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  1. I 19:11:48 Source File Size: 5,300,094,976 bytes


    It wouldn't take much to compress that to fit onto a single layer disc. You'll save some money on media and won't be giving up much, if any, quality.


    This is where you decide which bit of the film should be the first bit after the layer jump (where the player may pause for a second as the laser moves from layer 1 to layer 2).


    You might get one option here or you could get several. If there's only one, it's obvious which one you need to select! If there's more than one, select the one with the best rating - look at the stars!



  2. You only need to choose the Root, which is 'Righteous Kill'...but if you are inclined the VIDEO_TS will do just fine as the AUDIO_TS should be empty.


    I 04:17:26 Destination Media Type: DVD-R (Disc ID: CMC MAG. AM3) (Speeds: 4x, 6x, 8x, 12x, 16x)


    Get some decent media too...we suggest Verbatim.


    I 04:17:26 Write Speed: 2.4x


    Choose a speed supported by your media/burner/firmware combo....8-12x would be a safe bet.


    I 04:32:27 Average Write Rate: 5,455 KB/s (3.9x) - Maximum Write Rate: 5,654 KB/s (4.1x)



    The burn was successful, but....


    E 05:26:13 Session 1, Track 1 is smaller on the disc than it is in the image file.


    The disc couldn't be read back correctly by your burner....see media choice.


    W 04:10:24 AnyDVD can interfere with ImgBurn's ability to verify accurately, please ensure it's disabled!


    You might also want to look at the warnings.

  3. Try DVD Flick to convert, well, just about any format to a DVD compliant file and then burn with Imgburn.


    If you already have an ISO simply open Imgburn in 'write' mode and browse to the file or drag it to the drop zone and burn it. Build mode will burn from VIDEO_TS files as well, so no need to convert to ISO first.

  4. W 19:41:39 Waiting for buffers to recover... (LBA: 77376)

    W 19:41:54 Waiting for hard disk activity to reach threshold level...


    You'll also want to avoid multitasking while you are burning as your HDD isn't able to keep up with the activity.

    I 19:40:11 Destination Device: [1:0:0] TSSTcorp CD/DVDW SH-S182D SB03 (D:) (ATA)


    Your firmware is also out of date, current version is SB07...available here ~ http://www.samsungodd.com/Eng/

  5. Hi,

    I am having the exact same problem all of the sudden! Same disc I always use as a matter of fact I only have a few left and this "power calibration area error" thing just started.


    SORRY! I'm not all that computer savy :blush: & when I did what you told the other person to do, I downloaded that SHW-16355

    thing when I opened it it said not found you have TS-H652D GA01 do you know where I can get the fix for that?? :wacko:

    Thanks so much


    Start your own thread and supply us with a log please.

  6. I use ConvertXtoDVD for my x.264 mkv files, but I'm sure DVD Flick which is free would do the trick as well....speaking of which I need to try it.


    Why are you creating an ISO, to mount, or just 'cause? You can burn the VIDEO_TS folder straight to disc if you wish.

  7. I'm afraid the build box won't allow you to pick and choose like the image queue as you've found out. LUK addressed the question in the thread you linked to and really the only solution is to select the multiple folders in Explorer and drop them in the build window or drop zone. You can then calculate and if you are over start removing until the project fits on your disc or if you have more room you can always add more.


    An explanation of command line usage can be found in the readme.txt...see attatchment.


    Anything more than that someone else will have to explain as I've yet to venture into command line hijinx. :thumbup:


  8. It looks like the laser is crapping out or can't write to the media at that point of the disc. Are all 10 that you found showing this flaw in the same spot on the disc?


    It would be nice to see a burn graph and/or a log of the burns if you can dig them up.


    Imgburn/Help/Imgburn logs

    Imgburn/Help/Imgburn Graph Data

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