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DVD/CD write problem?

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August 17, 2011 4:26:06 PM

Hi


I made a video, which is working good on pc and internet but when I writes it on dvd/cd then video is not running properly, I used different players and sometimes video runs improperly, and sometimes I can hear all sound but video stops at a point , sometimes video runs rapidly on some scenes, I wrote it on dvd with 2x and I wrote it on cd with 4x speed and cd is showing more problem then dvd
I can't give this cd in company as it looks like jerk in characters when cd runs it rapidly or stops at a point
My dvd writer is running other cds and dvds properly
so I wonder what to do? what's problem ?

my movie is quick time movie I think format shouldn't be issue, may be I should try on 1x speed(my dvd rw is 52x Lg)
video size is 130 mb


Please help me to get rid of this problem so I can forward my cds

thanks

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a b G Storage
August 18, 2011 7:25:52 PM

What matters is the bitrate you encoded it in. If the bitrate is too high then you would experience jerkiness.
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August 25, 2011 8:24:09 AM

PhilFrisbie said:
What matters is the bitrate you encoded it in. If the bitrate is too high then you would experience jerkiness.


Hi

when some writer (new) shows problem in writing/reading specific cds/dvds not all so its writer problem or cd/dvd quality problem?
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a b G Storage
August 25, 2011 11:22:44 PM

Let me put it another way. If your 130MB QuickTime file is only a few minutes long then the bitrate is too high for a CD or DVD disk.

Now, using a CD or DVD recordable disc will likely give you a higher transfer rate than a rewiteable dosc, and recording at a very slow speed, even 1x, might help.
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August 26, 2011 2:57:16 PM

PhilFrisbie said:
Let me put it another way. If your 130MB QuickTime file is only a few minutes long then the bitrate is too high for a CD or DVD disk.

Now, using a CD or DVD recordable disc will likely give you a higher transfer rate than a rewiteable dosc, and recording at a very slow speed, even 1x, might help.



Hi

yes its 2 min video
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a b G Storage
August 26, 2011 7:51:08 PM

What codec are you using? Perhaps you can reduce the bitrate by using a better codec and still have the same quality.
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