I do not understand your comments...
end action of the timeline to be "last menu."
What am I supposed to do when the timeline ends?
I want the timeline to return to the menu from where it was chosen
If I or any other Encore user does not set an end action you get an error message in Check Project
Sorry if that was confusing. I think we agree. You want an end action for each timeline, and you want it to be "Return to Last Menu."
From the flowchart, I believed that you were setting explicit end actions (which is okay), and worried that this might be creating a problem if there were any errors. Where you need the end actions to go to a specific place (or to the loop point on a menu, etc), you can't use "return to last." But in your project I thought you could probably use that simple option.
Thanks for the response
Strangely I retried playing the DVD in one of my players and it functioned OK
Tried it in a totally different player and again it ran OK
I have seen posts elsewhere indicating that some players misplay a disc if the menu incorporates motion, I do have a motion background in this DVD so maybe that is the root cause of the problem
Most software players do not perform just like the hardware dvd players. Certainly, simpler projects have a better chance of playing on on both type platforms.
If you did not revise this project (re the overrides, etc), I would make sure I had a build to image or folder to make other copies of the current version of the project (in addition to the current disk). Then I'd modify the project to see if I could keep the good performance on a settop player, and improve the performance on the computer playback.
I usually make an image file and use IMGBURN to make the disc
I have two standalone bluray machines (one player and one recorder) in addition to the writer in the PC and always test out a disc on both machines before I sign it off as complete
All the individual movies work great via the menu select buttons, but as it is only one playlist that caused the problem I'll leave it as is