I had a bunch of divx files that I encoded into mpeg2 streams for DVD.
Then, using a program I initially found called DVD Flick, I created the ISO image and the files in the VIDEO_TS folder, so that they were ready for burning to DVD.
I'm almost positive that it isn't a problem with the ISO file or the VIDEO_TS files, because when viewing both in VLC player there aren't any jumps or audio problems.
However, I did the following and encountered some problems.
Firstly, I tried writing the ISO file to a DVD-R (Sony brand). When I put in my DVD player, it recognised it as a DVD, which is all well and good. But when playing, occasionally the audio will fall out and go silent, and usually at the same time the video may freeze up a bit as well. I thought it may be a problem with my DVD player, so I tried the disc in my laptop, which wouldn't even read it properly (though this could unfortunately be a problem with my laptop, it was being temperamental with reading other data discs and burnt DVD's I tried prior to this situation). However, I do doubt it's a problem with my DVD, because everytime I rewind and try again, it happens in the same spot. And trying it with my PS2, which read the disc (albeit showing it in the wrong aspect ratio), the jumps were in the same spot. The discs are new, it's like it's a problem with the encoding process.
The exact same above thing happened when I tried building the VIDEO_TS folder to a disc.
It's worth pointing out that any drive errors in the logs at the end, could be connected to using my laptop, which doesn't have a disc tray but instead a feeding style one.
Attached are what I'm fairly confident are the relevant reports.
Oh yeah, and I'm running Vista SP2 (I think), 220.127.116.11 build 738 of DVD Flick, and 18.104.22.168 of ImgBurn.
If anyone knows why ImgBurn discs aren't reading properly in my laptop, as a side note, it'd be much appreciated (but not overly important). The main problem is the quality I seem to be getting on the discs. Cheers.
Edited by Jeboo, 26 November 2009 - 09:36 AM.