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DVD+R TO DVD+R FAILS

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by gunit2004, Feb 27, 2004.

  1. gunit2004

    gunit2004 Guest

    had ages to edit the CAPS bonanza , that was
     
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  2. herbsman

    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    Just use Nero to 'Copy Entire Disc' but without 'Quick Copy' option ticked [which is more commonly known as on-the-fly]

    No need to decrypt :)
     
  3. ScubaPete

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    gunit2004,

    Turn the CAP's off. It's considered yelling here.

    (and on top of that, it's hard for the "Old Man' to read)

    Thanks,

    Pete
     
  4. gunit2004

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    still no luck any ideas
    i lent a copyed dvd of my frend i could copy that?
    and then i tried to copy that copy and that works?
    so it is just the one's that come of my computer the 1's that i convert i have used tmpgenc for this

    what program do you use to convert avi to dvd and what author
     
  5. herbsman

    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    MainConcept MPEG Encoder 1.4 (to encode from avi/divx/mpg etc to DVD compliant MPEG2)

    TMPGEnc DVD Author (to convert from MPEG2 to VOB/BUP/IFO)

    Nero 6 (to burn as DVD-Video in VIDEO_TS folder)

    ...is my method anyway !! [fairly quick too]
     
  6. ScubaPete

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    an alternate could be avi’s to mpeg’s using TMPGEne, then mpeg to vob’s, bup’s and ifo using TMPGEnc DVD Author.

    "P"



    Hey Buddy,

    How's my favorite herbsman ??
    (I like your new Logo)
     
  7. gunit2004

    gunit2004 Guest

    thats the way id it but still no luck!!
    any help by some 1 who does no about dvd+r
    thanks
    by the way what disc do you use
     
  8. herbsman

    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    You made no grammatical sense in that last comment , but at a guess you think that after attempting (and I emphasize 'attempting') one of the methods above - you think that Pete or I do NOT know what we are on about !! ?
    The back up procedure is exactly the same for either disc format , and in case you didn't understand that ... THAT means that it is the same for - or + format :D
     
  9. rick5446

    rick5446 Guest

    I did'nt see anybody mention DVDInfo to check his disc could be flawed I've had a lot of probs w/bad media
     
  10. gunit2004

    gunit2004 Guest

    hay that what i thorti got a new disc yesterday i will try later and let you no
    thanks
     
  11. herbsman

    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    After converting avi to VOB you do not need to burn to disc to watch , you can watch from HDD (as I know you know)
    And yes , if ever you are suspicious you should check Nero DiscInfo for instance!
    Want to try and type in English gunit2004 & only buying 1 disc at a time ...hmm interesting ;-)
     
  12. beetleman

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    I didn't even know that Pakard Bell was still in business. I guess the rest of the world didn't mind computer products that didn't work as much as Americans did. I assumed that they simply went bankrupt when they closed their U.S. operations about ten years ago due to falling sales brought on by a notoriously bad track record for quality.

    Glad to hear that they are still in business abroad, ensuring that won't be ask to fix any of their products here in the U.S.

    By the way, you should be a little nicer to the people that are trying to help you especially with your typing skills.

    So, have you tried creating an ISO of the first disc and saving it to your hard drive then using the ISO to burn a second disc?

    beetleman
     
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  13. gunit2004

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    ok lads carm down it's just this thing is doing my head in
    no i dont just bye 1 disc at a time it's just that when i got a bulk pack and i cant recopy them
    i thort i would try other disc's and only get one !!

    any way the way you said about iso how do i do this please can you tell me thanks to every one helping me
    thanks
     
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