So this is my first post on this fabulous forum, and i have a couple simple questions, and one troubleshooting inquiry :iagree:
Firstly i'm fairly new new to burning dvd's (completely new actually:bigsmile:), and i was wondering what the brand of blank dvd is hands down the best and will provide the longest life for my dvd's. Also if there is any benefit to dual layer disks as opposed to single layer, other than the obvious larger run length it makes possible. I'm planning to buy a 100pk or maybe more at a time so i really want to not get burned by crappy discs.
Secondly , I was wondering about the general factors in the burning process of a dvd that effect quality the most, like write speed , features added onto the dvd etc. , nothing to particular here, just giving me some nice tips to get the best quality in a dvd movie would be nice.
Now for the troubleshooting.
I just got done burning my first dvd using DVD Flick and a blank maxell DVD-R , but something went terribly , horrribly , undeniably wrong :a
For some reason or another when i tested it on my dvd player, i came to find out the audio and video , were completely outta sync:sad: The video starts right away, and the picture quality is beautiful, but its completely silent for the first min or so of the movie, then when the audio finally kicks in, its all misplaced and doesn't comply with the scenes(i will be watching people talk, and it will be in a different place entirely on the audio track. If you could help me understand what might have caused this, and how it could (if at all possible be fixed) , that would make my night. I know you can't normally fix dvd-r once its already written, but if there is a program that might correct audio/video issues of this kind, i would be forever grateful. Oh yeah, the movie file was completely perfect when played on my computer, and before it was recorded onto the dvd, so it was def something in the burning process that fudged it up.