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Burning DVD-R to DVD+R...please help

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by at4iowa, Jan 3, 2005.

  1. at4iowa

    at4iowa Member

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    I have a Panasonic DVD Recorded hooked up to my Tivo. The Panasonic burns onto DVD-R disks. I burned a program onto DVD-R and want to make multiple copies of it for my family.

    My computer, which I just bought, burn to DVD+R disks. I tried to copy the DVD-R disk to a DVD+R disk and my computer told me that the media didn't match. Is there a way I can get around this or is it not possible to burn a DVD-R to a DVD+R?
    Thanks.
     
  2. maven1975

    maven1975 Regular member

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    Why not just rip the contents of the DVD with something like DVD Decrypter and then you can just burn to disc with your favourite burning program.

     
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    Yes, simply use DVD-Decrypter to get all the contents of the DVD-R & then simply copy those contents, to the Video_TS folder & burn onto a DVD+R
     
  4. at4iowa

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    Thanks, I figured it out. It works great. I just opened up the DVD-R disk, copied the folder onto my desktop Then I put in a blank DVD+R and copied the folder into the blank disk as a data file. It worked great!
     

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