On some DVD's, say 50%, there is a almost unnoticeable "flicker" of pause in the video playback on my CA DVD89. It is only slight, seems to be random and can be from say 5 to 50 seconds apart. Most people don't seem to notice it unless it is pointed out to them.
Possible layer transition? Audio sync?? Monitor compatability??? Repair agent can't fault. Anyone else experienced this? Any help on a solution appreciated.
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What are the compatible types of DVD's that the Daewoo DVD5800 player is supposed to play? Is DVD-R among the compatible types? Try playing the new recordings on a computer that has a DVD drive, or a friend's computer.
If the disc is an RW disc with previously written data on it, you'll be asked to confirm whether or not it can be overwritten.after erasing pls use it and try it , if you are using fresh blanck Sony DVD-R disk, a Verbatim DVD-R disk and a Maxell DVD-RW disk (all 4.7GB single-sided). no proble but if there is maxell i cant say anything if ther is carry on this problem is not repairable bcoz One of the common problems with HDD recording systems is that they can sometimes (but not always) produce a slight pause at the end of a clip prior to the start of a new clip. just keep it up.
I would certainly take the unit back cause that noise could be the tracking or focus coils making that noise as they are being overdriver. This could cause the unit to fail prematurly. Its not an adjustment that you can do your self, it takes special equipment and disc
USB1.1 port can generally handle transfer speeds approaching 5.5Mbps between PC and DVD Camcorder.
Smooth playback of movies requires 5.5Mbps speeds or above. If the PC you are using has some compatibility issues
with the USB driver software, the USB port may drop to speeds below 5.5Mbps causing short pauses during video
It is recommended to copy the movie file from the DVD Camcorder to the hard disc drive (HDD) on your PC, then playback the movie from the hard drive.