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Auto-start movie (bypass menus) on disc insertion?

Simplest method :

Rip entire dvd to hard drive . (best method)

May use dvdshrink if required to shrink content , but with newer title's and trick's employed , it may not work as expected .

Launch pcgedit .
Open ripped dvd , cancel scan , not required .
In Vgm, first-play pgc , pre command is 30 02 00 00 00 01 00 00

This will upon insert , go straight to playing main title , just make sure title 1 is the actual movie ... just something to watch out for .

If main title is other , say pcgedit reports title 2 is main , then

Vgm, first-play pgc , pre command is 30 02 00 00 00 02 00 00

Notice the change in the command , that 2 near the end .

If main title is 3 , then use 30 02 00 00 00 03 00 00

To easy .

Go to title , and in post command : 30 01 00 00 00 00 00 00
That just tell's it to exit .

Save dvd .
Burn ... enjoy .

My father was just as frustrated with this rubbish , having suffered several stroke's , it made it hard for him to enjoy even the simplest older title's he enjoyed .

What made it worse was this pan scan rubbish , he was disapointed with the fact half when played only filled 2/3 of the actual screen .

Now you know why I do it ... rip dvd's that is .

As for that trick with the remote , it works with the xms-888 units ... but

It dosent always play the correct audio language ... alot play dirrectors comments , or one of the other's .

My remote has a button "tracks" hit that till correct audio is heard .

Using pcgedit , you can set it up so the correct audio channel is played automatically ... will include that in another guide after xmas .

Busy with several more guides ...

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By Renata Joy

Wanted or not, the Disney Princess line is back with its newest DVD creation. Unlike the previous releases, sing-along songs and recycled animation are not the main course. Lo and behold, the two stories presented in Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams are both entirely new; the first in a series of direct-to-DVD shorts featuring the Disney Princesses. This debut volume focuses on events involving Princesses Aurora (of Sleeping Beauty fame) and Jasmine (Aladdin's spirited love interest). It can't be denied that this strange pairing causes one to suspect a lame attempt at political correctness, Aurora being the traditional "white" princess, with Jasmine representing the non-European cultures. Whether such logic actually exists or not, here they are, Aurora and Jasmine. One can only hope that their tales will not be too painful to bear.

First up is "Keys to the Kingdom." Aurora is given reign of the castle while King Stefan is away at a royal convention with King Hubert, Prince Phillip, and Aurora's mother (who is disturbingly unnoticeable).

Merryweather gives Aurora her wand in case things get too difficult for the princess to handle. Trouble arises when Aurora give in to the easy way out (i.e. magic) when overwhelmed with stacks of paperwork and a number of complaining peasants. Comic relief (in intent rather than actuality) is provided by the easily frazzled duke, who strangely resembles The Hunchback of Notre Dame's Clopin, sans mask and Gypsy attire.

Next comes "More Than a Peacock Princess", in which Jasmine is feeling a little underwhelmed by her daily princess routine. As a remedy for the royalty blues, the Sultan finds her a job as teacher to a school full of unruly children. When Sahara -- the horse originally belonging to her mother -- escapes, Jasmine uses the lesson she learns in perseverance to deal with her students. Meanwhile, Jasmine's servant/nursemaid of sorts (who apparently still bathes her) attempts to create a diversion in order to prevent the Sultan from discovering the horse's absence. It can also be noted that while Abu, Iago, and Rajah are shown often, Aladdin is inexplicably out of town. Apparently princesses aren't allowed to have fun when their man is around.

Princess Aurora, alias Sleeping Beauty, welcomes you to her first new adventure in nearly 50 years.Sultan and Jasmine wonder why the part of Aladdin is being played by a young stable boy in "More Than a Peacock Princess."

The stories are on par with the typical direct-to-video release. Each one is briefly introduced by the appropriate princess, setting up the events the are about to occur and giggling a bit about the situation, all while clearly talking down to the audience. While neither is great, Jasmine's story is a little less grating on the nerves. That is most likely because she has appeared in the Aladdin sequels, not to mention the countless television episodes. The shock of seeing her design fluctuate from time to time or to hear her sing a song that is not up to theatrical release standards has long faded.

However, this is Aurora's first appearance since Sleeping Beauty, a film in which she stops speaking halfway in. I hate to classify Aurora as a passive heroine, but her character is underdeveloped to a large extent in the 1959 classic. For the most part, things happen to her rather than her making things happen. Therefore, it is more than a tad bit disconcerting to see her portrayed as an air-headed teenager who has an unexplained fondness for the color pink. I can only assume that many studies were conducted as to what color is found most appealing by a young girl, and blue must not have been the winner.

Not much more than a decade has passed since the release of Aladdin, and while the animation of this DVD is definitely not up to the same standards of Disney's mid-nineties features, the style has not changed greatly. Sleeping Beauty is not only a much older film, but also very stylized in design. I had at first believed that the animators who worked on this project had chosen to leave this aspect out until I noticed three very widely spaced trees that were mildly geometric in form. Well, at least they tried. In the nearly fifty years that have passed since Sleeping Beauty was first released, artistic ideals have changed. Aurora's new singing voice sounds more on the order of the modern princesses and is thus better suited to belting out pop tunes than art songs. In some ways, this is an improvement upon the unnaturally operatic voice that appeared in 2005's Princess Christmas Album. At the same time, it's hard to believe that a happier medium couldn't have been found. Jasmine, thankfully, is still voiced by Linda Larkin (now with the surname Vasquez) with Lea Salonga returning as her singing voice.

Jasmine seductively bathes in front of her utterly pleased nursemaid.Merryweather, Flora, and Fauna give some advice to Princess Aurora in "Keys to the Kingdom."

The amount of time since the respective princesses' first film appearance makes a huge difference in easily one can digest what is being presented. Perhaps if there had been a few Sleeping Beauty sequels released in the past decades' DTV boom, I might be less critical, but a viewing of The Wrath of Maleficent probably would not have increased my fondness in any way for this new story.

And, as already stated, the Jasmine story is not necessarily any better, it's just more expected. After all, to be blunt, the original Aladdin is the only genuinely good thing Jasmine has appeared in during her long animated career.

It is obvious that this release is aimed only at female viewers of pre-school age, and there is never any attempt at covering up this fact. Disney has always been known to produce output that is kid-friendly, but until recent years, their productions have also been known to appeal to families as a whole, i.e. viewers of all ages and genders. With each new DVD release (take a look at their depressing recent schedule), it becomes clearer that the Playhouse Disney sect has taken over. Inevitably, this DVD will be met with mixed reactions by the older Disney fans (those over the age of six). Some will be so overjoyed to see the princesses newly animated, Aurora especially, that they will overlook the many flaws. I place myself on the opposite, disillusioned side of the spectrum.

Naturally, the Walt Disney Company is a business, and it is entirely understandable that making money is the primary goal. Milking popular franchises for all they're worth is obviously the approach Disney has taken to remain profitable. The Enchanted Tales series has not been created because somebody felt that the Disney Princesses had more stories to tell. If that was the case, a lot more effort would have been put into this production, and more consideration would have been given to the people who have supported Disney long before any of today's pre-schoolers were born and who will probably continue to do so long after Little Einsteins DVDs have been packed away with baby clothes.

VIDEO and AUDIO

Being a brand new feature, there isn't much to complain about pertaining to picture quality. Granted, there is that sterile feel generally associated with direct-to video releases, but that is hardly unexpected. At least Disney hasn't disregarded widescreen TV owners, as the clean, vibrant 1.78:1 presentation is enhanced for 16x9 displays.

As far as sound goes, one might complain about the ever-present perky instrumentals, but that would belong in a different category altogether. The Dolby Digital 5.1 track employs the rear speakers primarily for gentle soundtrack reinforcement, but on occasion, there is the off-screen voice calling out from either direction.

Aurora Dress Up: Tiara or jester hat, what's a girl to choose?Follow the eaten apples to "Find Sahara" in this oh-so-stimulating set-top game.

BONUS FEATURES, MENUS, PACKAGING and DESIGN

Two games and a promotional music video are all that's to be had here. It can be assumed that there wasn't enough creative energy available

to supply both completely original material surrounding the Disney Princesses and an abundant supply of bonus features to boot. Either that or laziness is to blame.

In the first game, "Aurora Dress Up", it is apparent that Aurora lacks fashion sense. Therefore, it's up to you to decide exactly what she should wear. There are a few silly options to choose from, such as jester shoes and a nice big ruff collar. Unfortunately, you aren't allowed to pick anything that is not fit to be worn by a princess of the Disney variety, greatly lessening the fun aspect of the game.

"Find Sahara" requires a little more thought, thank goodness. The goal is to put clues together to find the said horse. Once again, however, you are forbidden to follow the wrong clues. Is there any room for silliness in the Disney Princess realm? I guess not. There are only three versions of the game, so unless you happen to have a very bad memory, there isn't a lot of replay value.

Belle serenades her pachyderm-resembling pottery friend in a music video that ineffectively promotes Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Kingdom of Kindness.The disc's Main Menu recreates the storybook from the opening sequence of "Sleeping Beauty", probably the only aspect that emulates the original classic.

With the games out of the way, all that is left is the music video, "You'll Never Lose This Love" (2:03), supposedly from a future Enchanted Tales release entitled Kingdom of Kindness (one of this volume's working titles). Sung by Belle, it resembles the songs from the two shorts on this DVD in that it is neither memorable nor entirely repulsive. The animation is also on the same scale. At moments, Belle becomes almost grotesquely off-model and Mrs. Potts tends to resemble a very pale and rosy-cheeked elephant instead of a teapot. I suppose this was included to make the viewer anticipate the upcoming release.

I consider it to be a friendly warning that the quality of the Disney Princess line will not be improving any time soon.

The disc opens with previews for The Jungle Book: Platinum Edition, Enchanted, My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Super Sleuth Christmas Movie, and Little Einsteins: Race For Space. From the menu, you are given the privilege of viewing additional trailers for Meet the Robinsons, Tinker Bell, High School Musical 2: Extended Edition, and more Disney Princess Enchanted Tales (a yet-to-be-titled disc with Cinderella and Mulan stories), and a Disney Parks promo.

The menu opens with a voiceover channeling Julie Andrews that introduces what is called the "storybook cawstle", apparently a place where you go to hear stories about princesses. That is funny, because I watched this DVD at my home, which is definitely not a castle, British accent or not. The menus resemble the storybook from the opening sequence of Sleeping Beauty, probably the only aspect that emulates the original classic.

The DVD case is shockingly white, unlike the typically pink cases of previous Princess releases, and is encased in a holographic gold slipcover. Those who frequent the toy aisle or have recently checked out what The Disney Store has to offer by way of Princess merchandise might have noticed the same garish gold motif. Most will be relieved to know that these gold items play no role in the features themselves; they're merely a marketing ploy to dupe people into buying things they already have in different packaging. However, everyone knows that all princesses in their right minds much prefer platinum to gold, or, if they happen to be on a budget, white gold to yellow gold. Inside the DVD case are the expected advertisements, including some for those products I just mentioned with all the ugly gold frills. Unfortunately, there are no coupons. Just ads, ads, a Disney World contest entry form, and some more ads. And just in case you wanted to check out some more advertising, there is a spot reserved on the insert to promote "Hannah Montana" DVDs.

Jasmine is more than a peacock princess, but that doesn't mean she can't surround herself with peacocks on occasion.Hurray for off-model characters! Long live the Disney Princess Enchanted Tales!

CLOSING THOUGHTS

Those who have read this and my past reviews probably think that I don't like the Disney Princesses at all and wonder why such a hater is allowed to repeatedly cover the latest additions to their DVD line. However, a true aficionado is capable of recognizing when something is amiss, and that is the case here. It is hard to praise a pairing of two half-hour "movies", created with standards not much higher than those of a Saturday morning cartoon, that are being marketed as a full-length movie. Many will purchase this DVD regardless. But, if you can't resist temptation, at least make sure that you don't buy it at its $26.99 list price. Not all Disney Princess merchandise should be boycotted, but selective purchasing habits should definitely be practiced. Hold out for something better worth your time and money.

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Tom Mott

Tom Mott has been creating interactive entertainment since 1990, working with companies such as Digital Domain, Knowledge Adventure, LeapFrog Enterprises, LEGO Media, Mattel, Philips, Virgin, and Warner Brothers. He has a BA in Fine Art from UCLA.

Mott Studios, LLC

Mott Studios, LLC designs, writes and produces top-shelf kids’ interactive entertainment. Mott Studios offers full-service production, concepting, content design, writing, project management, graphic design, and authoring. We've produced content for toy platforms, print, online, DVD, Blu-Ray, iOS (iPhone/iPad app), and CD-ROM.

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Producer

Dora the Explorer: Tale of the Unicorn King – Tag Jr. book. 2013
Minnie: The Big Bow-nanza – Tag Jr. book. 2013
Team Umizoomi: Playground Power – Tag Jr. book. 2013
Talking Words Factory – LeapReader Reading & Writing book. 2013
Animal Babies – LeapFrog Tag Jr. book. 2012
LeapFrog Touch Magic Counting Train – Touch-enabled learning toy. 2012
Leap and the Lost Dinosaur – LeapFrog Tag Reader book. 2012
Interactive Human Body Discovery Pack – LeapFrog Tag Reader pack and board game. 2011
Scout and Friends: Interactive Carry & Play Case – LeapFrog interactive play case. 2011
Solar System Adventure Pack – LeapFrog Tag Reader pack and board game. 2011
Chuggington: Wilson and the Paint Wagon – LeapFrog Tag Jr. book. 2011
Cookie's First Book of Numbers – LeapFrog Tag Jr. book. 2010
Big Bird's First Book of Letters – LeapFrog Tag Jr. book. 2010
Interactive World Map – LeapFrog Tag Reader map. 2010 Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Medal Winner 2011
Interactive United States Map – LeapFrog Tag Reader map. 2010 Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Medal Winner 2010
Ben 10 Alien Force: Wanted Kevin Levin – LeapFrog Tag Reader book. 2009
Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? – LeapFrog Tag Jr. book. 2008
Scooby-Doo: Shiny Spooky Knights – LeapFrog Tag Reader book. 2008
Paddington – LeapFrog Tag Reader book. 2008
The Cat in the Hat – LeapFrog Tag Reader book. 2008
Green Eggs and Ham – LeapFrog Tag Reader book. 2008
Olivia – LeapFrog Tag Reader book. 2008
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom – LeapFrog Tag Reader book. 2008
Click, Clack, Moo: Cows that Type – LeapFrog Tag Reader book. 2008
Fancy Nancy Goes to the Museum – LeapFrog Tag Reader book. 2008
The Little Engine That Could – LeapFrog Tag Reader book. 2008
Walter the Farting Dog Goes on a Cruise – LeapFrog Tag Reader book. 2008
Ratatouille – LeapPad book. 2007
Ratatouille – My First LeapPad book. 2007
ALF: Season Three – DVD Menus. 2006
Jumanji Special Edition – DVD special features. 2005
Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild – DVD Menus and special features. 2005
ALF: Season Two – DVD Menus. 2005
ALF: Season One – Post-Producer/Writer of DVD menus and trivia pages. 2004
Speed Racer Vol 3 – DVD Menus and special features. 2004
Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper – DVD Menus and special features. 2004
Care Bears: Journey to Joke-a-lot – DVD Menus and special features. 2004
Bear and the Big Blue House: Tutter’s Tiny Trip – My First LeapPad book. 2004
Speed Racer Vol 2 – DVD Menus and interactive features. 2004
Matilda Special Edition – DVD Menus and interactive features. 2004 
Swan Princess III Special Edition DVD – Post-Producer of DVD special features. 2003
Swan Princess Special Edition DVD – Post-Producer of DVD special features. 2003
General Health for Afghan Families – LeapPad book prototype. 2003
Magic Tree House: The Knight at Dawn – QuantumPad book. 2002
Magic Tree House: Dinosaurs Before Dark – QuantumPad book. 2002
Once Upon a Rhyme – My First LeapPad book. 2002
LeapSheets – 240 LeapPad activity sheets. 2001
Jonny Quest: Cover-Up at Roswell – CD-ROM puzzle adventure. 1997
TerraTopia – CD-ROM puzzle adventure. 1996
Paperopolis – CD-ROM activity kit. 1995

Writer / Designer

Disney Fairies: Tink's Midnight Tea Party – LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra eBook. 2011
Pet Pals: Dog Show Detectives – LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra eBook. 2011
Letters on the Loose – LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra eBook. 2011
Cars 2 – LeapFrog Tag Reader book. 2011
Peter Rabbit’s Day of Counting – LittleTouch book. 2006
ClickStart included content – LeapFrog ClickStart computer. 2006
Pet Pals – Leapster game. 2006
Spanish Verb Translator – Fly Pentop FlyWare. 2006
Little Amadeus – LeapPad book. 2006
Cars – LeapPad book. 2006
Cars – My First LeapPad book. 2006
A Gift from Big Sister Dora (Dora the Explorer) – LittleTouch book. 2005
FLY Thru Writing – Fly Pentop FlyWare. 2005
FLY Memorizer – Fly Pentop FlyWare. 2005
FLY Games – Fly Pentop FlyWare. 2005
Disney Princesses: Enchanted Counting Tales – LeapPad book. 2005
Bugs! The Story of the Bug Wranglers – LeapPad book. 2005
Anna's First Ballet – LeapPad book. 2005
Quiqley's Capers: Letters on the Loose – Leapster game. 2005
The Bratz: Passion for Fashion – Leapster game. 2004
Spider-Man – Leapster eBook. 2004
The Incredibles – Leapster game. 2004
Shrek 2 – LeapPad book. 2004
Spider-Man – LeapPad book. 2004
Pooh Loves You – Little Touch book. 2004
Second Grade Smart Guide – LeapPad book. 2003
Fox in Socks – LeapPad book. 2003
Stanley’s Accidental Safari – LeapPad book. 2003
Let’s Go (English as a Foreign Language) – LeapPad book series. 2003
Pre-Kindergarten Math – Super LeapPad book. 2003
Kindergarten Math – Super LeapPad book. 2003
First Grade Workbook – Super LeapPad book. 2003
Fourth Grade Math – QuantumPad book. 2002
Fifth Grade Math – QuantumPad book. 2002
First Grade Smart Guide – LeapPad book. 2002
Thinking Games – Imagination Desk book. 2002
Counting Games – Imagination Desk book. 2002
LEGO Alpha Team – CD-ROM puzzle adventure. 2000

Post Production Supervisor / Coordinator

The Crayon Factory – CD-I animated film with activities. 1994
Surf City – CD-I animated shorts with activities. 1994
The Wacky World of Miniature Golf – CD-I animated game. 1994
The Berenstain Bears on Their Own – CD-I animated cartoon with activities. 1993
More Dark Fables of Aesop – CD-I animated stories with activities. 1992
The Dark Fables of Aesop – CD-I animated stories with activities. 1992

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Enchanted 2008 Blu-ray Menu Walkthrough (2011 Re-Print)

How I wanted him, de-vcha-a-ta. In night visions, I walked with him through the Gardens of Eden, where we talked pleasantly and kissed passionately. He has zero attention to me.

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This was not the first time, and, not at all embarrassed, he jumped up, kicked the stalled unit and walked towards me with a smile from ear to. Ear. Naturally, I was distracted by watching his cheap acting and the gasket slipped off the tweezers and flopped to the floor. She jumped and rolled on the concrete surface and fell through the grate of the sewer pit.

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Enchanted 2008 UK DVD menu walk-through

How happy I was. Before my eyes flew pictures of a wonderful adult life, when I, Mashenka, will make constant friends, I will have a reputation for something other than "mymy-dyldy". (and this is also from the soft words that I had to hear about myself), and even - wow, I'm hardening from one thought, I'm sorry, I'm sorry. - I'll get a guy, or, at the extreme, a girl, and with honors I'll graduate from my own virginity instead of with.

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