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cdonke
12th April 2007, 00:12
Hi...

It's the 3rd movie, at least, that i try to burn on pleomax medias that lock up on distinct positions... But always between 10 and 15 minutes...

This occured me on the white labeled media and on the silver/purple media...

tried burning the very same files on and memorex media and the movie plays just fine...

Is it burning conditions or the media sucks???

I run a LG H20N with Nero 6... The computer is not used while burning... what could that be???

Tks,
Donke...

jeffy
12th April 2007, 00:25
??? Media ???
http://www.videohelp.com/dvdmedia.php?dvdmediasearch=pleomax&dvdmediadvdridsearch=&type=11&size=All&dvdburnspeed=All&order=Name&hits=50&search=Search+or+List+Media

dialysis1
12th April 2007, 00:29
Posting a burn log file would help.

setarip_old
12th April 2007, 01:02
@cdonke

Hi!

1) Does the original DVD play properly?

2) What is the Title and Region of the DVD?

cdonke
12th April 2007, 01:45
Posting a burn log file would help.

i don't have a log... 'coz there's no error burning.... only playing...



@cdonke

Hi!
1) Does the original DVD play properly?
2) What is the Title and Region of the DVD?

the original is a home VHS that was captured to pc...

setarip_old
12th April 2007, 02:19
1) So, does the captured video play properly on your PC?

2) Does the converted-to-DVD play properly from your harddrive?

3) What software and procedures did you use to convert to DVD?

cdonke
12th April 2007, 02:47
1) So, does the captured video play properly on your PC?

2) Does the converted-to-DVD play properly from your harddrive?

3) What software and procedures did you use to convert to DVD?

1) Yes
2) The ISO, Yes... The burnt DVD, no...

3) - Captured with PowerVCR,
- demuxed with TMPEG Source Creator,
- Subtitled with Subtitle Workshop,
- Authored with DVD Maestro and, finally,
- burnt with Nero 6.3.0.3, using the slowest speed possible, running no other software while burning


Donke.

setarip_old
12th April 2007, 08:45
Your responses, coupled with your initial statements regarding "Pleomax" versus "Memorex" media would appear to have eliminated all possible reasons other than the apparent poor quality of the "Pleomax" media.

Stick to higher quality burnable media, such as Verbatim or Taiyo Yuden ("T-Y")...