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    Question-2 Jurassic Park I: Pixelated/Blurry image when playing back on DVD Player.

    Jurrassic Park seemed to shrink just fine with DVD Shrink. Burned w/ NERO 7...seemed to burn fine.

    When played back on stand alone player....picture is pixelated and blurry.

    Did NOT use any decryption software.

    Have most of the popular software, but shrink seemed to work well.

    Is there something else I need to do to get a quality picture? Please help.

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    Sounds like a disc problem...only use quality media from Verbatim, TY or Maxell (MIJ). Have a read of the GROB.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lodaii View Post
    Did NOT use any decryption software.
    If you used DVD Shrink, then you did.

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    How fast did you burn?
    She's going down to the devil, down down to 90 degrees.

    Rock on bro!!!!
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    To clarify...did not use any other decryption software besides dvd shrink.

    The original disk plays fine in player.

    burning at 8x on 8x dvd-r w/ brand new super multi burner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lodaii View Post
    To clarify...did not use any other decryption software besides dvd shrink.

    The original disk plays fine in player.

    burning at 8x on 8x dvd-r w/ brand new super multi burner.
    try 4x next time.
    She's going down to the devil, down down to 90 degrees.

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    what was the compression id dvd shrink? (%), quality settings?

    post a burn log.
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