Discussion in 'DVD2One forum' started by dvdgirl, Sep 8, 2003.
I guess that's pretty self expanatory. please let Me know.
Your question makes no sense.
A DVD-R is read as DVD-5 (single sided-single layer)_X_X_X_X_X_[small]
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There is no available burner (to the general public) that will burn DVD-9 [single sided-dual layer]
Will it be read as DVD-video:The same as a store bought DVD? Or will it only work with DVD-R compatable Players?
It will be read as DVD-Video (if burned in the correct manner) but you will have to play in a DVD-R (+R) compatible player yes.
A lot of the new models out now or in the last year or two are compatible though.
You can check DVD Player compatibility here : http://www.dvdrhelp.com/dvdplayers
Hope this helps ; )
You need to enclose the files in a VIDEO_TS folder and burn as DVD ROM ISO/UDF to enable it to be read as DVD Video
k well i'm ready to burn my dvd and i have the video_ts folder with the files in the folder ready to burn... if i burn the the video_ts folder will it play the dvd or do i need to join those files together and make it an .iso file so that my computer can recognize the dvd-r and play it like regular dvd?
No, you dont need to use an ISO, burning as VIDEO_TS is perfectly fine.
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