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DL burning, layer break, and a few questions.

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by leehb, Mar 6, 2007.

  1. leehb

    leehb Member

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    I hope it's not offensive to make this my first post but I've been lurking on the forums for about a month and have read alot of the guides. They really work! Good call on the Verbatim DL's fellas. I have had the most successful burn to date with these. But here lies the questions:

    I got one skip on this media. It was just a brief pause, cut off one word of the dialog and kept moving smoothly. was this a LAYER BREAK? it occured towards the end of the main feature.

    If it was a layer break I want to set it where it won't be noticed, my goal is for flawless playback. So i need advice and the most user friendly tool I can get.

    If it wasn't a layer break, what do I need to try?

    I use a Memorex External USB 2 and Firewire (I use the USB), and Verbatim +R DL media (with the advanced AZO). I used DVD Shrink and DVDecrypt.

    I'm sooo close to perfect, I can taste it!!!!

    Thanks for any help.
     
  2. leehb

    leehb Member

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    I also forgot to add I was using Memorex DL media using the exact same process and had way more problems Freezing, skipping, etc. that's just my testimonial to verbatims.
     
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    Only thing i would suggest is that u burn with IMGburn get it HERE
    It is much better than decrypter

    Also what burning speed r u using?
     
  4. iamlee

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    I burned it 2.4x
     

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