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Today is not my day. I have been trying to get these DVDs to work for some time now, and they are just not cooperating. Here is my new dilemma: I have 2 1-hour long tv shows that I am trying to burn to a DVD. Usually, I would make the menu, select dual-layer dvd in idvd, create the image, mount in toast, make it fit to dvd, and it would work perfectly, with a small amount of image quality loss. Now, When I did this with this disk image, it looked terrible. The image quality itself was fine, but every couple of SECONDS there would be like a lag. Like if a person was walking across the room, he would stop for like a millisecond, then continue walking for another second, then stop again, then pick back up, etc. It is pretty horrible to watch. It has never happened to me before. Any ideas on how to fix that?

By the way, when I mount the image in finder, it plays like a DVD perfectly.
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I'm shooting in the dark here. Perhaps you recorded the DVD at a faster speed than your DVD player can handle.

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