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Old 24th March 2003
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can you specify a relative path name in a playlist? whats the snytax for that?
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Default easy with a bsi file

in your playlist you name the path from you cd root:

film/film.avi

then in the bsi :
FName: playlist.bsl
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does it work once burnt?
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The whole combination works great. The Quick Menu even works with my ir remote (only in button mode). The one drawback is the "Close when finished setting" in Bsplayer... it ends up crashing so it doesn't return to the menu after it finishes playing. Other than that it works like a dvd. I can fast forward, skip to the next or previous episdoe. I wish the OSD would display the file name and the "close when finished" gets fixed (which has been mentioned in the bugs forum). I'm going to burn it to dvd-r next so i can enjoy an entire 26 episodes of my favorite anime shows on a single navigatalbe disc. Thanks again for your help.
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just about quick menu builder.
I used it before to create menus for manga episodes. it works ok but the problem is you have to choose a resolution. if you set it in 1024*768 which i used to use , the menu won't show all the menu in a lower resolution and it won't cover all screen in a higher one.
if you know how the fix that problem I would be glad to know about it.
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I'll look into that
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Try this:
http://koti.mbnet.fi/co2/BSCD186eng.exe

It`s made with QMB. There`s also good guide of how to use included.
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