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NeroVision - Burning dvd, problem

Discussion in 'Nero discussion' started by ziggyplay, Mar 4, 2007.

  1. ziggyplay

    ziggyplay Member

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    I've recently came across this problem, all has been fine up til now. When burning dvds, the burn appears 'successful', however, the picture is squint, About 45' angle from top to bottom, and the colour distorted. Tried two different .avi files, same problem.
    HELP!!!!
     
  2. Saltgrass

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    I assume you are using NeroVision, and I also assume the video was normal when you previewed it prior to burning?

    Does the DVD act the same way on different types of DVD players?

    Do you know what video settings you used to burn it?

    The video is either PAL or NTSC, which is what you use?
     
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    I'm using NeroVision Express3....and yes, I can watch the download on my pc.
    "The project quality was automatically reduced to long play (3382kbps)" appears when adding the file and settings are as follows

    "Book Type setting: 'Automatic'
    Sample format: Automatic
    Audio format: Automatic
    Encoding mode: Fast Encoding (1-Pass)
    Number of titles: 1
    Video mode: PAL
    Aspect ratio: 16:9
    Quality: Long play (3382 kbps)
    Resolution: 720 x 576 (CCIR-601 D1)
    Audio SmartEncoding ratio: 0.0 %
    Video SmartEncoding ratio: 0.0 %
    Number of menus: 1
    "
     
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    The only time I have seen a picture do really funny things was when there was an interlacing or progressive problem. I think I was playing a progressive DVD on an older DVD player and it went down the screen. Encoding in Interlaced, bottom field first solved that problem.

    The only other thing I was thinking possibly there was some type of PAL/NTSC difference involved, but only guessing since I haven't seen what you are describing.

    If it only happens with one type of file, or one supplier, it might be those files. If not, try another utility as suggested.
     

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