The production department at the court reporting agency I work for has been having constant problems with the DVDs I've been giving them. I am a videographer who records footage from video camera straight onto DVD using a Sony DVR VC-20, DVD recorder.
When trying to duplicate my DVDs using Rimage Quick Disc 188.8.131.52 the drive keeps spitting the disc out and giving an error message. I think it says something like "image error message: 313"
This has been happening consistently with all my DVDs. They are playable on a DVD player, but will not "upload" using Quick Disc. My DVDs are absolutely free of dust and/or scratches/blemishes etc... Can you please tell me what might be happening, what this specific error message means, and if other people have reported similar problems.
I just purchased a new DVD recorder to "solve" the problem. Unfortunately I purchased another newer drive from Sony (the DVDirect MC3) and the exact same thing is happening. I'm starting to think it's something to do with Sony including some kind of "copyright protection" in there disc finalization process. Is this likely my problem. Is Sony not compatible with Rimage software?
Thank you very much for your help. It's much appreciated.
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I've had this problem with trying to record on CD-Rs also. DVD and CD recorders can be very fussy. You just have to get a piece of dust or a fingerprint on the CD or DVD that's being recorded onto and it gets kicked back as a check disc or blank disc..
Another problem is some recorders will only accept certain brands. I've had problems recording onto a SONY CD-R with a SONY recorder! So, in summing up, try a different brand or make sure the disc is clean. Sometimes just taking the disc out and putting it back in in a different position will make the recorder think it's an OK disc. Hope this helps.