DVD Burner Pixelation?

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by StatCat, Aug 20, 2004.

  1. StatCat

    StatCat Guest

    I bought a Go Video dvd+rw recorder unit (R6640) about a month ago and
    have noticed a problem with it. I hooked it up to my vcr and it seems to
    work alright, but I've noticed that the picture is semi-pixelated at
    even SP. This is really noticeable especially if the video is moving
    around. I've recorded some tapes in 1 hour High Quality mode but haven't
    noticed this problem when I recorded at that speed. It looks exactly
    like my tape which is what I'm aiming for. Any ideas what could be wrong
    here? I'm using TDK dvd+r discs by the way. SP I thought was a high
    quality picture mode but on this unit it seems like a big step down in
    terms of quality.

    Thanks for any help
     
    StatCat, Aug 20, 2004
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