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  1. This is true but. I suppose I liked making the labels because I like to do that sort of thing. And yes I do a lot of stuff like that. Knitting, crocheting, painting, etc. Just an extension of my creativity. Making them attractive. Unnecessary? In this case, I must agree.
  2. I thought that because I posted earlier about this problem I was having making DVDR's I should re-post to tell everyone who gave me advice that I have solved the problem. It seems that the lovely labels that I was making and sticking on to the DVDR's after I recorded them was somehow putting them off balance when I tried to play them. Maybe the Memorex DVD's are more sensitive than the Verbatim brand because the Verbatim DVD's are OK with the labels so far. Now, here is what I did. I used GOO-GONE to get the labels off. It did not damage the DVD at all. If the DVD got gunk on the recorded
  3. In addition to being a classic movie fan I am also a Family Genealogist. I am related to Montgomery Clift through the marriage of my great Aunt Laura Blair. I have a lot of information on him. Here is a small bit that may answer your question. Having such extensive damage to his face and jaw must have caused some problem with speaking at least for a time after the accident. Don't you think? He had been to a party at Elizabeth Taylor's Beverly Hills home and had, according to the guests, only drunk a glass of wine. He left in his car, following McCarthy down the winding round, and cr
  4. Thank you for your response. I can see a few very light scratches on these DVD's. This may be the cause. I treat them so well, keeping them in individual Jewel Cases, I am surprised to see these scratches. I will re-record them at a later time. I am sorry to lose these as they are some of my favorites. I will have to move them to the top of my Next to Buy wish list.
  5. I have switched to Verbatim DVD'S. Maybe this will help. I have a Magnavox Recorder. Most of the DVD'S I have recorded are Great. I have even recorded some of my VCR movies that I bought with success. Only one out of 12 would not go onto DVD because of copywrite issues. I was very happy with this result.
  6. Yes, I found that the end to Goodbye Mr Chips that I recorded in Timer mode last Tuesday 1:00PM had the ending cut off. I thought I had timed it wrong. I use the international clock on the internet to set the timer on my DVD Recorder. I will keep it accurate by checking it more often.
  7. Thank you for your reply. I am using Memorex brand DVD's. Most are good, it is only those three so far. I would not be surprised if it was all of them or if they were bad the first time I viewed them after recording but they seemed fine the first time I viewed them just after recording. I must have done something wrong.
  8. I am new to this board and this is my first post. I am wondering if there is someone else out there who is having this problem with recording movies to DVD. On some, but not all, of my DVD recordings from TCM I get skipping and just plain stopping of the DVD on playback. This is happening after I have played back these movies before with perfect results. It is the same regardless of which of five DVD players I use. Skipping and/or stopping. I will try to get an answer from the manufacturer if you all are unable to answer my question. Right now I have three in a pile to "Do Over" The Bi
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