bechbech94

HI,
I am new here, i read more subject about that but i can't read the dvd in toshiba player (HD-E1).
I try to burn my HVDVD_TS folder with nero on DVD-VIDEO format or UDF format with Xbox compatibility but, the player said it's not a readable DVD disk.

For the authoring, i use sonic advanced content, and this project is very basic 2 videos play (first HD and second SD) on loop.

If you can, help me...
Thank's lot



Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

Philipp Lamp

Welcome on board!

To burn with nero you 1. have to burn in UDF2.5 (don't know which is used by Xbox compatibility). It is also important to burn the ADV_OBJ folder also because the playlist inside this folde is needed by the player.

If you have Sonic Advanced Content, you surely have Standard Content too, haven't you It's possible to burn Advanced Content DVD-Rs directly out of SACA.





Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

Denny B

Hi,

I¡¯m sorry I do not have the steps in the French version but here are the steps in the English version of Nero Ultimate 7 edition:

1) Open Nero Burning Rom Too.

2) From ¡°New Compilation¡± Window scroll down to DVD-ROM (UDF) and select it.

3) Click on the Multisession tab

4) Click ¡°No Multisession¡±

5) Click on the ¡°UDF¡± Tab

6) In the Options combo box click on Manual settings (advanced users only)

7) In the File System version: combo box click on the UDF 2.5

8) Click New

9) Add your folders. ADV_OBJ and HVDVD_TS

10) Click Burn

We have not yet tried it on your version of the Toshiba player but we have on many others. It should work. Please let us know if it does not.

Good luck!

Denny B






Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

bechbech94

I am use all solutions, I burn with nero on UDF2.6 because i haven't 2.5, and other disc with Scenarist standard content and they doesn't work again.
I think, it's a problem about player version.
Thanks, i go to see a solution on Toshiba website

Jo





Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

Clinic

Also make sure of two more things related to AACS

1) Your DISCID.DAT file sets it's search flag to true (use microsoft tool)

2) The streaming buffer in the Playlist is set to "0"






Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

JasonG

For the moment you get the "poor man's" encryption because UDF 2.5 can be read by the toshiba\360 players but not in most PCs right now. I guess it's something rather than nothing for your test discs.





Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

Clinic

bechbech, you must use UDF 2.5. I am quite possitive that 2.6 will never work.

http://www.emedialive.com/articles/readarticle.aspx articleid=11631#iic






Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

Peter Torr - MSFT

We have not been able to get burnt discs to work in the second-gen Toshiba players; they work fine in the first-gen players and the Xbox, but something is stopping them from working on the E2 / A2. Not sure what.

Note that I've always used UDF 2.01. In Nero 7 Ultra Edition. The settings that seem to matter are:

  • DVD-ROM (UDF)
  • No Multisession
  • Manual UDF settings (Physical partition and 2.01)






Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

JasonG

I will stop at Fry's today and drop some demo discs in an XA-2 machine and see what I get.





Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

JasonG

Last meeting I had at Sonic there was mention of a 3x DVD-R for HD-DVD. Perhaps, this has been implemented and support for our regular burns has been dropped. This 3x DVD-r process was described and supposedly PC burning software is coming. The intention of the 3x DVD-R was to provide a Red-laser 9G solution for us to go to replication and apply AACS without needing 15G discs...so the cost would be the same as DVD replication is today. You can make a great looking HD-DVD on a 9G disc as we all know.

Or, perhaps I am wrong





Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

Peter Torr - MSFT

So apparently you should try UDF 2.5 for the A2 players; I think 2.01 was the only version I got to work in the A1 in the past, but maybe I had other problems at the time.

I haven't confirmed this, but if anyone is working late (or is in another part of the world :-) ) and wants to try out 2.5 on the A1, the A2, and the Xbox and post the results, that would be cool...






Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

Clinic

UDF 2.5 with 4x burn is working on the A1. Haven't been over to Fry's to check on the A2 yet, but this burn works great in the XBOX as well.




Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

JasonG

I just finished some extensive testing on the XA-2 and A-2...Sorry for the delay

No Red Laser Advanced Content. As soon as the player sees a red laser disc it goes into DVD player mode...then it sees that there is no VIDEO_TS folder so it errors out.

We need a developers mode on these players asap...this is not going to work at all if my clients have A-2 or XA-2 players. They all want to see a red laser version first.





Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

Philipp Lamp

Jason, we have 3 Toshiba players in our company. A1, A2(with european firmware), E1.
All three play HD advanced content on DVD-R Single Layer without problems. But none of them take double layer discs. The E1 sometimes even works with DVD-RW SL - depending of the material and overall bitrate.
Perhaps accidentially we use the perfect media for these drives ! I'm back in the office on tuesday so if you want I can tell you what media we use.




Re: HD DVD Interactivity Authoring BURN a HD DVD on DVDR

scott bates

Philipp...

Please do report back on what media you have been using. I have a hunch that it's not the media, but the EU firmware you have manged to be running on the A2 that is allowing you to have playback. But if you have hte magic brand of media that does in fact work, I'm more than happy to seek it out and buy.

Currntly I see the same thing as Jason... I have tried 3 different brands of single layer DVD-R discs (Sony, TDK, Verbatim) and have had perfect results on A1/Xbox, but have had zero playback on the A2. It appears as jason described... that it sees red laser and immediately goes into Standard DVD playback mode.

For reference, I burn all my discs using Power2Go from Cyberlink, formated as UDF 2.5

_scott