I recently made some backups of my laserdiscs to DVD, but soon after discovered that a few of the DVDs had large dark spots on them. Upon checking the forum I discovered that other people have had success both writing and playing such discs, but I think I want to make new copies just in case.
So, as long as the software (in this case DVDdecrypter) reads and writes the discs correctly, will the data (in this case video) stay intact during the transfer. Or, will the dark spots manifest themselves (jitters, stutters etc) on the actual film even though the burner and software didn’t report any problems?
Laserdisc is an analog format and just presents a white line or something else when the player cannot read the content, but seeing DVD as digital format, shouldn’t I get read errors during the copying process? I really don’t want to spend hours upon hours watching the LD-player again…