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djrizki 06-11-2005 11:48 AM

Another nero and KVCD: end of the movie it freezes
 
yes another those burning problem again

when i try to played it on my stand alone DVD player it only burns like 48 minutes of the movie and towards the end of the movie it frooze for 5 seconds and frooze again a few times

I played the original KVCD files on my pc and it played fine no frooze or nothing itry to play my burn cd in my pc also do the same thing as it did on my dvd player

Im using Nero version 6.3.03 burn as VCD turn off standard complianmce burned at 8X speed

is the problem relies on the Nero, my blank cd, the dvd player or my pc just fawk up ?

Is there any other program besides nero that i can burn the KVCD?

thanks guys

djrizki 06-11-2005 12:01 PM

frogot the info of my KVCD

(352x240/24fps), audio[0]: l2/44.1kHz/128kbps/stereo

and my dvd player is apex AD-2600

the cd media i used is Maxell CD-R

currently trying to burn it using VCDEasy v 2.1.1
never burned it with VCDEasy before so im kind of guessing around

Dialhot 06-11-2005 12:05 PM

Re: another nero and KVCD
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by djrizki
is the problem relies on the Nero, my blank cd, the dvd player or my pc just fawk up ?

Problem at the end of the burned disc is generally due to bad media, or CD burner that reaches the end of its life (lens misalign).
I have doubt Nero is in cause here but you can try to burn at a lower speed to see if it's better.

Quote:

Is there any other program besides nero that i can burn the KVCD?
Vcdeasy.

djrizki 06-11-2005 03:04 PM

[Creation of the XML VideoCD descriptor file]
Internally computed XML generated successfully
[00s 062ms (Creation of the XML VideoCD descriptor file)]

[Creation of the VideoCD as disc image]
VCDImager 0.7.12_6
changed volume label to 'VIDEOCD'
changed publisher id to 'VCDEASY_V211'
changed application id to 'CDI/CDI_VCD.APP;1'
scanning sequence #0, D:\eX-shares\[==MoViEs==]\[ex]Constantine.DVDRip-DoNE.kvcd.mpg
added sequence #00...
writing track 1 (ISO9660)...
writing track 2, MPEG1, FILM SIF (352x240/24fps), audio[0]: l2/44.1kHz/128kbps/stereo ...
VideoCD, 232977 sectors [51:46.27]
[02m 17s 047ms (Creation of the VideoCD as disc image)]

[Disc Info]
Initializing SPTI ... OK!
1,1,0: HP DVD Writer 300n Rev: 3.00
Using driver: Generic SCSI-3/MMC - Version 2.0 (options 0x0000)
That data below may not reflect the real status of the inserted medium. Reload the medium in this case.
CD-RW: NO
Total Capacity: 79:57:71 (359846 blocks, 702/807 MB)
CD-R medium: Prodisc Technology Inc.
Short Strategy Type, e.g. Phthalocyanine
Recording Speed: n/a
CD empty: YES
[03s 906ms (Disc Info)]

[CD Write]
Initializing SPTI ... OK!
1,1,0: HP DVD Writer 300n Rev: 3.00
Using driver: Generic SCSI-3/MMC - Version 2.0 (options 0x0000)
Starting write at speed 4...
Turning BURN-Proof on
Executing power calibration...
Power calibration successful.
Writing track 01 (mode MODE2_RAW/MODE2_RAW )...
Writing track 02 (mode MODE2_RAW/MODE2_RAW )...
Wrote 232977 blocks. Buffer fill min 99%/max 100%.
Please wait while finalizing the CD...
Flushing cache...
Writing finished successfully.
Deleting Bin/Cue CD Image files
Deleting XML file
[14m 32s 937ms (CD Write)]

[16m 54s 593ms (All tasks, and user interactions if any)]


log from VCDeasy
the ending result still the same the ending is frooze - paused for a few seconds resume then frooze again when i try to play it on my dvd player

could be my dvd player?
10 coasters so far beh

Dialhot 06-11-2005 03:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by djrizki
could be my dvd player?
10 coasters so far beh

Or your burner !
I told you that the chances are few that Nero was in cause. Stop doing coaster and do your tests on a RW :!:


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