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first Successful copy, but backup is choppy..any suggestions??

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by megant, Feb 19, 2003.

  1. megant

    megant Member

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    Hey gang,.
    Hoping someone can help me
    First let me tell you what i'm working with
    P3 -500
    Windows 2000 server
    NTFS file system
    +- 400 meg ram
    ifoedit
    dvd decrypter
    nero
    rempeg2

    Ok, i did everything the walkthrough said, (ripped image with dvddecrypter, strip streams, re-mux(ed) it down to fit on one DVD . burned it to dvd with nero.
    after a very LONG process (damn, it take slong to remux it to fit) I go the movie backed up (bowling for Columbine dvd - retail screener version )
    When i go to play it back in the the dvd player (ps2 v7) it plays back but it seemd a little choppy. Does anyone know why? could it be just that my computet isn't fast enough, my video card, ..or could it be something with the burning process. It is not VERY choppy, just the slightest ..but noticeable..any help would be appreciated
    thanks

    Anthony
     
  2. megant

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    also note,
    I am using Ritek 1X DVD-r's
    Pioneer a05 burner
    (the dvd's play ps2 dvd-r backups without any problems..just as a note)
     
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    someone...anyone...PLEASE...any reply would be appreciated
    I know SOMEBODIES gotta have some kinda feedback for me on this

    Thanks
     
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    what color is the dye on the bottom of ur dvd?
     
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    The dye color is a purple-ish color
    I heard from quite a few sources that the Ritek brand dvd-r were good. You think it is the media? (these are the old 1X media, not the new 4X)
     

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