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Thread: When I Burnt It To Dvd It

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    Like I said, when I sent to Cradle to the grave to DVD it played it upsidedown
    and my Girlfriend wont let me put the rotate the TV.

    What did I do wrong?

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    You said "like I said" so I'm guessing you already posted about this problem somewhere else. If you give a link to what you said before I might be able to help you, it is not an uncommon problem. Please include your dvd player, encoding method and programs, codec packs installed and the like in your response.

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    No this is the first time I've posted this, I make dvds all the time but this one just was backwards.

    I use Nero to burn em' and I got a Apex ad1100.

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    Nero is common to having that problem. Nero is really bad with encoding! Use TMPGEnc!

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    Originally posted by JaVnI@30 April 2003 - 15:48
    Nero is common to having that problem. Nero is really bad with encoding! Use TMPGEnc!
    There are some people that would disagree with you on that one. Sharedaddy comes to mind. You didn't really give many details IHATEFAKEFILES, but I can't find my guide on how to manually correct that in Nero at the moment anyway. I'll keep looking.

  6. Movies & TV   -   #6
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    just lay on your head when you watch that movie simple solution

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    sounds like a conflict with too many codecs
    confilicting codecs can make the picture upside-down
    ... so i'm told

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    whatcha need to know?

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    If it's an Xvid file then you need to use TMPGEnc

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