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Devil May Cry cutscene trouble

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Legir, Apr 6, 2005.

  1. Legir

    Legir Member

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    I think I saw something about this the other day (maybe for another game), if so please direct me there if you can.
    Anyways, I just got my DVD Burner recently and I've backedup my Devil May Cry game at 4x (can't go any lower on Alcohol and maybe on USB burner, not sure) and I was playing it with no problems, but on 3ed level after I beat Cerburus(or whatever) and the sound is wayyyy behind what's going on. Then I had a black screen for a while and the sound finally caught up and when the level was over it worked fine. What's the deal?
    Thanks for any help!
     
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  2. Jizmak

    Jizmak Regular member

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    Use better media (verbatim or ritekg04)
    Update your firmware.
    Use 4x max media.
    Burn at 2x speed.

     
  3. Legir

    Legir Member

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    Thanks, will do.
    I haven't heard anything good or bad about Philips so I thought, "why not". Oh and the Philips was 1x-8x. Is that okay for another brand? Or just make it 1x-4x max to try and get?
    Also, Alcohol only lets me go down to 4x. Any way to get it to burn even slower? Is there another program I could use?
     
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    You can use dvd decrypter

    1. Start DVD Decrypter
    2. Select Mode, go down to ISO Read
    3. Select your Reader & Destination
    4. “Decrypt” the ISO Image to the Hard Drive
    5. Wait for the ISO Image to be made
    6. Select Mode, go down to ISO Write
    7. Select the ISO Image file you made, click “Open”
    8. Select your Burner, Write speed & Burn the ISO

    But the burn speeds wont change until you get better and
    slower media. 4x max media should let you burn at 2x.
    Also your firmware not bieng updated could be the problem
    too.

    Good luck :)
     
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    Thanks a lot for the info. Exactly what I needed. I will try this stuff as soon as I can.
     
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    I would also watch your buffer level. With your burner being usb, this may be part of the issue also
     

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