What are you using to play it back? I have found that some software players do not handle navigation correctly. I find good results with Total Media Theater 5.
Please post a screenshot of your flowchart.
I am using Media Player Classic Home Cinema.
I'll get the screen shot up in a minute.
Flowchart looks okay. Does the media player give you remote options (e.g. to call up the menu)?
I know we have seen issues like this before, but I thnk many of them were testing on software players.
There is a Navigation option that pops up if you right click in the movie that has options for changing the subtitles or going to a specific menu.
There are three different options for subtitles: None, English, and Forced English. It is set to Forced English by default for some reason, but no matter what option I choose, there are no subtitles displayed.
All of the options for the menus (Chapter, Title, Main, Etc.) are all grayed out, so I can't click them.
Date: Sun, 15 Apr 2012 11:26:24 -0600
Re: Problem Making Blu Ray DVD in Encore No Menus or Subtitles
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Flowchart looks okay. Does the media player give you remote options (e.g. to call up the menu)? I know we have seen issues like this before, but I thnk many of them were testing on software players.
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I bought my BD burner and an HD TV just for testing. But I have found that TMT5 works pretty well.
If I were you, I'd try the trial for TMT5. There are always risks for conflicting software so YMMV.
This is upto the player how it handles the navigation commands for the Blu-ray. Try using the TMT or the Cyberlink's PowerDVD software player.
I just downloaded and installed TMT5, and the first play does go to the main menu instead of the timeline like before (I can hear the audio that I put on the main menu).
However, TMT5 freezes and all I hear is the audio. No video at all.
Ok I downloaded Cyberlink PowerDVD, and my subtitles show and my menus work.
Thanks for the help guys.
Excellent! I have not had any problems with TMT5; I had problems with PowerDVD, but I think they were more related to playing folder builds.