[QUOTE=RJL65;2004590]I am going to attempt a scan of a single-layer and a dual-layer pressed commercial video DVD, just to make sure that something is hindering the scans…
Just did so. Commercially pressed DVD Videos – whether single-layer or dual-layer – produced the very same error as your first two scan attempts above. This is due to the copy protection that’s on all major studio video DVDs.[/QUOTE]
For the First Time ive MANAGED to scan that very SaME problematic pressed dvd-rom through CD/DVD SPeed using the CSS KEYS in adition whit Anydvd go figure …
And Judging by that scan its NO WONDER why that disc doesnt play even PROPERLY let alone flawless!!!
And again, that awfull scan infact do reflect on how it reads and play in my stand alone dvdplayer too now
Why, ive burned DVD+R DL’s whit at least 3 times less PIF’s and PIE’s errors
check this: DL dvd-rom VS DL dvd+R (booktype -rom)