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Old 08-16-2005, 06:03 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by RedWhine56
Burning at too high of a speed can cause freezing while playing (or cause problems with the DVD after it's played a time or two). On, they recommend to never burn faster than 4x and 2x is better.
This is a myth. You can burn as fast as the media is rated. Bad media does not burn well at the rated speed, nor at other speeds either most times. Not to mention, in the age of 8x and 16x burns, telling somebody to burn at 2x is wholly unreasonable. In fact, burning media too slow can often be as bad as burning it too fast!
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