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now the director mx 2004 can insert DVD content. but use insert / media element / dvd could only import DVD from DVD-ROM. how if i want to import DVD files from my hard disc?...

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    Default how to import DVD content in hard disc?

    now the director mx 2004 can insert DVD content.
    but use insert / media element / dvd could only import DVD from DVD-ROM.
    how if i want to import DVD files from my hard disc?
    emicky Guest

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    Default Re: how to import DVD content in hard disc?

    I have been wondering this same thing.
    I read that you could import from the hard drive - but it doesn't explain how.
    The doentation is really lame on all of the new features.
    ed_f Guest

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    Default Re: how to import DVD content in hard disc?

    ???
    help!
    emicky Guest

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    Default Re: how to import DVD content in hard disc?

    My computer don't have DVD Drive ..and i use a little of DVD file in my hard
    drive
    Example 1
    I create my hard drive to 3 partition ...Drive C,Drive D,Drive E
    and Drive E ...i Change it to new name ...from Drive E to DVD Drive ...
    i put my Video_ts and Audio_TS in this drive ..
    when i use DVD event manager...Wow wow wow it work very good

    Example 2
    I use compack flash 1GB ...store my DVD file
    i use with USB port ....when it show Drive ...i change it to new name as DVD
    Drive
    It work very good..
    excuse me i can speak English a little bit but i like Director....and love you

    rongscd Guest

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    Default Re: how to import DVD content in hard disc?

    yea, it does work !
    thank you!

    but the only way is that putting DVD movies (including AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS)
    to the root folder of one disc drive. if i have many DVD movies, how??? put
    each one to a different disc drive's root folder?
    why NOT director mx 2004 locating the DVD movies in any folders? but only the
    root folder of disc drive?

    how?


    emicky Guest

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    Default Re: how to import DVD content in hard disc?

    > but the only way is that putting DVD movies (including AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS)
    > to the root folder of one disc drive. if i have many DVD movies, how???
    Rename the folders as required and rename them back when finished.

    Andrew

    Andrew Morton Guest

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    Default Re: how to import DVD content in hard disc?

    Hi guys,

    Please refer to the TechNote below for information on how Director can play
    DVD videos from the hard drive or from a specific path/location:

    "Playing DVDs from a specific path or folder"
    [url]http://www.macromedia.com/go/19277[/url]

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Gren Foronda
    Macromedia Technical Support

    For more support options, please visit:
    [url]http://www.macromedia.com/support[/url]

    Gren Foronda Guest

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    Default Re: how to import DVD content in hard disc?

    yeah!
    Thank You!
    emicky Guest

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    Default Re: how to import DVD content in hard disc?

    but why different between list view mode and graphical view mode?

    the the folder property is not visible at graphival view mode !!! or i can solve this question earlier!
    :(
    after all, thanks!
    emicky Guest

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