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Problems Burning DVDs

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by stpfarms, Feb 5, 2005.

  1. stpfarms

    stpfarms Member

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    I have tons of backed up DVDs which I use DVD Shrink or else Nero 6.6. But when I use it to copy a backed up dvd the files can all be read if I copy the Video_TS files to my computer but when I play the DVD in my computer or in my dvd player it plays for like 2 minutes or 20 minutes or 40 minutes, then pauses and I can't go any further. Anyone see this?
     
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    What is the media you are using and what burn speed do you burn at.
     
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    I burn with BENQ which i heard is Sony and I burn at 8x.

    Funny thing is this...

    I will copy the VIDEO_TS Files to the hard drive and burn a DVD Video and it plays fine.

    In Nero i do a DVD copy of the DVDShrinked DVD and it stalls like 2 minutes etc all the time.
     
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    I never do a disc to disc copy as it often leads to problems.
    What you may have to do is just re-rip your movie to the hard drive then burn it with Nero.
    This is how I do it rather than trying to do a disc to disc copy.
     
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    Yes I found this out after about 100 dvds... I am doing Disc to Disc but not on the fly and none of them work all the way through. So from now on I am copying the files down locally and then burning them as a DVD Video in Nero.
     

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