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Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by boogerfac, Oct 24, 2004.

  1. boogerfac

    boogerfac Member

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    Hi, okay I backedup a movie on a dvd-r and it played fine in my dvd player, however in my friends dvd player it skip or studders about halfway into the movie why is this?:)
     
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    This question should really be in the dvd-r for newbies forum, but it could be a stand-alone dvd player compatability problem or a media problem. Use this link to check compatability. http://www.videohelp.com/dvdplayers.php
    What media are you useing?
     
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    im using memorex dvd-r's im burning them at 4x... whats the deal?:)
     
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    okay so i check it out on the list, now im not 100% sure but i think its 2nd class media, (ritekg05)it you know for sure please tell me:). any way do you think my friend should buy a new dvd player? or should i switch disks anyway? or maby try a lower burning speed? :)"buying a new dvd player is a lot easier for me"- thanks for your help, i appriciate it:)
     
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    That media guide is a little outdated it was made prior to 8x media. I would try some burns at a lower speed first.
     

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