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Jerky playback


rmart0729

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Hello,

 

I made my first video and I set it to a song and all went well except the video and music jerk ont parts. At first I thought it was the fact that I burned my DVD from an ISO but I went back and burned it directly from MYDVD. The same thing happened in both videos and my slideshow. The DVD plays fine on my computer though. So, here is what I'm thinking.

 

I used a lot of transitions in a row and on my DVD player it is almost like it can't handle the transision, is it possible I used too many in such a short period of film? I used like 4 transisions in a row in a span of 15 seconds of film plus the music so the music and video jerks. The only other thing I can think of is my player. I have a Sony DVD/VCR combo. Like I said it plays back on my computer just fine. I can see that it jerks a little bit but it seems like that is quickly corrected by the computer, if that is even possible.

 

Can omeone let me know what I did or am doing wrong? Could it be the ISO?

 

Thanks,

Rich

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Hello,

 

I made my first video and I set it to a song and all went well except the video and music jerk ont parts. At first I thought it was the fact that I burned my DVD from an ISO but I went back and burned it directly from MYDVD. The same thing happened in both videos and my slideshow. The DVD plays fine on my computer though. So, here is what I'm thinking.

 

I used a lot of transitions in a row and on my DVD player it is almost like it can't handle the transision, is it possible I used too many in such a short period of film? I used like 4 transisions in a row in a span of 15 seconds of film plus the music so the music and video jerks. The only other thing I can think of is my player. I have a Sony DVD/VCR combo. Like I said it plays back on my computer just fine. I can see that it jerks a little bit but it seems like that is quickly corrected by the computer, if that is even possible.

 

Can omeone let me know what I did or am doing wrong? Could it be the ISO?

 

Thanks,

Rich

 

If the DVD plays fine on your computer then there is nothing wrong with the iso you used to create the DVD. The problem is more likely that the DVD player has a problem playing the brand of DVD you are using. You could try another brand perhaps the one recommended by your DVD player. You could also try to burn at a lower speed, that sometimes helps. Many of us always burn from iso file, it seems to give more reliable burns.

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