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Pixels and stalling on DVD's burned with Nero 7 Ultra


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have burned a DVD Movie using Nero 7 Ultra Edition version 7.02.8637 on a DVD+R(RW Brand with speed up to 8X. It playsback well on Windows XP Pro but when played on Daytek DVD Player, pixels show up on video, and ultimately stalls.

Could the speed at which it was burned have something to do with this. Also I would like to know if a disk is read from the inside to outside, or does it read from the outside to the inside like a record would be played.

There seems to be a minute hairline scratch near the exterior edge of where it is burned. Could this be the problem. This has happened before and usually its a trial and error operation most times. Using the pc and playback with same DVD player for CD music does not have this problem.

Does quality of the DVD blank(Brand Name) affect the integrity of the recording here?

Soundslike a lot of questions, but it is quite exasperating having done the burning and designed cover and disc label and all.

Any help in this regard would be most appreciated.

Also this video was enhanced with Text using Nero Ultra also
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