Neither may fix it because some players don't like recorded media.
1. Burn at a low speed like 2X.
2. Do not use DL media. Besides players that don't like recorded media, some dislike DL media even more.
My fix is to rip the content so it plays off USB sticks or drives.
Burning software rarely changes the results but since you asked I use ImgBurn from ninite.com and to make an ISO that I can play with VLC Player on my PC I use DVDFAB.
64-bit Win 7, TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-224DB
I am trying to make a copy of a music DVD to an Verbatim 8x DVD R DL blank. I use BurnAware to create the iso file (about 7.3gb) on my computer, and then burning with the Windows Disc Image Burner. The burn completes (with verification), but the resulting video and audio are broken-up. The video is highly pixelated. I have tried a couple different blanks, but with the same result. I have not yet tried at a lower speed. I'm wondering if I have some bad blanks.
Any suggestions. I would also like a recommendation as to a good DVD/CD cloning software.