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PostPosted: 12/18/2005 5:31 PM Reply with quote
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I don't expect an answer, but thought i'd share-

I got to the bottom of a stack of DVDs, a big stack, and the ones at the bottom apear to be reject. I've had this problem with stacks og CDs. I lost many hours work, so I thought. Here is what is going on - I record video to DVD. I return DVD to check to see if it works, and it doesn't. So I thought DVD burner problem, but then I tried, instead of opening as a folder and playing it, I just played it off the disc and it works fine. For some reason, when I open it as folder to view it, it is jerky and reject. I don't understand, I think if I dragged it to harddrive it would play OK, so there is something about the extra communication, from drive e to folder to player, and works OK if I go from drive e to player, does anyone follow me? Does anyone care, lol?
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PostPosted: 12/18/2005 8:05 PM Reply with quote
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I'm sure there are those that will understand just what you are talking about and even know why it happens.  LOL, I'm not one of those.  
 
What few things I have done with CD and DVD turned out perfect which doesn't mean I knew what I was doing but that the software did.   sunny  
 
I hear about so many quirky things about CD and DVD players, burners, software, results, etc., there ought to be a book written about them.   Seems the biggest problem is with consistence and  compatability between PCs and players/burners.  I blame that on the makers, programmers and developers.  
 
They need to get their heads together.  The incompatibility and inconsistences aren't doing any of them any good.  
 
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I went thru that too rb, the intervideo I use to capture, cause nothing else worksd right; then I make the movie and burn it in roxio program, cause nothing else works right.

I am getting new software for xmas, I asked for adobi's new versiona and roxio's new one, I hope to get both but I will just be glad to get something new. The roxio 6 works well, but very limited when it comes to adding text.



As far as the error I mentioned, its like putting a music cd in and a menu will open asking which program you want to use to play it, and heres the problem - if I choose to just open it as a folder instead of playing it, and then I open the folder and try to play it, it won;t work right. Thats jusdt a sample, don't know if that would happen but it happens with DBD video.
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Based on what you're describing, it sounds like the movie has to play on a high speed disc, like a HDD.  Apparently your DVD player doesn't spin fast enough for the movie to play correctly.  Your DVD probably only spins at 7200 rpm max.  The HDD is probably spinning at a much higher rate, which makes it so that the movie plays correctly.  I am surprised that this is happening though since I though most DVD players would play any movie as it was meant to be seen...

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