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Spreading Dvd Data Onto Several Discs


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From your topic title, I would assume you're creating a Data DVD, but from what you put in the body, it sounds like you're creating a video DVD. If you're creating a video DVD, how much total video do you have time-wise? For best quality on a single layer DVD you don't want to try to put much more than one hour of video onto a disc.

 

You don't say how you're preparing your video, but if you're using VideoWave, what you need to do is actually create to separate movie projects, and split your movie into the proper length to fit onto multiple discs. As far as I know there's no way to have it automatically burn a movie across multiple discs. And what would you have the menus do?

 

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Have burned a large amount of data onto a "fit to disc" and towards the end of the playback it's juddering so I am assuming that there is too much data for one disc.

 

If you burn a lot of content using 'fit to disc' the output quality will deteriorate markedly and may be nearly unwatchable, but playback shouldn't 'judder'.

Juddering toward the outside of the disc [end of playback] is usually a sign that you're burning too fast for the particular blank disc you're using.

 

To minimize 'juddering' try cutting your burn speed down. Better quality discs can also help.

Also useful is initially 'burning' to an image or a folder set, and later burning that to disc. This separates the encoding and 'rendering' of your video from the actual burn process, so the system isn't trying to do both at once.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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Thanks will have try with your advice. Thought I had cracked it by burning via creator classic onto three discs but cannot play on any DVD player and when trying on PC goes onto files. Am using Dvd+rw is this right, I'm afraid I am still at the basic beginner stage with this Creator 2012. The length of the captured from camcorder video is about 62 minutes and when I first burned it to one disc everything seemed fine until the last 20 minutes and then it started. To stop/start. TA.

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Thanks will have try with your advice. Thought I had cracked it by burning via creator classic onto three discs but cannot play on any DVD player and when trying on PC goes onto files. Am using Dvd+rw is this right, I'm afraid I am still at the basic beginner stage with this Creator 2012. The length of the captured from camcorder video is about 62 minutes and when I first burned it to one disc everything seemed fine until the last 20 minutes and then it started. To stop/start. TA.

 

You cannot create a video DVD playable on DVD players using Creator Classic. All you would create is a data DVD.

 

To create a proper DVD you have to use myDVD.

 

In what format is the video that you are trying to burn? If it is only 62 minutes it should fit on one on DVD.

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Don't really know what's happened. Tried mydvd/Videowave burned the video back onto the original DVD which had a custom label on using HQ tab and everything has burned perfectly onto one DVD which I have played ok on DVD player. PC originally stated that the DVD was faulty scratched or fingerprinted but somehow it's perfect now. Thanks for all your advice. This learning curve is a bit like a circle, I keep ending up in the same place but I won't give up.

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Don't really know what's happened. Tried mydvd/Videowave burned the video back onto the original DVD which had a custom label on using HQ tab and everything has burned perfectly onto one DVD which I have played ok on DVD player. PC originally stated that the DVD was faulty scratched or fingerprinted but somehow it's perfect now. Thanks for all your advice. This learning curve is a bit like a circle, I keep ending up in the same place but I won't give up.

 

What does the highlighted section mean? Where did the custom label come from? Is it "glued" on the DVD?

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Yes it is glued, did separate on canon Pixma when I thought I had achieved a good DVD. Somehow I just tried it before using a new DVD. Not progressed to the Roxio labelling yet. Sat and watched the all the Reburning DVD and they is not a problem with it now. d you recommend that I use DVD-R or -RW in the future instead of the +RW. Thanks again for your help.

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Yes it is glued, did separate on canon Pixma when I thought I had achieved a good DVD. Somehow I just tried it before using a new DVD. Not progressed to the Roxio labelling yet. Sat and watched the all the Reburning DVD and they is not a problem with it now. d you recommend that I use DVD-R or -RW in the future instead of the +RW. Thanks again for your help.

 

Using "glued-on " labels is just asking for trouble - almost nobody recommends those.

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