Backup disc - in-game videos are choppy

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by renodion, Dec 23, 2008.

  1. renodion
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    renodion Newbie

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    I tried to load a couple of backups (Super Mario Galaxy & Warioland Shake It!) on my Wii via the Backup Launcher 0.3gamma, and they boot successfully, and the gameplay is smooth, but whenever there's a short movie that starts playing, the video is very choppy and if there's dialogue, the voices are choppy as well. I am using the Disk Utility in Mac OS Leopard to burn the ISOs. I've tried it at 8x and 4x (it's the only 2 options available for burn speed). Would it be the type of DVDs I use (I use Memorex DVD-Rs, single layer), or it's just because I should be using Nero in Windows to burn my ISOs?

    p.s. if it's just because I should use Nero, is there a free alternative to Nero?

    thanks!
     
  2. Sir-Fritz

    Sir-Fritz GBAtemp Maniac

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    The backup loader only runs the discs at 3x speed as opposed to the normal 6x.
     
  3. renodion
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    renodion Newbie

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    Is there a solution to this, or maybe another loader I can use which reads the discs at 6x?
     
  4. Edgedancer

    Edgedancer Director of Moon based operations

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    Currently, no Backup loader runs the games at 6x. If you want that type of speed, go with a modchip.
     
  5. renodion
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    renodion Newbie

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    sorry, I should've done my research better.. I just found the information about cinematics and disc speed reading on wiigator's blog... even though I go there nearly everyday to check for new updates, I never realised the problem I was experiencing was explained in front of my eyes. :S

    does anyone has an idea when a new version should be coming out?
     
  6. Edgedancer

    Edgedancer Director of Moon based operations

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    No idea. I know that he is probably working on something new but really, the news would first appear in wiigators blog.
     
  7. lexlth

    lexlth Advanced Member

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    I have the same problem, but I burn my discs at 2x. It should not happen... right ???
     
  8. bugaveli

    bugaveli Banned

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    burn speed does not matter!!! the loaders read discs at 3x speed not 6x, ITS CHOPPY if you dont want to mess with it use a USB Hard drive no choppyness. There is no other solution at this time! Backups only read at 3x! Burn speed does NOT matter
     
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