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Final DVD is choppy on Blu Ray


Brad Steinfeldt
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I've burned several DVD's now, and all work great on my old DVD players, but some DVD's play choppy on my LG Blu-Ray player. It starts to play fine, but into the second or third chapter, it starts to skip. I can jump to the next chapter and it will run well for about 5-10 seconds and then starts skipping again.

I've noticed that those DVD's I've burned through "Plug and Burn" do fine. It's the video I've edited and then converted to DVD that seem to have the problem.

 

Could it be the speed at which I'm burning? Since "Plug and Burn" is burning at regular speed, is that the reason I'm getting a good burn?

Or could it be my player? It plays commercial DVD's just fine. Any ideas or direction would be helpful.

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The most likely answer is that your BD Player does not like the cheap media you are using…

 

The bar is set by Verbatim & Taiyo Yuden! All others are wannabe's :lol:

 

If your Burner is getting weak, they do wear out, then speed is possibly a contributing factor.

 

There is absolutely no difference between P&B and Capture and Burning separately, other than P&B is more likely to fail on you.

 

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The most likely answer is that your BD Player does not like the cheap media you are using…

 

The bar is set by Verbatim & Taiyo Yuden! All others are wannabe's :lol:

 

If your Burner is getting weak, they do wear out, then speed is possibly a contributing factor.

 

There is absolutely no difference between P&B and Capture and Burning separately, other than P&B is more likely to fail on you.

 

Jim,

Thanks for the quick response. Yes, after about 20 failed memorex discs, I learned my lesson about the cheap media. Since then, I've used only Verbatim. I still get the problem.

My burner is only a couple of months old.

Maybe it's just my player. If that were the case, I wouldn't care. It's just I'm making copies for friends and family, and I don't want to give them a choppy disc.

I'll burns some discs slowly and see if that makes a difference.

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Understand – if the disc plays OK anywhere, there is no "choppyness" on the disc…

 

From what you said, it seems to be confined to that one Player.

 

But try the reduced speed, could be a combo of weak burner and weak player and as we all know, '2 Weaks don't make a Write... :lol: (sorry, I had a stupid moment :) )

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