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Old 2005-10-20, 04:37 PM
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Re: question: DVDs and gnomebaker - Do I want to use Joliet?

jazzbo's right...disregard what i said, i thought you were burning a DVD-Video not a data disc...my bad
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Old 2005-10-20, 04:38 PM
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Re: mpeg-1

Thanks to all for the replies...i'll try and burn it tomorrow.

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still at a loss as to why an mpeg1 was made with DVD frame rates
Yeah, this is what confuses me the most. That is why i didn't tell Nero to continue anyway.

It is a video i downloaded from WinMx...a long time ago. i think it was from a dude in Italy, so i kind of wondered if maybe there were some kind of NTSC/PAL problems that i was missing, even though gspot says it is NTSC. Also, i've heard that gspot is sometimes wrong, but not sure of exactly what types of errors it makes, so i was hoping for some clairification on that end.

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Old 2005-10-20, 06:14 PM
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Re: question: DVDs and gnomebaker - Do I want to use Joliet?

well my intension is to use it as a video.
gnomebaker dosen't have a specific DVD-Video option
i figure i could just toss in the AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS folders and burn it
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Old 2005-10-20, 07:49 PM
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Re: question: DVDs and gnomebaker - Do I want to use Joliet?

i just winged it and burnt it as AAR said and it plays fine.
cool deal.
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Old 2005-10-22, 01:28 PM
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Burning Dual Layer DVD's

Hi everyone,

I have been burning all my dvd's with nero 6 and have never had problems until I started burning the DL's. My burner has the capability and Nero 6 appears to work, but the dvd's always come out choppy. They oftenly freeze while playing and sometimes will not ever get past the menu to even play (they will play stuck in the menu which will go back and forth from fuzzy to clear video). It's strange and I thought I'd ask here before I continue to try and solve the issue through testing and waste boatloads of moolah with each ruined dl dvd. I'm wondering if the software or media might be my problem. Does anyone have any reccomendations on other burning software to try? Is it as simple and straight forward to use as Nero?

Thanks in advance to all reading and/or responding to this!

James
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Old 2005-10-22, 02:13 PM
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Re: Burning Dual Layer DVD's

Which DL media discs to use use? I have used Verbatim DVD+R DL made in Singapore disc with my Plextor 716A and I used Nero 6.6.


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Hi everyone,

I have been burning all my dvd's with nero 6 and have never had problems until I started burning the DL's. My burner has the capability and Nero 6 appears to work, but the dvd's always come out choppy. They oftenly freeze while playing and sometimes will not ever get past the menu to even play (they will play stuck in the menu which will go back and forth from fuzzy to clear video). It's strange and I thought I'd ask here before I continue to try and solve the issue through testing and waste boatloads of moolah with each ruined dl dvd. I'm wondering if the software or media might be my problem. Does anyone have any reccomendations on other burning software to try? Is it as simple and straight forward to use as Nero?

Thanks in advance to all reading and/or responding to this!

James
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Old 2005-10-22, 02:41 PM
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Re: Burning Dual Layer DVD's

The ones I have are Dynex. It could very well be the media. I have never tried any other brands.
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Old 2005-10-22, 04:49 PM
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Re: Burning Dual Layer DVD's

i'm guessing its the media...Dynex uses multiple manufacturers including AN, CMC, MKM, etc...some are known for decent quality discs, some are cheap crap...best to stick with a company such as TDK for DL media at this point.

here's a good resource for researching quality of CDR/DVDR brands and manufacturers:
http://www.digitalfaq.com/media/dvdmedia.htm
you can also check brand comparisons at cdfreaks.com and videohelp.com
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Old 2005-10-23, 08:11 PM
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Question Getting Started, lil help please?

Whats up everyone. I just downloaded my first dvd, and I'm definitly trying to watch it. I can't get it to play in anything. There is a torrent folder and a few files, one ends w. NTSC-BTP. Just so u know its 11-16-1995 west palm beach show. Heard good things about it. I can trade it since this would be the first thing I have on this computer. Any help would be greatly apprecieated. peace :-)

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Old 2005-10-23, 08:19 PM
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Old 2005-10-23, 08:25 PM
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Re: Getting Started, lil help please?

Cool, thanks for the help and me getting pointed in the right direction. No worries, I'll figure it out. Was just trying to watch this sooner than later.... Thanks for you help. Just trying to watch this dvd that took 3 days to d/l so I can start a collection and get into sharing. I'm excited as hell to see phish on the screen from 95, i didn't get to see them until cypress and I'm missing them. I could use some help.
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Old 2005-10-23, 08:27 PM
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Re: Getting Started, lil help please?

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Old 2005-10-23, 08:30 PM
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Re: Getting Started, lil help please?

Call Trey....

He isn;t doing anything right now and has plenty of time to explain it all to you.

Or, try the "Technobabble" forum...

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Old 2005-10-23, 08:32 PM
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Re: Getting Started, lil help please?

Well it dosen't look like I'll get it from you. So have a nice night, the information you provied me with is very useful. Can't thank you enough...
I don't see the point in taking the time to reply to someone just looking to get a quick question answered and not answering them.. seems pointless.. hopefully someone is cool enough to answer my question. Peace.
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Old 2005-10-23, 08:34 PM
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Re: Getting Started, lil help please?

Technobabble, i'll look for that. thats useful.. thats dude....
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