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I recorded 4 hours of a TV show on a 4.7 DVD (and this might be part of the problem). When open any of the VOB files on the disc in video wave, I see 2 copies of the recording. I deleted one of them. Now, when I play the video, the video portion of the recording is in fast forward while the audio portion is at the correct speed. Can anyone tell me why this is happening? BTW, If I play the disc on a DVD player or on my computer, the video and audio are fine.

 

Thanks, Jim

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I recorded 4 hours of a TV show on a 4.7 DVD (and this might be part of the problem). When open any of the VOB files on the disc in video wave, I see 2 copies of the recording. I deleted one of them. Now, when I play the video, the video portion of the recording is in fast forward while the audio portion is at the correct speed. Can anyone tell me why this is happening? BTW, If I play the disc on a DVD player or on my computer, the video and audio are fine.

 

Thanks, Jim

 

A standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minutes of video at best quality. Any longer and the video has to be compressed and you lose quality.

 

I have no idea what trying to put 4 hours of video on a DVD will do to the quality but what your "recording process" is doing is not standard.

 

Can you post a list of all the files that were recorded on your DVD? How was that DVD created, ie what recorder , program did you use?

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A standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minutes of video at best quality. Any longer and the video has to be compressed and you lose quality.

 

I have no idea what trying to put 4 hours of video on a DVD will do to the quality but what your "recording process" is doing is not standard.

 

Can you post a list of all the files that were recorded on your DVD? How was that DVD created, ie what recorder , program did you use?

 

We've discussed this on an earlier thread on the EMC8 forum. My bad for trying to stuff 4 hrs on one disk although, surprisingly, the videos don't look bad at all. Maybe on a 70" flat screen but that's in my dreams. Thanks for the reply.

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