Resume Menu with the last frame of the movie

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rickemail
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Re: Resume Menu with the last frame of the movie

Post by rickemail »

It worked that way, could you tell me if everything is really correct? tks

Project properties [Menu] = Allow pause/play


1- Mainmenu = Action Every Second
manager.setGPR(10, 1);


2-Menu Resume = Action Every Second
if (canExec && (manager.getGPR(10)==1)) {
canExec = false;
manager.setGPR(10, 0);
manager.pauseMovie();
}


3- On JAR startup Switch
If [CanDiscResume] [MA]: [set]: GPR[10] = 1; Menu: Menu Resume [YES]


4- Button Yes Menu Resume
Menu: mainMenu [mm play]; [play]


5- Button NO Menu Resume
[MA]: Movie:Warning[1]; [play]

Alexey Kolesnikov
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Re: Resume Menu with the last frame of the movie

Post by Alexey Kolesnikov »

1- Mainmenu = Action Every Second
manager.setGPR(10, 1);
Here you are setting GPR[10] to 1 every second - why? what is a purpose of this?
Best regards,
Alexey Kolesnikov

rickemail
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Re: Resume Menu with the last frame of the movie

Post by rickemail »

It's true, I removed the gpr from Action Every Second, it's perfect, my bds license expires next month,It is possible to pay in installments via credit card?

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Re: Resume Menu with the last frame of the movie

Post by Alexey Kolesnikov »

Yes, you need to request "Extra access to updates" here https://dvd-logic.com/blu_disc_studio/order, it accepts credit cards.

Regarding the point 3. CanDiscResume checks that disc was inserted before, but it does not check that main movie was played (or finished).
If you need to check for ability to resume the movie you should use CanResume('Movie Name')
Best regards,
Alexey Kolesnikov

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