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I created a DVD with 6 mpg2 videos. When I play them back off the DVD, the audio segments skip, stall, and hang up, making a very choppy and unsatisfactory playback experience. When I play the videos from their files on the computer, they play fine. I tried slowing the burn speed, and that didn't help. I'm using Taiyo Yuden DVD-R injet printable DVDs. I'm operating with Windows 7 Home Ed., on a HP AMD Phantom II system. I tried changing the videos to AVI and the video was terrible. I tried changing the videos to wmv hd, and that worked OK on one video. Is this the answer? Don't burn MPG2's, but WMV HD is OK?

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I created a DVD with 6 mpg2 videos. When I play them back off the DVD, the audio segments skip, stall, and hang up, making a very choppy and unsatisfactory playback experience. When I play the videos from their files on the computer, they play fine. I tried slowing the burn speed, and that didn't help. I'm using Taiyo Yuden DVD-R injet printable DVDs. I'm operating with Windows 7 Home Ed., on a HP AMD Phantom II system. I tried changing the videos to AVI and the video was terrible. I tried changing the videos to wmv hd, and that worked OK on one video. Is this the answer? Don't burn MPG2's, but WMV HD is OK?

 

You did not specify but I am assuming you are trying to burn a video DVD that can be played on a stand-alone DVD player. PLease tell us whether you are trying to create a data DVD or a video DVD.

 

Where did the mpg videos come from? If they are already in DVD compliant video then it is not necessary to convert them into another format because the video on the DVD is in mpg2 format.

 

A video DVD has to be "authorred" using either the program myDVD (Create DVDs) or the rogram Video Copy & Convert. Using any other program to burn the video files will just create a data DVD.

 

If you used myDVD, what quality setting did you use? If "Fit-to-Disc" and the total length of all videos is longer then 60 minutes then you used the worst choice possible. A standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minutes of video at the best quality (HQ) setting. If the total time is longer then the video has to be compressed and you lose quality.

 

PLease give us some information on how you burned the DVD, what setting, how long the video etc.

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