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I have an ASUS computer that is three years old running on Windows 7 Pro with a Nvida Gforce 550Ti graphics card. When I burn DVDs the video on the DVD displays shaky and wobbly. Please give suggestions how to fix the video problem.

 

How long in playing time is the video?

 

What setting in My DVD are you using to encode?

 

Are you burning direct to disc, folder set, or image file?

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Dear Cdanteek,

 

The videos I am trying to burn are about 120 minutes to 150 minutes long ( 2H. to 2H.30M), using double layer DVD to have capacity of 240 minutes, DVD+R 8.5GB?

 

What setting in My DVD I have tried hardware rendering but software rendering causes less trouble. I have used Standard DVD burning to burn at Long Play and Standard Play using the red burn button at the bottom right corner of MyDVD. I have not used the direct drop file to burn feature.

 

My computer specifications are: Computer: ASUS, Operating System: Windows 7 Professional64-bit, Memory: 8192MB RAM, DirectX Version: DirectX 11, Card name: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti, Hard drive:1430.7 GB., DVD/CD-ROM Drive is a LG Super Multi.

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In My DVD under 'File" choose High Quality (HQ). Then when you click the red burn button and the Burn Project screen appears, uncheck your DVD Burner and check Save Disc Image File or Create Folder Set.

 

In HQ you can put two hours on a Dual Layer DVD and one hour on a Single Layer DVD.

 

I have no trouble running a NVIDIA GTX 460 Ti in hardware rendering. Are you video drivers for you card up to date?

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