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    I finally managed to get imgburn to create a disc that would work in my Samsung DVD player, from an ISO that was made with avs to DVD. The only problem now is that the fast forward and chapter skip buttons won't work on this disc, can anyone help me figure out why?
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    Post the AVStoDVD log
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    How do I obtain the avs to dvd log?
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    AVStoDVD always writes the log in the same folder that the output is created in
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    Here it is
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    I don't see anything out of the ordinary, the chapters are created as you would expect, every five minutes or so.

    Are you able to skip to the next chapter if you play it on the PC?
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    Yes, I'm able to skip the chapters on my pc
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    Originally Posted by DaneClark View Post
    Yes, I'm able to skip the chapters on my pc
    Does it FF or chapter skip on other disks?

    I have a Samsung DVD player myself, and assuming the disk was encoded and authored correctly,
    it behaves as you would expect.

    If the burn was marginal for what ever reason (poor media for example) you would most likely get more general
    evidence of read errors, such as slow loading, occasional sound/vision corruption, etc,etc.

    Perhaps some others may comment on this
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    Ok, I just tried a retail DVD that I've had for 10 years and have watched hundreds of times, and can now confirm that the problem is with my DVD player, not with the disc. The discs I made came out absolutely perfect, no glitches or slow load times or anything
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    We've all been there. Remember what they say about assume?
    It make an ASS out of U and ME
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