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Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by an1990, Dec 3, 2004.

  1. an1990

    an1990 Guest

    i burnt my DVD
    but at near the end of the DVD, it begins to freeze
    any suggestion?
     
  2. pulsar

    pulsar Active member

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    Sounds like media problems, what are you using? I have read this was a common problem in the old days, I believe it was due to the fact that the outside of the disc is, in one rotation, covering more distance than in the middle (hence a differential drive in your car to eliminate tyre scrub when going round corners - different relative turn radiuses (is that radii?) The laser had difficulties burning & reading at the end of a film due to the greater distance it had to travel in the same timespan. A dvd is read from the inside outwards. Newer & improved technology quickly overcame this.
    I could also be talking a load of crap though!!!
    What media are you using, what burner do you have, what are your system specs, which standalone player do you use which software are you using. To say your question is vague would be an understatement!
     
  3. an1990

    an1990 Guest

    i using Nero

    my uncle,he said
    he knows how to fix this
    he waits untill Nero ask to put the blank DVD to burn,he thinks that he could fix this problem in this dump way
    i think he is wrong
     
  4. pulsar

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    I think your uncle is incorrect too. I think you have a media problem, again - what media (which type/make of blank dvd)), not software, are you using?
     
  5. bbmayo

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    I can Fix your problem. Just answer me this.
    What programs and media are you using to burn Back Up your DVD????

    Please answer questions if you would really like help. Pulsar has asked you several questions and you have not responded? Did you solve your problem and if so please be so kind and let us know.

    Thank you very much,


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  6. an1990

    an1990 Guest

    sorry
    Lite on DVD rewrite sohw 8125
    and i using DVD shrink to back up movies

    and another problem is
    i added my VIDEO SUPPORTED files into NERO to make my home video
    and it was also frozen at the end

     
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  7. bbmayo

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    Ok do this and you should have no more problems.
    Open DVD Shrink
    Click on "Edit"
    Go To "Preferences"
    Under "Preferences" You will see a little drop down box.
    This is where you need to change your target size
    Put the drop down box on "Custom"
    Then in the box to the right of that type in "4300" GB
    Hit Ok and use Shrink as normal.

    This should solve your problem.

    You still didn't say what media you were using? This is normally caused by bad media where the dye on the disk runs off at the end. So what we did was set shrink so your not going to burn where the problem are. :) Also what speed are you burning the DVD's at? Try to keep it under x4. Actually do keep it under x4 this will help a lot to if you can stand it x2 would be even better.

    Ok hope this helps you out,

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  8. an1990

    an1990 Guest

    you mean the kind of the DVD?
    Princo DVD-R 4x
     
  9. pulsar

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    Most people here have found that Princo make crap media for burning dvds, just have a look in the media section of this forum. I would try something else, like ritek or verbatim. You have to experiment.
     
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  10. an1990

    an1990 Guest

    do u know somes that make good media for burning DVD but cheap?
     
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  12. rick5446

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    Check your media Id on your Verbatim Disc's if they read MCC02RG20.They are the same as Prodisc,which can be bought at www.supermediastore.com
    For about $.40 a piece,this includes shipping & a very nice printable surface.I might ad
     
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