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Old 01-21-2005, 10:38 PM   #1
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I am backing up old AVI video and audio files onto DVD-Rs. So far I have burnt 4 dics that work fine, but twic now I have tried to burn a specific folder containing only AVI files onto a DVD, and at the end of the burn, ie the finalizing, a message comes up saying that the finalization (Whatever it's called) failed. When I play back the disc the videos are slightly slowed down and the audio is garbled and choppy. I noticed that the average FPS of the files is 24fps as opposed to my video camera's 30fps average. What have I done wrong here? Anyone encounter a similar problem? Does it have something to do with multisession recording? (running on XP pro with SP2).
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Old 01-22-2005, 12:26 AM   #2
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it might be a "dirty" lense or some dodgy Dvds cause that can happen u could try getting a lense cleaner or try another program and r any other folders just Avi
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Old 01-22-2005, 12:45 AM   #3
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Yes. All of my successful DVD's contain AVI files. I want to get a general idea of what the problem could be before I waste any more discs to this.
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well , what speed are you burning at cuz, toward the end it sounds like your getting a buffer underrun.

is your burn program up to date ? how bout the driver's
that support the burner ? are they up to date ?
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Old 01-22-2005, 12:55 AM   #5
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Yes. They should all be totally current. It should be noted that this affects all the files. (I've tested the first and last files and they all have the same problem).
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well im saying theres probably a curropt file in that folder and that effecting the whoole dvd when there packed together u could ran a scan with something to search for something thats not right in the folder im not sure with though sorry

u could try to lower the burn speed giving the buffer more time
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hmm...okay. I'll try anything at this point.
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it should work cause mine sometimes stuffedand i lowered the burn speed and it workd on some files that didnt work

u should try sending it to recycle bin and se if it lets u DONT actually delete it though
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Old 01-22-2005, 01:58 AM   #9
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The person who set up my system has some kind of default setting on the "Delete" option in my system. When I "delete" something, as opposed to sending it to the reycycle bin, it just deletes it, which is kind of risky. Don't know how to change it.
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why would he do that thats rediculous
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