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dvd problem

Discussion in 'Video playback problems' started by bilkido, Apr 30, 2003.

  1. bilkido

    bilkido Member

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    Hi to all I have been backing up my collection of films onto dvd with great result.Recently however the same movies which worked perfect have now started freezing and have a lot of blockiness.Most of the problems happen from about half way onwards.I use a pioneer dv350 which has been perfect until now.Any ideas?Thanks.
     
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    What are you using to backup the dvds?
     
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    HI again the software that I use but not necessarily at the same time are:-smart ripper
    maestro or spruce up and cce 2.50 for encoding.I have a pioneer 104 for burning and used Datasafe classic gen3 discs.thanks again.
     
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    One thing I dont understand is did you mean, that your already burn disks are starting to freeze or just new disks you create?
     
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    HI again sorry if I didn,t make myself clear.The discs that have started playing up I created months ago and like I said they played flawlessly until now.I heard somewhere about disc rot could this be the case here?Thanks again.
     
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    Ah ye, i'd say its the disks, it couldnt be anything to do with the computer!!
     

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