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Re: DVD pauses in the middle of the movie
Who ever told you that well... doesnt know dvd players very much no mater what wene ever you watch a movie or anything there is no data transfer back to the cd it is a one way process unless you were burning the dvd which you would not be able to watch it at that time. as for the pausing thing take a soft cloth and clean the cd then get a can of compressed air and blow it into the slots to make sure that it is clean inside the machine. if that does not work then your problem is with the dvd. does it do it with other dvd's or just that one?
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Yup they can do that when changing chapters. It is more noticeable on some players then others. If it did not do it when new maybe cleaning the lens may help.Otherwise it is likely a integral I shall say deficiency for that model.
To pause the camera in the middle of filming, fully press the shutter at the top of the camera to the right, the recording will be paused. (i.e the shutter that you pressed while the camera is in recording mode, that enables recording while pressed fully. You press it, it will pause and when you press again, it starts recording). This is possible because the camera is already in recording mode.
i had the same problem with my jensen phas linear, i called the factory and they told me the lens is probably dirty and to try and clean it, well i did, actually cleaned it a couple times then put the movie in and it has worked fine all day today. make sure you get a good brand cleaning disc, not the 99 cent store kind, i bought mine for about $9 didn't even have to put any cleaning solution.
mY DAV-C770 has the exact same problem ...when watching a movie it will intermittently pause or freeze ...then continue. It will do this 20 or 30 times throughout a movie.
I asked a tech at Sony for help and he told me the laser reader is out of alignment.
The minimum amount to have the dvd player sent out and repaired is $200.00, and thats if it does not require any parts.
with a new laser reader it will be about $400.00. Almost the same price as a new dream system. Not worth fixing. I used to think really highly of Sony - until now.
I think the first problem started with a DRIVER problem. If you had corrected this at the onset then maybe you would not be experiencing this problem. I think what might be happening according to your information is the DVD is burining to your suggested encoding fadst then slow. Try starting again change the drivers rollback to the last one or find and updated driver. Then see if the problem is there. It might be stuffed the drive that is. Post some more info