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Dvd Pauses/freezes During Playback


Bruce W
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i have created a slide show and burned it to a DVD. When i play back my DVD on my Samsung DVD-VR357 player, the DVD pauses and then sometimes freezes. The pause is very predictable as it happens every minute of play time. Issue does not happen when i play the DVD on my computer. My file is around 2GB and has 403 photos with 9 audio files.

 

I am using sony DVD+RW discs. I also had the same issue with TDK DVD-R discs. I am burning using the highest quality setting at 4x. I have cleaned the disc, used multiple discs and have the same issue. I have also updated the firmware on my DVD drive and downloaded the PX engine as suggested on the roxio website. I am looking for some guidance on what to do.

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The fact that it does work in 2 different players indicates nothing wrong with the burn… There is no Special Effect for a bump :o

 

Your Player is struggling with the read and while Verbatim discs are known for quality it probably won't make any difference.

 

You can try a cleaning disc with the Player.

 

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Other people with Samsung players have reported trouble with audio drop out every minute or so (but not pausing). If you want to try it anyway, the remedy for the audio drop out was to change the audio setting in the MyDVD project settings from AC3 to LPCM.

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Other people with Samsung players have reported trouble with audio drop out every minute or so (but not pausing). If you want to try it anyway, the remedy for the audio drop out was to change the audio setting in the MyDVD project settings from AC3 to LPCM.

 

 

It is a good idea....i will give it a try...thanks :)

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