I'm usually burn BD's using imgburn with no problem at all but lately I had problems with a couple of movies.
I did notice that unlike the usual BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders the first disc also has a file called "disc.inf" next to themand in the AUXDATA folder it has all kind of files under CERTIFICATE such as: "app.discroot.crt", "bu.discroot.crt", "online.crl" and "online.sig".
The second disc has the same "disc.inf" and files under CERTIFICATE but also a foldr called "ANY!" next to "BDMV" and "CERTIFICATE".
Does anyone knows if any of those files can cause the problems?
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The existence of *.inf files, in the ROOT or in other (non-BDMV, non-CERTIFICATE) folders, should not affect burning in the least. And files inside of BDMV and CERTIFICATE should be left alone - they are MEANT to be in there.
I'm pretty sure disc.inf is just some self-documenting descriptor of the whole disc as created by a BD authoring app.