I have a problem with the final burning process. I have a Pioneer 109 dual layer burner I have DVD Shrink and Decrypter software. I can burn without problems most times , But now and again whilst watching a burnt DVD I get an appearance of a previous scene from a previous burn I did. It first pixalates then a couple of seconds of vision it then carries on without any probs The burn folder for the encoding process is always deleted of any previous data but still I get the contamination occurring. I even delete the folder and introduce a new one I have reinstalled DVD Shrink and Decrypter to no avail I have checked for hidden files etc I have come to the conclusion that the Hard drive has bad sectors, I have defragged and error checked the drive Currently Iam using an extention drive to encode to but its early days no problem at present. I seek comments to this problem it appears to make the whizz kids scratch their heads
The recording of previous material has to be from your hard drive - not the type of disks used. You have cleared all previous files- how? Simple deletion may not be enough- Deleting anything on a hard drive does not remove it, it simply 'switches off' the location file- the data is still there until over written. Many programs cover for this - there was a time when a word processed document would present a few lines of text from something else - it was a disk and disk reading problem[floppy or hard] So. When you have made a recording, and cleared the folder- shut the machine down. Restart then run a cleaning program - CCleaner or Ashampoo - Then make your next recording.