justerin wrote:i have NO problem with DVD-R dvd's, but when i try to use DVD+R, the movie ALWAYS freezes. i am using the same brand dvd (maxell). what am i doing wrong?
whitehawkmante wrote:They are actually very simillar.
A write-once format that is compatible with many existing DVD Players, Recorders and DVD-ROM drives. Can only be used in DVD Recorders and Burners that support DVD-R recording or multi-format recording (drives that record "plus" or "dash"). Holds 4.7GB of data or video. Typically, it can hold 2 hours of MPEG-2 video on standard (SP) speed setting.
Another write-once recordable DVD format developed seperate from DVD-R. These discs are basically the same as DVD-R discs. They hold 4.7GB of data or video and are compatible with most DVD Players and DVD-ROM drives. They can only be used in DVD Recorders and Burners that support DVD+R or multi-format recorders.
stevejone wrote:That is the reason they becomes bad in sectors in very less time.
DVD+R cannot copy the descrambling codes found on DVD video discs, so commercial discs cannot easily be duplicated. I think that's the reason why you got issues here.
peleus wrote:DVD+R cannot copy the descrambling codes found on DVD video discs, so commercial discs cannot easily be duplicated. I think that's the reason why you got issues here.
jude1 wrote:Hi folks Hope i'm in the right place.
I use Verbatim blank dvd-r AZO have done for years I have good writer and pc I use a good burning software and use cx2dvd 5 for conversion, my problem when i have burned some discs they burn halfway with burning errors some burn successfully ok but have strange marks round the discs and when played on dvd players the film freezes or goes back to the beginning or does not play at all? please help i'm stuck on this.
media I burned to shows strange marks around the disc like it's burned and not burned that's when they don't play
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