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audio skip in dvd decrypter burnt ps2 game. Please help
audio skip in dvd decrypter burnt ps2 game. Please help –
I am running Windows XP and SP1. I am using DVD Decrypter 3.5.30 in ISO - Read mode to copy a PS2 game (Jak And Daxter: The Precursor Legacy) to the hard drive. This works with no problem. Then I use ISO - Write mode to burn this image to a Verbatim 4.7 GB dvd at 1x speed. My dvd writer is a Lite-On SOHW-1633S. The burn is successful, but when I use Swap Magic 3.6 plus, and load the newly burnt game, there are audio skips in the beginning logo sequence, and during the game, whenever there is any dialogue.
* Is there something I am doing wrong in the above process that is resulting in this audio skip problem?
* Would the speed at which the game is copied to the hard disk be a factor?
* When I select 1x as the burning speed in DVD Decrypter and start the burn, I see that in the information section, the write rate is 4.0x. Is this correct - isnt it supposed to be 1x?
* Is there better software that I should be using?
Please, any help would be most appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
it definitely sounds like you need to burn at 1x, however it seems your burner doesn't support it. Back when i got my first dvd burner, it was a NEC 2100 or something like that, just a 4x dvd+/-R burner. I got it just for ps2 games, but when i tried burning at 1x it would always do 4x, and nero wouldn't even show the 1x option.
long story short, i sent the burner back and spent the extra money on a pioneer burner. haven't had a failed burn yet.
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yeah what he said but also it may be a media issue. Use ritek or verbatim for best results. Don't use generic disks from Fry's or equivilant.
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I've found that burning at 1x causes more problems than 8x and higher for me. The media you have is good, are you using a DVD-R or DVD+R?