Experiencing a really weird issue here.
Ripped blu ray to a DVD5 folder.
Crated an iso image out of the dvd folder.
I checked the dvd folder and resulting iso on the computer and they are in sync. However,
when I burn that iso, the resulting DVD is out of sync.
I'm on a mac, using disc utility, to an external dvd writer, to burn the DVD.
I've burned hundreds of iso's with this burner, different media and never had an issue.
I repeat the iso when I play it off the drive is in sync, but once it is burned it's out of sync by like a second.
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Are you playing the disk on the PC or a standalone player?
What program did you use to burn the disk?
Is this a data DVD, with non-DVD-compliant video files burned to disc? Or was it a properly authored, DVD-compliant disc? Iso tells us nothing about the structure of the media that was burned to the disc.
Hello, I have a question regarding iso images and burning them to dvd for playing on a standalone player.
Usually I extract the VIDEO_TS folder from the iso image and then I burn it with ImgBurn. But recently I noticed ImgBurn has an option "write image file to disc". Can I skip the extraction step with this option? Do you recommend it or is it safer to extract and the burn?
Thanks, you are awsome!
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Are you playing the disk on the PC or a standalone player? PLAYING ON MAC... The resulting iso was created on a PC.
What program did you use to burn the disk? DISC UTILITY
Turns out the solution was to burn the iso from a windows PC using img burn, not sure why that works to make it in sync but it did.
This is the first time, a sync issue has happened to me from an iso and it is a little scary that an iso created that is in sync on the hard drive can become out of sync when burned. If I was making discs for a client and it was out of sync that wouldn't be good.
I typically make an iso (check the iso once), and use that as my master to burn DVD's, so I don't have to check the disc each time.