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Old 25 Mar 2017, 01:08 PM   #1
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Default DVD Shrink 3.2 Problem

My DVD Shrink (3.2) "backed-up" discs play perfectly on: my desk top, lap tops, external DVD writing machines. Even if they were burned on a different unit.

BUT they will not play properly on my old DVD player OR my new DVD player :

- They always freeze up at start.
- Then if I force it... they play out of order.
- Or skip to chapters/scenes way at the end.

This problem IS NOT occasional. It is universal.

Any help greatly appreciated
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Old 26 Mar 2017, 01:48 AM   #2
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Welcome Marklazar!

It's (almost certainly) not a problem related to DVD-Shrink. It seems that your burned DVDs are not really compatible with your DVD players, probably because the discs are cheap or not properly burned. Use ONLY Verbatim discs, and ONLY ImgBurn to burn them. That should work.

Good luck.
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