First, I'm a new user of Discwelder Chrome II, so please have patience with me for a few days. And, thanks to Neil who really helped me get started with this program.
I have successfully created a DVD-Audio layer with a custom menu, background photo, track photos (multiple on some tracks) and 48/24 5.1-channel PCM audio. So, I'm very pleased with the DVD-Audio results.
Then I tried to include a mirrored DVD-Video track. Using my original Chrome II files, I succeeding in creating a DVD-Video "layer" that can only play through the entire album. If you try to pause, skip forward, skip backwards or hit the menu, all three players I've tried hang. The other interesting thing is that when the disc "plays through", only the first still image can be seen. If you skip forward, the screen goes blank, audio stops after about 10 seconds and then the whole thing stops playing.
I created the DVD-Audio using TrackPoints. So I thought this might be a problem for the DVD-Video mirroring. I then created an alternate track listing by manually dividing the tracks and sure enough that seems to work much better. The only thing consistently not working is the skip forward button (skip backwards works) but I'm still looking at that. But, the menu works great and everything plays normally.
Should I assume that I cannot use TrackPoints if I want to have mirrored DVD-Video output? Would a disc made up of TrackPoints for DVD-A and then manually divided tracks for DVD-V be possible storing the DVD-V version first and then adding to a DVD-A compilation?
Thanks again for helping the newbie (although not a newbie in the forum).