Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by rmir, Mar 20, 2005.
I have had a small stop between the chapter when i recorded by toshiba. What is this?
An issue similar to this has been reported in some of the other threads for the XS32. The stops (or in reality pauses) have been seen between chapters after edits have been made in a recorded programme (for example ads are cut out). It just seems to be the way the XS32 does it. But to emphasise it is a slight pause that is noticed not a stop.
Yes, this has been discussed before. And it annoys the heck out of me (the pause, not the posting).
For years I made music video compilations on VHS and could edit them brilliantly / seamlessly (just by using the pause button).
Now, with my Tosh the pauses between tracks are a major distraction.
Still, I can't help but love the machine anyway.
Well, don't get so upset.
AFAIK this is common to all (or almost) DVD recorders when you high speed dub to DVD-R. With my pioneer recorder it is the same. I think panasonic also. Sony also ... and so on.
If you do a real time copy I think there will be no pauses between edited points.
Well, on Sony when you dubbing on real time speed pauses are still noticeable, but they are a little smaller. At high speed dubbing, they are much bigger than pauses made on Tosh. However, I don't know is it possibile to make dubbing on Tosh at the real time.
It seems this issue are common of all HDD/DVD units.
Yes, I have the same problem on my Panny. I have even tried combining the chapters, but the pauses are still there. I haven't tried "real time recording" so I'll give that a go. But it is annoying because I collect musicals, and have inserted chapters just before the songs start, and there are these annoying freeze frames everywhere. It seems a bit like commercially produced items when there is a layer change. I'll let you know real time results.
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