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Mysterious "ring" on burned DVD causes playback to freeze.

Close inspection of the surface of a burned DVD containing several .avi movies shows a thin ring which causes only the first movie to freeze sometimes during the first 30 minutes of playback. It has occurred on different DVD brand media and on various software such as Nero and Roxio. I find this happens on about 20% of the discs I burn. Is this a common problem with burning DVDs? Or is something wrong with my hardware?

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Is the image preponderantly encoded in PAL? Majority PAL and some NTSC? Or fully NTSC? Used transcoding presets? Transcoded project before you built to DVD? Note: Always run "TEST" before burning (to save plastic trees)? Determined whether system or project is faulty? Tested the DVD drive? Tried burning using another application? Closed all background-running resource hogs and applications? Did the project size increase the capacity size of the disk? Used a lower write speed? Disabled startup items and services? DMA: enabled? Updated Windows? Media compatibility? System requirements attained? Updated your application? Solved the issue(s); then write it down and share it with others. Still having issues? Revert back to the computer's factory settings and rebuild, upgrade, or invest in a high-end system and buy the full version of Nero 9, with all the plug-in features....and so forth. If time is money, the latter solution is your best bet. If money is an issue, then it requires trench warfare - that is, much research, deductive reasoning and time investment to isolate your specific problem...start by analyzing your source, and then your target...cause/effect relationship...you'll conquer all problems, eventually...political machinations aside. Ye all be happy computing Chomskyites. Dr. Frank Kohnstein.

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