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LP to Standard

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by ado, Sep 16, 2004.

  1. ado

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    how can i convert a disc recorded in LP to Normal running speed on another disc ( i know ill lose half of the disc)
     
  2. hi-tech-geek

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    Why do you want to do that? There is no point.
    A 4hr quality disc re-recorded on to 4 x 1hr disc is still LP quality.
     
  3. Rasczak

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    There are several reasons for wanting to do this: compatibility being one of the most frequently noted reasons.

    What equipment do you have (DVD recorder, PC burner, software etc)?
     
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    From what i know, it should not matter what bit rate u record as. It would be still compatible? This is because i recorded from XP to EP and play the disc back on other players, it is just as fine. I also observed that pressed DVDs are also variable bit rate. I am jus stating from my experience, it maybe wrong?
     
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    Some older DVD players struggle reading low bitrates from DVDR media - the lower reflectivity of the disk is one of the causes - but most modern players don't suffer from this hence the reason you have never witnesses it Sweet.
     

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