Audio Skips During Playback

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#1

I’m using VSO ConvertXtoDVD 3 to turn *.AVI files and turn them into *.VOB files. I am then using CloneDVD2 to burn the files to DVD. When I play them back on my DVD player the audio skips (goes silent for a split second). About half the DVDs I do have this problem (It’s a problem with the Video, because I’ve tried doing the same DVD over and over and it still has the problem. But other DVDs don’t). It starts off skipping slightly so that you barely notice it. By the time you get half way through the movie the skipping is so bad you can not understand what is being said in the movie. If I pause the movie and then play again the skipping stops for a few minutes but then comes back. I’ve played these movies that skip on other DVD players and didn’t have a problem, but on my DVD player it has the problem. My DVD player is JVC DR-MV5. Is the problem with a setting with ConvertXtoDVD, CloneDVD2 or what? I’ve searched the internet for several hours and can’t find anything to help. Thanks for you help.


#2

[QUOTE=UMGuide;2074912]I’m using VSO ConvertXtoDVD 3 to turn *.AVI files and turn them into *.VOB files. I am then using CloneDVD2 to burn the files to DVD. When I play them back on my DVD player the audio skips (goes silent for a split second). About half the DVDs I do have this problem (It’s a problem with the Video, because I’ve tried doing the same DVD over and over and it still has the problem. But other DVDs don’t). It starts off skipping slightly so that you barely notice it. By the time you get half way through the movie the skipping is so bad you can not understand what is being said in the movie. If I pause the movie and then play again the skipping stops for a few minutes but then comes back. I’ve played these movies that skip on other DVD players and didn’t have a problem, but on my DVD player it has the problem. My DVD player is JVC DR-MV5. Is the problem with a setting with ConvertXtoDVD, CloneDVD2 or what? I’ve searched the internet for several hours and can’t find anything to help. Thanks for you help.[/QUOTE]

First off does the source file itself play properly in avi format? It sounds like a bad conversion was done on the file itself. What do you mean other DVD don’t??? When your converting avi files what are you referring to “But other DVDs dont”??? Make sure your file wherever it is place on the HDD that it is also defragged HDD to prevent problems.


#3

The source file plays fine. Also, the avi file plays fine. Also, the VOB file created by ConvertxToDVD plays fine. What I mean by other DVDs don’t is that certain movies have this problem, other movies don’t have the problem. About half the movies I do have the problem. But if I try to do another copy of the DVD it still has the problem.


#4

What blank media and burn speed are you using?


#5

I’m using DVD-R at 16x which is what my drive is rated for. Also, I’ve tried burning it on my external DVD copier and my internal DVD drive and both drives skip audio for the same movie.


#6

[QUOTE=UMGuide;2075033]I’m using DVD-R at 16x which is what my drive is rated for. Also, I’ve tried burning it on my external DVD copier and my internal DVD drive and both drives skip audio for the same movie.[/QUOTE]

What blank media [I]Brand[/I], i.e., memorex, sony, verbatin, tys, etc. Try burning only 1/2 of rated speed, e.g., if it is 16x, try 8x.


#7

[QUOTE=bilbo65;2075035]What blank media [I]Brand[/I], i.e., memorex, sony, verbatin, tys, etc. Try burning only 1/2 of rated speed, e.g., if it is 16x, try 8x.[/QUOTE]

That would’ve been my next guess the media is burning to fast or got bad media brand…and do slow down on your burns…fast burning equals faster coasters…


#8

what burners are you using and what firmware versions do they have? did you try burning the dvd with imgburn or something else?