Why my movies freeze for a second sometimes?

Mar 17th, 2010 by dvdxplayer 1,481 views |Comments Off

As we know, some movies, especially those over two hours long or encoded at a high data rate, are spread across two layers on one side of the disc. When the player changes to the second layer, the video and audio may freeze for a moment as the laser refocuses and finds its place. The length of the pause depends on the player and on the layout of the disc. The disc producer usually tries to choose a point where the pause will be less noticeable. The pause is not a defect in the player or the disc.


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