#1
I used Nero 7 Ultra and burned a dvd, I've used this program a lot of times. It plays in one of my dvd players but not in another one, anyone have an idea why? Something that I can change in the burn settings?
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#2
Well make sure you burn it in the right encoding/region (I forget the proper word) Like for here it's PAL, over there with you I think it's NTSC. Check that out.
#3
some dvds cant read certain formats, for example one of my dvd players can read DVD+ whilst the othe cannot
#4
If it's an older DVD player, it may not be compatible with DVD-Rs or whatever format you're using.
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#5
is the player able to read the file format?
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#6
Actually the one that plays it is about a year old and the one that can't I bought like 6 monhts ago. So maybe changing the encoding will read it?

Here's the thing, I had some VHS's converted to mpeg format and when I burnt them on the DVD and these are the one that won't play. I've burned other mpeg's on DVD's and they've played on all my dvd players....
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#7
why'd you go and burn your DVD? it's probably all melty and ****, duh.
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#8
Yer DVD player might not have a decoder.

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#10
Some players only play DVD+Rs, and some don't play either + or -.
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#11
So I guess there's no fix for it?
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#12
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So I guess there's no fix for it?


What kind of DVDs did you use? +R or -R?
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#13
why on earth would you light a DVD on fire? burn? get it?

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Well make sure you burn it in the right encoding/region (I forget the proper word) Like for here it's PAL, over there with you I think it's NTSC. Check that out.


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#14
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What kind of DVDs did you use? +R or -R?


-R. What's the difference anyways?

So does it need to be encoded to NTSC?
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#15
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-R. What's the difference anyways?

So does it need to be encoded to NTSC?


Yea, it needs to be encoded to NTSC. If you have an older DVD player, it's very likely that if it can play burned DVDs, it will play DVD-R and not +R.
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#16
Do the DVD's need to be -R or +R?
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#17
Quote by Bad Seed
Do the DVD's need to be -R or +R?


Since you said you have an older player, go with -Rs.
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#18
Thanks guys, got that straight, but now I have another problem.....

When I went to burn it, I got a message telling me that there's more PAL material then NTSC, so I declined to change it all the PAL, but when I went to burn it, it tells that the there's a transcoding failure and it can't burn. Anything on that?
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