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backups do not work ok / nec 1300a

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by heilkunde, Oct 27, 2003.

  1. heilkunde

    heilkunde Guest

    gday,
    i am using anydvd / dvd2one and got an nec 1300a. when I watch dvd back on stand alone panasonic dvd rv32 the first chapters work but later the movie just stops and I always get the error F499 in the display. When i start the movie again the chatpter works. It always gets worse at the end of the movies. I am using Verbatim DVD-R.

    i got the compressiom set on 4472 and burn 2X.

    can anyone help?
     
  2. herbsman

    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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  3. heilkunde

    heilkunde Guest

    thnx for the hint.
    i ve read the suggestions and the combination
    nec 1300 a / Verbatim DVD - R and Panasonic DVD rv 32 should work.
    unfortunately it is not.
    options:
    1. get an dvd burner
    2. get an new dvd player

    not good options :)
     
  4. baabaa

    baabaa Active member

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    Rather than shell out straight away, do some trials with Dvd2one....

    I have mine set to 4440Mb, and do not encounter any probs....

    Worth a shot by reducing your overall file size a little......see if it helps....
     
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    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    Yeah plus Verbatim DVD-R are okay it would seem but I truly trust Grade A Ritek G04 X4 DVD-R (as if my life depended on it)

    lol
     
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    'To use A grade Ritek 4x G04 or not to use'...that is the question......

    Got my recommendation aswell, solid, reliable and gettin' relatively cheaper now......
     

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