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NERO defect

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by wah28, Nov 26, 2003.

  1. wah28

    wah28 Member

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    hey guys,
    how come when i burn a bin and cue file with nero, it works out fine but when i play it it goes reallly slow...the video is fine, its jsut that the frams go really slow...can someone help me
     
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    What do you mean "slow"? jumping?
    Where do you want to play it? satandalone/computer
    Try this first:
    1) Download & install this:
    Daemon tools
    http://www.daemon-tools.cc/portal/download.php?mode=Download&id=34
    2) on taskbar right-click the daemon tools icon and open your bin file. a virtual cd rom will be created, that can be opened as a ready svcd.
    3) play the created irtual cd, and check the movie. If problems appear, do not fault nero, becouse the mpg file is bad.
     
  3. Dela

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    SVCD? Burn with something else like Alcohol 120%. If the problem persists it may be your DVD player - http://www.dvdrhelp.com/dvdplayers

    Can you give me a better description of what is happening?
     
  4. wah28

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    wen i burn bin and cue files with nero...(burn image) does it come out in vcd format or svcd format?
     
  5. wah28

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    i burnt a movie with alcohol and nero and they both have the same problem...i dunno if its my dvd or wat i am doing wrong...the frames just go really slow...its like one frame per second...u kno how a movie is sposed to go smoothly...well this one is like, just slow...everything else is fine but the movement?...please help me
     
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    Usually bin/cue movie files you download are svcd. Are you sure your DVD player is SVCD compatible? Check "Google" for "dvd player compatibility".
     
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    PLS do what I told U above, this is the way to help. If that way the CD works, the problem is with the standalone, or the writing process.
     
  8. Dela

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    1. Have you played VCD and SVCD in your DVD Plsyer before?
    2. If SVCD, was it VBR encoded?
    3. Do you run a lot of programs like p2p apps while you are burning? and What burn speed are you using?
    4. Did you check out http://www.dvdrhelp.com/dvdplayers to see what your dvd player supports yet?
     
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    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    Thatt'll do it! A lot of standalones dont like 'dem much :)

    Also it could just be crappy media.
     
  10. wah28

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    i have no clue wat "VBR" encoded means...but i dont think my dvd player can play svcds...
     
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    variable bitrate
     

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