
So you should be able to see the files in IsoBuster or any other program of your choice, even Windows Explorer.
DVD-VRs are normally the ones that give users problems but DVD+VR discs are readable via a PC as well as on standalone players.
For the record the DVD+VR format uses the standard VIDEO_TS folder along with a VIDEO_RM folder.
For normal DVD playback though all you really need is the VIDEO_TS folder since the VIDEO_RM folder contains data used exclusively by the recorder and is completely ignored by normal DVD players.
If you’re definite that they’re DVD+Rs then perhaps it’s some issue with the WinXP/Mac setup but I’m unfortunately not familiar with Macs at all so I can’t really give any specific advice on this.
Try reading them in a native Windows PC and see if that works.