Save Burn Project
Great plugin, searched and can't find if it is possible to save a recording session (as in save project). Be pretty handy for me and I imagine others as sometimes I don't finish cutting and polishing or after burning (perhaps few days, weeks), I want to change something about the recording. Also a dvd may become damaged and I'de rather not go through the work twice. Perhaps save the structure and edl's to a text file with the possibility to reload (open) it later. Please let me know if I am more braindead than normal and just overlooked something. Also keep up the great work, been playin for a while and haven't had a need to post, appologize for no intro or hello in the past, keep up the great work and the past answers got me through, bit painful chasing a working config. Let me know if I can help somehow, I barely know english and can't even copy code but if there is something I can do let me know.
Not sure how much help it is to save a project but the next time I do some work on the code, I'll take a look at it.
Originally Posted by Concreteseller
GBpvr PC: Intel Celeron 1.8 Ghz. 768 Mb WinXp Home Sp2
Video: Diamond 128 Mb 9550
Capture Cards: PVR-150 & PVR-150 MCE w/fm + 2x MVP
Author of: BurnDVDX2 and Skiptool
If I was the only one wanting this I would say don't bother. Surely there must be someone else who would want this.
Originally Posted by pastro
Thought is: create a dvd, realize there is a problem after burning reload the project and fix it. If I just saved the build parameters I wouldn't need to save the video files in 2 locations and could rebuild it at any time - so long as the original files were still in the same place. Saving the info may be the easy part, rebuilding that info may be more dificult.
If nobody else is intersted taint no thang. Perhaps those interested in this type of functionality would like to chime in. Suprised it has never been brought up before.
Keep up the great work, thanks for your help.
Chime from me...there have definitely been times it would have been great to have been able to go back into a project and make a small change or fix...
I've dealt of course, but since this was out there i figured i'd chime in