Broken pixels HELP!

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    • #37420
      cris
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      After I make a movie on my camcorder I edit it, burn it and the reproduction quality it’s fine for let’s say around a year and after that I can see broken pixels and skipping why is that? ,I guess my question is WHAT IS TH BEST WAY TO PROTECT YOUR DIGITAL HOMEMADE MOVIES FOR EVER? I even save the dvd in a folder, not boxes to avoid scratchs…
      Thank you in advance for your advice!

    • #165891
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Could be the quality of the DVD disk that you used. You need to use quality brand DVDs, such as Verbatim.

      Another hint is to burn your DVD at a slower speed to reduce errors.

      Finally, it could be the DVD player unless it happens on several DVD players.

    • #165892
      Rob
      Participant

      Bit rate could be too high on the DVD too…

    • #165893
      cris
      Participant

      Thanks guys!

    • #165894
      jetson39
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      Hi, When burning to a disc lower the speed down a bit. I’ve had problems in the past with discs in the past.

      Maybe not exactly what your having but, it’ll help in the long run.

    • #165895
      shootamins
      Participant

      Use Pro-quality archival DVDs and a quality burner on a desktop. (Just because laptop burners like to jump a lot.)

    • #165896
      fmind
      Participant

      Burn at the slowest possible speed, and what everyone else said!!

      Best,

      Kfox

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