Hi there, I have searched a few forums with no luck,
I hope someone here can help me:
I have been getting a few dud burns lately; movie will freeze up / go choppy at any stage during playback, very frustrating when watching with friends.
Iâ€™m guessing itâ€™s down to my media: OPTODISCR004
When checking burnt discs with DVDinfoPro, when it finds an error (red block) it gets stuck for over an hour! Itâ€™s not frozen as its still recording errors in the little window; I had to stop it at:
662. Error â€“LBA. - It could have taken all day!
Is there anyway to speed up this process?
What other software will reliably check my burnt copy for possible playback errors?
How do you tell where the errors are in the disk, so that you can check them on your DVD player to see how bad they are? All it gives me is a sector number, e.g.: 175020h â€“ How do I find out what this is in minutes? Is there other software that can do this?
One more question that I might as well post here:
Sometimes when I make an ISO image with DVD Decrypter, my drive sounds like its spinning really fast, and then it will make an image in about 5 minutes!
Every other time (99%) it will take around 30 minutes.
How do I make it fast like this all the time?
Sorry for the long post.
Drive: Pioneer DVD-108 â€“ Latest Firmware