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Why will my burned dvd play on my computer but not on my dvd player?

It finally plays well on my desktop, but when I insert it into a dvd player, I get a disc error message. The original dvd plays well on the computer and dvd player, but the burned one wont. Please help.
So im not suppose to be using Dvd-r disc?

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8 Responses to “Why will my burned dvd play on my computer but not on my dvd player?”

  1. :D RAWR! said:

    your disc must be dvd+r and when you burn it you have to set it to dvd+r.

  2. Bob Bobbinz said:

    because you’re an illegal and you’re going to jail.

  3. historian said:

    Use either type of disk as long as your burner can handle it.

    In addition to the reply above about making sure your DVD was burned in DVD format, there are some older DVD players that just won’t work on a burned disk. They are happy only with original, pressed DVDs. Not much to do about that, but newer players should be happy with a burned disk.

  4. Saudi said:

    If you need a dvd burning program, then i recommend you try Cucusoft DVD/VCD/SVCD Creator Pro, it enables you to convert and burn any video file directly to VCD, DVD, SVCD, MPEG1 and MPEG2 format.
    Download here:
    http://www.macsoftreviews.com/cucusoft-dvd-creator-pro.html

    Following is the detailed guide if you want to learn more:
    http://www.macsoftreviews.com/how-to-copy-dvd-mac-and-burn-dvd-windows.html

    Hope this helps.

  5. David S said:

    Gotta check which burned media your set top player can read. Try both +r and -r, but some older machines simply have trouble with burned media.

  6. Chilli said:

    I know one which is easy to use and has good quality. That is Joboshare DVD Creator.
    Why not have a try?
    It is a professional dvd creator to convert popular video to dvd. It allows you to specify NTSC or PAL, adjust 4:3 or 16:9 video aspect and burn DVD movie disc, DVD folder or ISO files. Joboshare DVD Creator supports lots of DVD formats, including DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-5, and DVD-9.

    You can free trail it here:
    http://www.topmediasoft.com/download/j/j-dvd-creator-483120.exe

    I hope that can help you!

  7. lilibelle said:

    Hi you need to convert it to DVD format, use COnvertXtoDVD
    best and easiest on the market

  8. ccerwq said:

    DVD format is VOB. It contains two folders Video_TS and Audio_TS, you have to convert your video to DVD compatible video at first, otherwise regular DVD player can not read and play it. If you don’t know how to burn a playable DVD, I think this DVD Creator would help you a lot. I always use it to convert and burn movie to DVD to play on my home TV, it’s easy to use and works pretty well, if you are interested in it, here is a step by step guide about how to use it.




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