This is probably a dumb question, but I’m curious. Are all “backup” programs created equal with regard to artifacting? I backed up a DVD and when I played the finished burn, you knda’notice a little bit of “pixelization” that sort of pulses every so often… almost like its cycling. Pause the picture and you can see strands of hair blowing in the wind.
Maybe I’m just being picky and of course I know that any given backup’s quality is determined by the original length and the size of the DVD you’re using. What I wanted to know was whether Brand X software uses better/worse rendering engines or routines than Brand Y. I hope I’ve explained myself correctly.