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Burning Movies on DVD -R's and Always freeze at one spot... please help

Discussion in 'Video playback problems' started by redhatman, Mar 26, 2005.

  1. redhatman

    redhatman Regular member

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    Hey, I have been burning a lot of dvd's lately by taking an avi video using "MainConcept MPEG Encoder" to convert it to dvd format, ... then I have "DVD-lab PRO " to mix it into Video_TS and stuff. I then burn the dvd in "DVD-lab PRO ". I play back the movies on my dvd player and they always work fine for about the first half (about somwhere around there) Then there will be a frozen video picture and the audio will keep on going and the video Stops. I am using Fujifilm DVD -R's along with a ORITRON DVD Player (can play all types of burned media). It would be much appreciated if you could help me. Thanks a lot
    -Pat (redhatman)
     
  2. alien87

    alien87 Guest

    i had that problem also. try to defrag your comp then try it again
     
  3. redhatman

    redhatman Regular member

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    what does defrag mean? Thanks
    -Pat (redhatman)
     
  4. alien87

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    disk defragmenter sorry about that
     
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    I had this same problem, except instead of the video stopping it would distort @ exactly half way everytime no matter what. Was using cheap media, changed to Riteks which dont cost all that much more, and it has never done it again.
     
  6. redhatman

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    hey, could you please tell me ALL of the software that you use? Thanks
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