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Help burning DVD's

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by swavgav, Oct 3, 2007.

  1. swavgav

    swavgav Member

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    I'm using WinDVD to burn all my films to DVD, but i'm getting a visual lag (if that's what you can call it?!) and was wondering if any one has any idea how to stop this happening?

    Or is there a better DVD burning program to use?
     
  2. Suba

    Suba Regular member

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    Most people like ImgBurn.
    What do you mean by visual lag?
     
  3. swavgav

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    When i watch the films on ma pc the picture is perfect. When i watch the dvd on ma player it's like the pixels don't keep up (prob not the best way to describe).

    Hope u understand what i'm on about?

    It's prob because i'm burning the avi file straight to disk instead o converting it, which after viewing a few posts on here seems the thing to do.
     
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    cheep media,burning to fast, multitasking will give you problems like you are having
     
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