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Cant find mds file in the new 2.7 version of the Star wars.

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So i downloaded the new 2.7 AVCHD version of the Star Wars and tried to burn it. I noticed that there werent any mds file in the folders. In the old 2.5 AVCHD version had the mds file in the folders. So then i tried this solution http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/burn_avchd_with_imgburn.cfm but again i ran into a problem. The guide says i need BDMV folder what i have and CERTIFICATE which i cant find.

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You can create a new folder named CERTIFICATE, it can be empty, as it was before.
Then use Image burn to create the .ISO & .MDS files. The CERTIFICATE folder has
no purpose in these projects but some Apps & players expect it to be there.
If I remember correctly 2.6 had the same issue and this is what I did.

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Yes, I made these and I don’t actually burn AVCHD or DVD9s at all. So, while I could have probably made an mds, my understanding is that the purpose is to make the layer break location. And that’s not something I’d actually be able to test out, so there wouldn’t have been much benefit of me doing that step. Imgburn usually gives several options and estimates of whether they’re more or less ideal.

And indeed, the Certificate folder is just empty. Sometimes torrent clients don’t actually host completely empty folders, and things like this get lost along the way. Not terribly important, but you can make a new empty folder if it gives you trouble.

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Faithwyn said:

You can create a new folder named CERTIFICATE, it can be empty, as it was before.
Then use Image burn to create the .ISO & .MDS files. The CERTIFICATE folder has
no purpose in these projects but some Apps & players expect it to be there.
If I remember correctly 2.6 had the same issue and this is what I did.

THANK YOU SO MUCH! For the help.

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Faithwyn said:

You can create a new folder named CERTIFICATE, it can be empty, as it was before.
Then use Image burn to create the .ISO & .MDS files. The CERTIFICATE folder has
no purpose in these projects but some Apps & players expect it to be there.
If I remember correctly 2.6 had the same issue and this is what I did.

This was excellent help! I’m new to this and this was exactly what I needed.

Your assistance was VERY MUCH appreciated!

Well my days of not taking you seriously are certainly coming to a middle.

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Ninjastarjedi said:

Faithwyn said:

You can create a new folder named CERTIFICATE, it can be empty, as it was before.
Then use Image burn to create the .ISO & .MDS files. The CERTIFICATE folder has
no purpose in these projects but some Apps & players expect it to be there.
If I remember correctly 2.6 had the same issue and this is what I did.

THANK YOU SO MUCH! For the help.

Did you create certificate folder then make mds file like he said? or did you create folder then follow guide you linked? trying this myself and don’t want to waste more disks. Which one did you do so I can try? thanks

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dude98ish said:

Ninjastarjedi said:

Faithwyn said:

You can create a new folder named CERTIFICATE, it can be empty, as it was before.
Then use Image burn to create the .ISO & .MDS files. The CERTIFICATE folder has
no purpose in these projects but some Apps & players expect it to be there.
If I remember correctly 2.6 had the same issue and this is what I did.

THANK YOU SO MUCH! For the help.

Did you create certificate folder then make mds file like he said? or did you create folder then follow guide you linked? trying this myself and don’t want to waste more disks. Which one did you do so I can try? thanks

I did the way that i just created certificate folder and then i made the mds file, hope it works for you 😃

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