Using dvd decrypter to rip backups of my movies for use with the kids, and the rips themselves are fine, when I play them from file. But when I compress/burn them with recode to a 4.5 gig dvd 5, I get "glitches in the picture… almost like the little dust spots or bad spots in a film movie you see in a theater. Is this a compression issue? Software issue? Tried updating software, was running nero 7.2, now 7.5.1, and problem still exists. Not all DVD`s do it, some much worse than others. Thoughts? Pointers? Thanks,
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Are these “glitches” visible if you play the compressed video on the PC or when you play the burned DVD on a standalone player?
It’s most likely a case of a bad burn caused by the wrong burn speed and , most likely , poor quality media. So what do you burn at and what is the media?
Its memorex 16x media, burning at 16x and being played in a pc and standalone player. Both react the same. I`ll drop it to 2.4x once and see what happens… Media is gold in color on top, and blue-purple on bottom.
Ok… 6x is the slowest my burner will go… got two different makes/models actually, an asus external DL and a Sony DL internal. Both do it, no matter what speed I burn… I did have the first one I burned at lower speed work what seemed perfectly, so I went to the next backup, and the imperfections are there still. Guess I will try some different media… Or maybe switch to DL disks, even though they hurt the pocket book quite a bit
Switch to some decent media like Verbatim. Memorex should be avoided as the quality is variable even within a pack or spindle.
I use mainly Verbatim 16x +R (made in Taiwan) burned at 12x in all my burners.