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DVD Shrink Problem

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by yangster, Sep 28, 2004.

  1. yangster

    yangster Member

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    When DVD Shrink is done burning a dvd movie, i go and play it on a dvd player. The burn dvd has the movie in it but it doesn't work as well
    Can u guys help me?
     
  2. ScubaPete

    ScubaPete Senior member

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    Hi yangster, Welcome to aD,


    I'm sorry my friend, DVD Shrink isn't capable of burning a DVD.

    Could you tell me what you used to burn it ?

    Your post tells me nothing - could you be a lot more specific ?

    What media are you using, name and type, please -


    If you can give us something we can try to help -

    Cheers,

    "P"

     
  3. bigorange

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    Pete's right, more info needed. But I will say if the process is working and shrink is successfully performing the operation then it sounds like crappy media. Which is one of the BIGGEST problems in dvd backup. Get Verbatim or Ritek G04, make sure they are branded. Check out meritline, good company with great prices and free shipping. :)

    I now leave you in Pete's very capable hands. ;>)
     
  4. yangster

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    I'm using a Verbatim and using a LiteOn DVD Drive.
     
  5. bigorange

    bigorange Active member

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    What is your player's compatibility,ie format? And what is your verbatim's format? Do they match?

    Also, stuttering can be caused by programs running in the background such as screensavers, etc. And, have you defragged your Hard Drive lately?
     
  6. tibbs

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    Be certain that your DVD player is capable of playing DVD+R media. I have the same problem with a DVD player that is only 6 months old. The movie plays but is very "choppy"
     
  7. ade_95

    ade_95 Guest

    yangster >>> wot media u usin??? eg datawrite 1x? 2x? 4x? 8x??? + or - ???????;)
     

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