Best method for burning dvds?

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Aug 18, 2009
  1. raffo89
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    I've got some issues related to loading times on some games i burned.
    This is particularly relevant on games like Animal Crossing and Rune Factory Frontier.
    It seems that everytime i do change scene the loading time is about 15 seconds.
    It seems a very high time to me, since other original dvds have not this problem...

    For burning my dvds i use nero 8 and kodak printable dvds, i usually burn mine at 6x or 8x.

    Do you have this loading issues as well? Which software/dvd do you use for burning games?

    Thanks
     
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    use imgburn it's all you need. and ditch the kodak dvds. i use verbatim never have 1 problem with them
     
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    uhm... just for curiosity, how long does it takes to you to load in AC?
    And at which speed should i burn my dvds?
    Thanks!
     
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    i used to burn at 8x and i dont play AC. however if you want speed you should look into usb games load at usb 2.0 speed way faster than dvd and you can store all your games on 1 drive! i use nothing but usb now.
     
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    ImgBurn at 2x speed works perfectly for me

    if you see the disc come out of drive then go back in that's normal, however if your using a laptop that you have to push the disk drive inn yourself, it brings a error and asks to do it manually, just push the disk back in when it asks it you should be fine [​IMG]
     
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    understood, speaking of speed, which way is the fastest? usb or sd? (since neogamma can load both)
     
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    I have just tried playing with usb and it is wonderful!
    The loading time in AC seems to have dropped from 15 sec to 1,5 sec!
    Thank you very much!
     

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