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After Burning Dvd With Vhstodvd3 Plus I Get A Disc Error


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I am using VHS to DVD3 Plus and using the Record, Edit and Import button. After reading the VHS file I burn to a DVD.

I'm using JVC Taiyo Yuden discs. Files get burned to the disc that will play on my Computer, but not on my other 2

DVD players.

 

The disc message is

"Disc Error"

 

--Please eject the disc.__

Playback feature may not be avilable on this Disc.

 

 

Files on the disc

Roxioplasma:

Metadata.dat

plasmadata.dat

projectdata

Video_ts:

video_ts.bup

video_tx.ifo

vts_01_0.bup

vts_01_0.ifo

vts_01_1

vts_01_2

vts_01_3

vts_01_4

vts_01_5

vts_02.0.bup

vts_02.0.ifo

vts_02_1

 

 

Can someone tell me what I am doing wrong?

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How long (play time) is the total project you burned to the disc?

 

Projects that exceed 1 hour for a 4.7 GB disc cause trouble with many players.

 

...reading between the lines, most folks have never heard of JVC (Taiyo Yuden) discs yet you mention it in the beginning of your post <_< That indicates this is not your first day at the rodeo ;)

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I have done hundreds of dvd shows using Roxio MyDvd and a few movies using Adobe Premier. I've just started trying to get all my VHS movies

to DVD and have failed at the first attempt.

 

My movie is 1 1/2 hours long. There is an option to compress the movie so it fits on one disc. Are you saying I have no choice and

I should span it to 2 discs?

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That isn't that hard to test :huh: (and one way or another you have to test)

 

Grab a DVD RW and cut you project to 10 minutes long! Burn a test disc and Play...

 

Other choice would be to use DL discs which can hold roughly twice as much ~ 2 hours of play ;)

 

The first 100 or so discs I created in 2003 were done at HQ. This was before DL disc's were invented so they were done on "Double Sided" DVD's and some even took a 3rd disc to complete :lol: (LaserDisc's converted to DVD's)

 

I normally do all my DVD's at 9000 mbps and will not let it dip below 8000 mbps! Wife and I both can see the difference, so it is not allowed ;)

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So I tried burning a 10 minute segment. I still don't get any results. Are there some better programs for burning the DVDs once I get them off of the vhs tapes and save them as files?

 

What results did you get with the 10 minute test?

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So what I've discovered is that if I don't use the color enhancement, the movies record just fine. So that seems like a bug in

the software to me. But I'm new to this software and don't have all the ins and outs in place yet.

Please describe exactly what you are doing especially the part related to color enhancement.

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There is an enhancement button that you can select after recording the movie from VHS. It allows you to "Color Correction"

"Denoise" and "Stabilize". If I play with these buttons, then my movie won't record properly on the DVD. If I don't touch these

then it seems to record okay.

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There is an enhancement button that you can select after recording the movie from VHS. It allows you to "Color Correction"

"Denoise" and "Stabilize". If I play with these buttons, then my movie won't record properly on the DVD. If I don't touch these

then it seems to record okay.

 

Tell us what setting you used and it didn't record properly so we can test that.

 

Otherwise your software might not of installed correctly.

 

I would still like the info I requested in post #8?

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My anti-spyware blocked me going to that website. I can't even see where you can change the settings when burning a dvd.

 

I just burned a 15 minute DVD and checked all "Enhancements" and there is no problems.

 

Why are you even setting the "Enhancements"?

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