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Old Jul 02, 2002, 08:36 AM
ShaDeFaDe ShaDeFaDe is offline
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Unhappy "jumpy" DVD-video

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Hi, I'm pretty new to this and I've got a little problem. I ripped a DVD and it played just fine in Spruceup and everything. but after I burned it it played rather "jumpy" (not very smooth). The menu's was also pretty shitty. but the sound was great. I tested the dvd both on my standalone and on my two DVD-rom players.

What is the problem?

I have a pioneer DVR-A04 writer, and i use the method on dvd2dvdr.com
please help me, I live in Norway. the cheapest disks cost 8 $ here, i can't afford to wast very many.
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Old Jul 02, 2002, 12:09 PM
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Its the media that is not up to scratch
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Old Jul 02, 2002, 12:36 PM
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But the media is the Pioneer dvdr that comes with the drive. shouldn't this be ok ? or is this a bad media for video?
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Old Jul 03, 2002, 09:13 AM
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Did you put a stick on label on the DVD after you made it? Stick on labels should not be used they can cause playback problems. ~ Bill
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Old Jul 03, 2002, 10:27 AM
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Ive got the same problem, and Ive just bought 50 unbranded (manufactured by princo) DVD-R's with DVD cases from SVP. The movie I ripped plays fine on the PC but when I play it on PS2 it wont play the last 2 chapters and its a little jumpy throughout. What media is recomended for both movies and backups of PS2 games? Thanks for any replies
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Old Jul 03, 2002, 10:38 AM
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First off Ps'2 have got a crap laser. Datasafe Gen 3 are meant to be the best (cheap) disks for console, standalone DVD players e.t.c, i have seen this confirmed by a good number of people who are very happy with them. They cost about 1.79 in a DVD case from SVP, i got 20 of them in yesterday, burned an XBox backup last night it it plays 100% perfect.

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