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No valid volume error with IFOEdit

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by F3Speech, Sep 1, 2002.

  1. F3Speech

    F3Speech Guest

    It was working when i pressed play dvd in ifo edit now i get this error 'no valid dvd-video volume could be located'
    How can I fix this error? I assume some value just needs tweeking Ive tryed to re-VTS but it does nothing. also when i click 'no' dont continoue it brings back a massive list of titles it has socalled played that dont even exist.

    PLEASE HELP!
     
  2. kannabis

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    I've read in some forums that if you have a dvd in the drive when you push the play button, the message goes away.

    Give it a shot
     
  3. DOT

    DOT Guest

    Hi FSPEECH,
    thes message appears when ifoedit does not detect an uppercase folder named 'VIDEO_TS'.
    If you want to get rid of this warning, simply create an empty folder VIDEO_TS.
    When you want to burn the DVD later, it is necessary that the movie-files are in such an uppercase folder named 'VIDEO_TS'. That's why ifoedit warns you.
     
  4. kannabis

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    That is not the case with me. All my folders are in uppercase with the proper naming and still the same error
     

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