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    I'll try to remember to do that. I've spent quite a bit of time in the last two days trying to get my Logitech 950 remote to play nice with my A/V setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slydude View Post
    I'll try to remember to do that. I've spent quite a bit of time in the last two days trying to get my Logitech 950 remote to play nice with my A/V setup.

    Post your specs and problems and I'm assuming you're using your Mac with their Logitech Harmony Remote Software.

    I ran into some configuration problems with our old Logitech Harmony 520 remote many years ago now, mainly due to their instructions being incorrect for some of our Yamaha audio stuff and the settings.

    PS: It's still working nicely thanks.

    BTW: Did you know the original Harmony devices and concept was developed by a Canadian firm working out of Toronto and they sold out to Logitech???




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    I think I had one of those 500 series remotes a few years ago. The remote worked well but I just couldn't do what I needed to with the Sony receiver at the time. There weren't enough surround sound keys to work well. Seems like you had to keep adjusting the settings for each type of progrsm. I did not know they were originally done by a Canadian form. By the time I got mine Logitech had taken things over.

    My current problewm is that even if I am only a foot or so from the receiver (Yamaha RX-V667) it doesn't seem to respond to any commands. I'm setting this up mainly for my wife. I need it to change to the necessary input for what she whants to do. I don't think the power needs to be on for that to happen. IIRC inputs can be switched without power. the larger problem though is that it's not responding even to power on/off commands. I'm going to grab my Yamaha remote tomorrow and make sure the sensor in the stereo hasn't gone bad but it was working a few days ago. I've been using the setup software to get things going.

    I have noticed that the 950 seems to be very sensitive about being aimed directly at the gear it is controlling. The 950 itself seems to be working because it will control the Apple TV and Roku box. TBH setup is being a bigger pain than it should be.

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    there much dvd burner in application market

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slydude View Post
    You're right. To navigate to each track it would be necessary to set achapter marker at the end of each track to mark the start of the nex track. That could be very time consuming even if you fast forward till you get near the end of a track. Been there, done that. and it can be very frustrating--Especially for live music where bands often slide from one song right inot the next one with little or no discernable break between tracks.

    Some burning software will set chapter markers automatically but I don't think that would produce what you want. Usually the chapter marks are based on elapsed time with little/no control over where the breaks fall. A chapter marker could, for example, fall in the middle of a track if it is set automatically.

    I believe that the videos which contain individual songs would be treated as separate chapters without your intervention but I'm not sure. It has been a while since I did anything like this.

    Yes, unfortunately , but it's merely convience i suppose. It's not something i'm going to put on more than occasionally , just want to preserve it, so i should live with no menus and stick to Burn's relatively simply process. Just thought after all my research in to the different aspects i should see what some of you thought that may have dealt with this. Appreciate your time answering these questions

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    Well i mentioned 5 or so years, it may be older than i realize , maybe 7 or 8 , not sure, but it says it plays mp3's, and last time i looked in booklet couple months ago i remember dvd- video was what it accepted.
    Thanks for the suggestion of dvdstyler, i remember coming across it, maybe it was a paid one, i'll look again

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    Actually iumou, no not for Mac, some paid ones , not without their drawbacks from the reading i've done, and not much in way of free, and Burn comes out on top on most lists. For PCs yes there are many, and some that sound very good. If this wasn't much to burn i'd go to a family member or friend's house with Windows and do it there, but it's going to take too long to put someone out.

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