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Old 7 Apr 2007, 09:37 AM   #1
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Default What would cause divided VTS files?

Hello.

I followed all the great guides and did get a burned backup.

However, what would cause the VTS files (1,2,3,4) to play like with a break in between each one when they end (Black space on screen) and another begins instead of playing seemlessly?

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Sounds like a mastering error versus a burning error...was the source a DVD rip? Did you build an ISO with Imgburn?
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Sounds like a mastering error versus a burning error...was the source a DVD rip? Did you build an ISO with Imgburn?
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Yes ripped from DVD from DVD recorder to Shrink to ISO Build on Image Burn then burned from that ISO.
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Why not create an ISO with DVD Shrink instead of a VIDEO_TS folder before going to Imgburn?
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Why not create an ISO with DVD Shrink instead of a VIDEO_TS folder before going to Imgburn?
I was using it that way cause of Vista probs.
I forgot Shrink can create ISOs.

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I was just offering it as an alternative to see if another ISO source fixed the problem...could also just be a freak occurance.
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I was just offering it as an alternative to see if another ISO source fixed the problem...could also just be a freak occurance.

Thnx for that cause I totally forget about Shrink and ISOs.....Im so use to using it for other things.

Ya probably a freak thing which is why nowadays I backup using RWs first to see what happens so I dont ruin the R ones with a one time burn.

It seems a lot I have probs. with the RWs and multiple uses. Seem to freeze sometimes which is also why I chose to use the ISO to burn.

thnx again, locoeng for your suggestions
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You are very welcome...good luck and happy burning.
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