Gojira-Fan wrote:It's probably because it's a dual-layered DVD. As the name suggests, a dual layer DVD has an extra layer to store more information. This creates an effect on the movie your watching that causes it to seemingly "pause" for a brief moment.
Toho Music wrote:Could they be away, or is the company in trouble perhaps, I keep hearing that their Megalon DVD and CD continues to be delayed?
TokyoVigilante wrote:I've had weird glitches with DVDs that depended entirely on the means I was playing it in. I couldn't get the commentary track for Godzilla vs. The Thing to work on one DVD player unless I accessed it through the audio options on the remote, but would work fine in any other player I used.
Tohosaurus wrote:therealmccoy wrote:Pop it in your computer and see if it works any better. I've had that happen before.
therealmccoy wrote:Tohosaurus wrote:therealmccoy wrote:Pop it in your computer and see if it works any better. I've had that happen before.
I really couldn't think of a better way to explain it.
I don't know why; my PC is older than both of my players, and (mind you, I don't have many, if any discs with this issue anymore) it plays perfectly.
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