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matthew staton

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I used dvd shrink and nero.To make back up copy's of the kids movies that I buy so they don't get ruined. For some reason when ever I burn a movie it seems to have skips in it .I have lower the burn speed to 8x to burn a movie . I am stuck here lol I made about 50 coasters so far. I am using a dvd+r Dl 16x dvd burner. There no scratches in the movies either. That I tryed to copy. Any idea's guys.
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Most of the coasters I've produced I attribute to bad media. Memorex seems to produce the most. Sony, Fuji, and TDK have been pretty good to me. Lower burn speeds also seem to help. I usually burn at 4X.
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Thanks I try to lower the speed to 4 x I hope that fixes the problem.I just got a bunch of HP DVD's and they seem to work realy well. Looking for imation protective coated forcefield dvd-r there awsome I ran one over with my desk chair and it did not even scratch any one no where I can find them at a good price on line mybe in bulk.I realy don't think there is a better DVD-r out there IMO.
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