DVD9 Media Skipping?

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#1

So I have burned compressed DVD images before (DVD5)
I had bought some DVD9’s because they have better quality.
I have already burned a couple of DVD9’s and noticed that around the middle of the dvd it kind of stops for four seconds and then continues to read.
I wanted to know if this has to do with the second layer being read, or does the MDS or MD5 file have anything to do with it?
Is this normal when burinig DVD9 Media?
Help please… someboy… anybody… :,(


#2

What you are describing is a typical problem at the layer break. This is usually a problem with the type of media you are using, though the burning program can affect this as well. On dvd video the layer break has to be positioned correctly, at the beginning of a cell.

I recommend Verbatim brand DL media as the best choice. The only other type I might use would be Falcon DL, but it is not as widely available.

I also recommend burning with ImgBurn. It will position the layer break correctly.


#3

thanks


#4

[QUOTE=doughboy3;2524539]So I have burned compressed DVD images before (DVD5)
[B]I had bought some DVD9’s because they have better quality.[/B]
[/QUOTE]

Since when?

Just follow Kerrys advice.


#5

People just take BD-R and burn 3 -5 movies on it!

It works better and its cheaper than a DVD DL…