Need testing assistance on Philips DVDR70

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  1. cjp_24

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    I need assistance from anyone in the UK who has a PAL PHILIPS DVDR70 recorder.

    I have a DVD that I need someone to test. I have created it using TMPGENC DVD Author, noticed that when I create from this program and played on my DVDR70, every 1-2 mins or so the sound stops and video pauses for a second. I need it testing on another DVDR70 to see if it works Ok so I can see if it is my DVDR70 or just a compatiability problem with this DVD Author program and my DVDR70. (works Ok on my other DVD players around the house).

    Many Thanks
    Cliff :lease:
     
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    Normally I would say it's the disk and not the player. But then it is a Philips DVD recorder....

    TMPG Enc Author normally produces highly compatible recordings - I'm yet to see a player spit them out based on content on the disk unless you haven't put an AUDIO_TS folder on the disk.
     
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    No, it put the VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS directories in. Its annoying. I dont want to have to use 2 DVD players for playback. :confused:
     
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    Did you record onto a DVD+R or a DVD-R? Whichever try the other type.
     
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    Wrote it onto a DVD+R, cannot do -R! sorry. any other suggestions?
     

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