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Old Jan 02, 2004, 08:06 AM
Joe Bateman Joe Bateman is offline
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Default pixellation/blockyness/ on dvd player

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hi, when i burn my own svcd and vcd, they sometimes come out blocky, like all the picture is squares, blocks etc. ive tryed burning at half my writer speed, 12x and with nothing else running or me being online. whats the problem? the dvd player, media used or what?

Old Jan 03, 2004, 03:05 AM
celtic_druid celtic_druid is offline
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Well I would say media/player. I mean a different player with the same media might work and the same player with different media may also work.

If it plays ok on your PC and is spec compliant then I would definatly try some different media. Might also want to try it at a mates place, assuming that they have a different model player to you.
Old Jan 03, 2004, 04:24 AM
Joe Bateman Joe Bateman is offline
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ive tryed burning at 8x and it seemed to be fine, that may have cracked it

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