can someone please explain to me how you get these CRC read errors?i did a set of movies,1 with menus and 1 without menus,3 films each and an extras disc,and the 2nd film had a bunch of CRC read errors but the other 2 films and the extras disc had none,every disc was burned the same using the same media and the same speed,but movie #2(the with and without menu version had the CRC read errors)why is this ?so i dont make this mistake any more,but the movie plays great in the dvd player to watch,could the errors come from the avi to dvd process or no?or from the authoring,which still seems to me it goes back to the avi to dvd(which i am using the latest TMPGEnc Plus)i am stumped i hope some of you experts here can help me figure this out,so in the mean time i am re-capturing movie #2,and doing it ALL over. thanks for your time darkjedi
In my experience (and granted I have very little compared to the experts on this forum) CRC errors are commonly introduced from bad media, be it old, damaged or just poor quality. "Give us all your money and a tank of gas. We're taking this bird to Cuba" ~Stimpy
yes but the same movie 1 with menus and 1 just the movie itself(2 seperate burns),thats why i was wondering if it had something to do with the encoding?that would be why i am getting the errors on both versions. thanks for the fast reply Davidian darkjedi
Let me ask you what program you're using to author the DVD image? I've found errors can be introduced during the authoring process if you use certain copy protections. "Give us all your money and a tank of gas. We're taking this bird to Cuba" ~Stimpy
the program i used for this set was DVDit PE but i have DVDlab Pro,and just got Adobe Encore,but dont know how to use them yet i also have TMPGEnc DVD Author,but dont know how to use this yet either. i guess what is really confusing to me is why only movie #2(2 different burns with 2 different setups,but same authoring proggie)thats why i am asking if it could have gotten messed up somehow during the encoding from TMPGEnc Plus? dark jedi
My old Sony DVD burner created CRC errors, so it very well may be your hardware. I'd start out by going to the manufacturer's site and downloading any firmware upgrades.
If it isn't a hardware issue...it's like Rik said, bad media or buring too fast.
Here's the method that I'd try to see if the CRC errors are caused by the authoring...Try doing an extra copy of each of the DVDs in question and if the CRC errors show up again on the one DVD and not the other its an authoring issue.
the brand i am using tr47 is the same as you ritek,and i am a version behind on my burner firmware update,i have a pioneer dvr-108,but what is strange, it is only movie #2 nothing else,well i have movie #2 captured already, and am putting the avi files together and extracting the wav file so i can process that,and then going to encode again with TMPGEnc plus overnight video only,i just dont get it never had this problem before and it kind of bothers me,so before i burn anymore i will update my drive,or hell maybe buy the dvr-109. the other brand dvdr's i have are memorex,and TDK and 2 3-pack verbatim dual layer dvd+r's are these any good? thanks everyone for the help on this darkjedi