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Tom Wolsky
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PostPosted: Mon 22 May 2006, 10:32 Reply with quote

I follow the instructions on this page http://www.mydvdedit.com/viewtutorial.php?t=27f&pg=forum

I mount the disk image to access the VIDEO_TS folder. I open the VIDEO_TS folder from inside myDVDedit and immediately get a warning message that files cannot be saved. I can select the video file and change the aspect ratio, but I cannot test the change, presumably because I cannot save it. The Save function in the File menu is gray out. Can you tell me the way around this problem?

Thanks very much.

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Jerome
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PostPosted: Mon 22 May 2006, 10:44 Reply with quote

Hi Tom.

Yes, it's normal, disk images are read only.
To make any change, you have to copy the disk image content to your hard drive and than edit the copy.

To burn your DVD, use Toast or LiquidCD and there "DVD from VIDEO_TS folder" function.

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PostPosted: Mon 22 May 2006, 10:51 Reply with quote

I copied the disk image contents to a new folder on the desktop. Neither the folder nor it's contents are locked. I opened myDVDedit and then opened the VIDEO_TS folder from the desktop. I still get the warning that the folder or some files are locked and read only. I can again make the changes, but the Save function is still not available.

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PostPosted: Mon 22 May 2006, 10:59 Reply with quote

Yes, I forgot, the readOnly flag is copied too.

Open the Folder information window and deselect the "Read Only" option.
Do the same with all files/sub-folders

I think, this can be done in one shot, but I dont remember how.

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PostPosted: Mon 22 May 2006, 11:06 Reply with quote

That did it.

Thank you Jerome.

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