I have been wasting dvd+r after dvd+r. I'm getting very upset because I am flushing money down the toilet. Okay well basically this is where I begin...
I just recently bought 100 "TDK" Dvd+r's with 1-16x speed, and 4.7gb space on each. The ones I bought can be seen at this url, except that these on the url are dvd-r's not dvd+r's like the ones I have. But they are still the same kind, and brand:
Dvd Disc Brand
The big spindle of 100 dvd+r's comes with a tiny little note on the label which says to check out this link:
Note On Spindle Label
I have this dvd burner:
Dvd Burner I Own
Okay now the point is that I have different videos I would like to burn. I have indeed burnt them many times. They burn fine, and play fine on my standalone dvd players hooked up to my tv. Problem is that every disc I burn gets to a certain minute of video where the image just starts skipping and the dvd cannot be controled (ie: stopped), or the image just shakes. What I mean by this is I believe I am getting errors. I do not know what speed I should be burning dvds at. I use DVD+R so remember I use "Clone DVD 2" to burn my dvds. I keep watching the video on my dvds fine, and like I said there is always a point halfway through or near the end where the video just starts to skip, and than I can't watch the rest.
I need to know if I am burning at too fast of a speed, or too slow, and what advice or precations I should take while burning dvd. (ie: closing programs, no screen saver, etc). Maybe it's the blank dvd+r's causing the issue from the url links above because of burning speed. Maybe it's something else. Someone please help me and tell me what the issue could be. By the way I only use "Clone DVD 2" by slysoft software, and that is the only one I will choose to use.
Edited by superstar, 23 August 2006 - 12:36 AM.