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DVD stalls after burning

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Angel80, Jun 1, 2004.

  1. Angel80

    Angel80 Member

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    Hi all,

    I'm new to burning backups of DVD's. I've been trying for 2 days to back up my new movie I just bought. I used DVD Shrink 3.1, DVD Decrypter and Nero. It burns alright but when I try to play it, the movie will show about 2 seconds and then freeze and start again and continue freezing ever 2 or 3 seconds, the whole movie through.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

    Also, I'm using WinXP if it matters
     
  2. bigorange

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    Use shrink and decrypter or shrink and nero. You don't need all 3 together. Would help to have more info and what you're doing exactly. Also what kind of media are u using. this forum pretty much agrees on Ritek G04's and Verbatim
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    If you arent already,try using the best quality discs you can afford,ive had a lot of backups break up etc between halfway and the end using media like bulk paq orange,I now use Ritek with go4 dye,works every time.
     
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    Hey shady, u can get ritekG04's at Meritline for .69 ea. That's cheaper than the cheap discs. These are branded also. Hope this helps you too Angel.
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    oh yeah, forgot to mention, that's with FREE shipping. [
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  7. Angel80

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    Well, I'm using Maxell DVD-RW's for the burning and my burner is a Pacific Digital 8x. I've tried burning it a few times and it comes out the same way. It plays the previews alright but not the movie
     
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    Angel, it's up to you, i use to have problems til i switched to this media. Not one since. Trust me, what's good in audio don't necessarily hold true for video. I've used Sony,TDK,MAXELL, and Memorex. None of 'em hold a candle to Ritek and Verbatim, which this forum turned me onto. These guys know what they're talking about. [
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  9. Angel80

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    Thanks for the info. I went out and bought a pack of Verbatim's this morning and I just made my 1st backup :)

    Thanks again

    Angel
     
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    Way to goooo!
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