Hey another Oregon girl... with the same problem... Yep, me too. He says, "Donner and blitzen..." and then it breaks up. If I use my computer with the faster processor the problem seems to go away somewhat though.
Post by bluemooner on Feb 15, 2006 19:39:36 GMT -5
I think I noticed something similar on mine too. I will have to watch again to make sure. What is the deal? Sometimes digital can be annoying. But, I guess VHS was too, at times. Ah yes, memories of my tapes being "eaten" by the VCR. Ugh, that was so frustrating.
I do not seem to have these problems... however on Blonde on Blonde I do have drop out in the first few frames of the credits. Not a big deal...but I will have to try it in my PC DVD player to see if it is my home DVD player doing to or if it is a def. disc flaw.
Post by bluemoongirl on Feb 16, 2006 21:17:12 GMT -5
From a technical aspect - I will interject here....
The technology of the dvd industry in changing dramatically all the time.
Not all dvd players will be able to play all dvds, and/or features on a dvd. Hence, the recent disclaimers on dvds. It is possible that your dvds are defective. But it is also possible that your machine itself is unable to handle the layering on this dvd set. It may be too old to handle the newer dvd versions on the market - a player only a couple of years may have issues. I would check the dvd's in a computer, or another dvd player, and if you're still having the problem, then I would contact Lionsgate. There is also a possibility of errors during the burning process. Hope this information is of help to anyone having issues.