DVD Errors

Discussion in 'Computers' started by geoff dixon, Apr 18, 2003.

  1. geoff dixon

    geoff dixon Agent

    Sep 13, 2001
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    Can anyone answer this?
    I recently received a burner as a gift for my computer.I installed it and commenced to produce Cd/r wavefile recordings from Mp3 files.This enabled me to play these recordings in my Car.My Dvd Player a Panasonic RV32 will play Mp3 files direct, If I play these wavefile recordings on the DVD player I sometimes have the audio cut out on a couple of tracks here and there. The disc will play Ok in my other Cd player witout any problems and will also play ok on the computer, why is the DVD player presenting this error?
    I have checked the files for any corruption non evident.

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  2. Cees Alons

    Cees Alons Moderator

    Jul 31, 1997
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    Cees Alons
    There can be several possible causes. A very common one is this: your writer is set to write the tracks as precisely as possible and so is the player set to read them. However, because both exhibit deviations, those can sometimes work against each other and just make part of a track unreadable on that specific player.

    There may be good other answers, but I think you'll have more chance to receive them if I move this thread to a PC forum. Here it goes...


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