Until the day before yesterday I'd loved InCD for its simplicity. Then it suddenly turned a full DVD to garbage within a second...
Yes, I've read the pinned article in this forum and now I know that packet writing isn't safe. Anyway, perhaps someone can help:
I copied six .avi files to an UDF disc created with InCD v220.127.116.11. Shortly after finishing file #6 the media turned to bad and wasn't recognized anymore.
IsoBuster came to the rescue, I was able to find the files and copied them to the hard disk. But they seem to be broken:
GSpot doesn't recognize them as .avi files anymore.
On the other hand, AVImedic reports 99.87 to 100% "no junk".
Is there a way to turn these files into valid .avi again? Has anybody gone through this before?